Thank you for your patience! The results of the Hello! Project Awards have been finally released! Did your favourites win? Head on over to the awards page to see if your favourite Hello! Project idols won their respective categories. There is a video at the top of the awards page showing you all the winners of each category. You can also click on the category links, which will lead you to the post where the winner will be featured.
ºC-ute is set to disband in on June 12, 2017. All five members will graduate from Hello! Project and go on their separate paths. However, we must not forget all that they have accomplished in the past fifteen years.
Much like my Berryz Series, I will be reminiscing about each member’s tenure in Hello! Project over the past fifteen years. I will also provide a brief commentary on how each member impacted my life over these past few years. First featured member is ºC-ute’s leader, Yajima Maimi!
I speak about Hello Project and AAA a lot. However, my JPOP favourites are not limited to them. I am also a big fan of LDH groups, including Dream, Happiness, Flower and the E-Girls unit.
I have not posted much about any of these groups. As an effort to change that, I decided to rank my favourite members of each group. I will start off with the senior group, Dream. Read the rest of this entry
In January, Chiaki announced that she would be graduating from AAA in March 2017. Last year, she got married to a non-celebrity and she is currently three months pregnant. She will graduate in order to prepare for her incoming little one and to spend time with her new family. Her last single with the group will be their 53rd single, “Magic”, which will be released in February. Their 10th album, “Way of Glory” will also be released next month. Read the rest of this entry
To be honest, this news has not fully sunk in for me as yet. I am still in disbelief. At the beginning of the year, the group uploaded a photo of the members dressed as cows. They announced that they will be on a “grazing period” (haha, so funny) and they will be stopping group activities. They will now focus on individual activities. Read the rest of this entry