This year’s test event was proof that Hello Project has many talented Kenshuusei. I wish that they can all debut! Unfortunately, there are only so many open positions available in the main Hello Project roster, so only a few girls can debut.
It has been a while since my last Kenshuusei ranking. I have a sneaking suspicion that a couple of Kenshuusei will debut this week with the Morning Musume ’19 15th generation announcement. I wanted to share my current Kenshuusei favourites before that happens. Check out the video below to see where current Hello Pro Kenshuusei… Continue Reading
As more members of Hello Project graduate, there is increased opportunity for the Hello Pro Kenshuusei to debut. There are many Kenshuusei that have trained for a long time and should debut. Unfortunately, some of my favourites like Inoue Hikaru, Horie Kizuki and Kanatsu Mizuki, have graduated from the program. Therefore, I am releasing a… Continue Reading
The recent testing event changed my Hello Pro Kenshuusei rankings a bit. Check out my new rankings in the video and list below! This list includes Hello Pro Kenshuusei Hokkaido members and excludes the girls who are set to debut (Ichioka Reina, Takase Kurumi & Kiyono Momohime). You can see a video digest of this… Continue Reading
The members of Hello Pro Kenshuusei change a lot, probably more so than the main Hello Project groups. This year, we already have seen the departure of Hashimoto Momoko, Goto Sayaka, and Kitagawa Ryo (I am so heartbroken). With the 2018 Hello Pro Kenshuusei test happening this week and two new groups announced, I suspect… Continue Reading
At the beginning of the past few years, I made wish lists of with events or happenings that I would like to see in Hello! Project.
Last year, there were a lot of ups and downs in Hello! Project. We lost some members, while we gained some more. A lot has happened while I was on hiatus, so I decided to comment on a few of these happenings below: