What does "there is a bit of someone" mean? It's very hard to understand this sentence.
"Bit of me" is the British equivalent of saying "part of me" . It is a way of saying, that emotionally or mentally, part of you wants or is thinking something. In this case, he is saying that the weird part of his mind was imagining Stephen Hawking doing the dance. Ex: There's a bit of me that's still very upset. Ex: I think a bit of you still loves him.
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