History Heartwarming / TheIdolMaster

23rd Nov '16 12:07:47 AM creativelybored
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** Megumi Tokoro's Yukiyo Fujii, during the final MC on the 2nd day, kicked off the section with an energetic, "Everyone, did you have fun?!" And again, "DID YOU HAVE FUN!?!" And for the live viewing audience, "DID ~YOU~ HAVE FUN?!?!" - but started falling apart, squeezing in a "...I had so much fun." She was able to finish everything else she had to say, but it kicked off the waterworks for everyone else - Emily Stewart's Yuu Kahara was able to keep it together (she already cried in the middle of Hohoemi Biyori), but Arisa Matsuda's Rie Murakawa, ball of energy that she usually is, struggled getting her words out at first.

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** Megumi Tokoro's Yukiyo Fujii, during the final MC on the 2nd day, kicked off the section with an energetic, "Everyone, did you have fun?!" And again, "DID YOU HAVE FUN!?!" And for the live viewing audience, "DID ~YOU~ HAVE FUN?!?!" - but started falling apart, suddenly choked up, not before squeezing in a "...I had so much fun." She was able to finish everything else she had to say, but it kicked off the waterworks for everyone else - else. Emily Stewart's Yuu Kahara was able to keep it together (she already cried in the middle of Hohoemi Biyori), but Arisa Matsuda's Rie Murakawa, ball of energy that she usually is, struggled getting her words out at first.out.
23rd Nov '16 12:05:34 AM creativelybored
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** Megumi Tokoro's Yukiyo Fujii, during the final MC on the 2nd day, kicked off the section with an energetic, "Everyone, did you have fun?!" And again, "DID YOU HAVE FUN!?!" And for the live viewing audience, "DID ~YOU~ HAVE FUN?!?!" - but started falling apart, squeezing in a "I had so much fun" before having to pause. She pretty much kicked off the waterworks for the rest of the seiyuu.

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** Megumi Tokoro's Yukiyo Fujii, during the final MC on the 2nd day, kicked off the section with an energetic, "Everyone, did you have fun?!" And again, "DID YOU HAVE FUN!?!" And for the live viewing audience, "DID ~YOU~ HAVE FUN?!?!" - but started falling apart, squeezing in a "I "...I had so much fun" before having to pause. fun." She pretty much was able to finish everything else she had to say, but it kicked off the waterworks for everyone else - Emily Stewart's Yuu Kahara was able to keep it together (she already cried in the rest middle of the seiyuu. Hohoemi Biyori), but Arisa Matsuda's Rie Murakawa, ball of energy that she usually is, struggled getting her words out at first.
22nd Nov '16 11:55:52 PM creativelybored
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** Shizuka Mogami's Tadokoro Azusa, for example, because of health reasons, wasn't able to make it to the concerts until the second half of the second day. Some of the other girls, like Machico and Mocho, were worried for her, and in her part for the last MC, she thanked everyone for accepting her though she was late.

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** Shizuka Mogami's Tadokoro Azusa, for example, because of health reasons, wasn't able to make it to the concerts until the second half of the second day. Some of the other girls, like Machico and Mocho, were worried for her, and in were clearly very happy to see her part make it to the concert.
** Megumi Tokoro's Yukiyo Fujii, during the final MC on the 2nd day, kicked off the section with an energetic, "Everyone, did you have fun?!" And again, "DID YOU HAVE FUN!?!" And
for the last MC, she thanked everyone live viewing audience, "DID ~YOU~ HAVE FUN?!?!" - but started falling apart, squeezing in a "I had so much fun" before having to pause. She pretty much kicked off the waterworks for accepting her though she was late.the rest of the seiyuu.



** Yabuki Kana's Ibuki Kido. Though the ML girls already had their first live previously, this was their first live mixed in with the 765PRO ALLSTAR girls and Cinderella girls. She might've felt nervous or worried about how the fans, possibly more familiar with the other groups, may react to her. Alternatively, being the kind of kid who later on cried putting too much feeling into her second image song, "Omajinai", she identified strongly with "Original Goe ni Natte," the song she performed at the concert, which is about Kana knowing singing and dancing aren't her strong points, but loving doing both, and doing her best - something that Kidochan's mentioned about herself. As a result, she cried on stage, the audience being [[https://hpt.moe/2015/04/03/the-idolmster-million-live-2nd-live-enjoy-hrmony-seiyuu-profile-part-2/ "very warm and accepting of her during her appearance."]]

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** Yabuki Kana's Ibuki Kido. Though the ML girls already had their first live previously, this was their first live mixed in with the 765PRO ALLSTAR girls and Cinderella girls. She might've felt nervous or worried about how the fans, possibly more familiar with the other groups, may react to her. Alternatively, being the kind of kid who later on cried putting too much feeling into her second image song, "Omajinai", she identified strongly with "Original Goe ni Natte," the song she performed at the concert, which is about Kana knowing singing and dancing aren't her strong points, but loving doing both, and doing her best - something that Kidochan's mentioned about herself. As a result, she cried on stage, the audience being [[https://hpt.moe/2015/04/03/the-idolmster-million-live-2nd-live-enjoy-hrmony-seiyuu-profile-part-2/ "very very warm and accepting of her during her appearance."]]]]
11th Sep '16 10:40:54 AM PikaHikariKT
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** The other sideseries in the franchise were given a nod -- ''Anime/{{Puchimas}}'' was responsible for the safety guideline video before day 1, while ''Dearly Stars'' and ''[=SideM=]'' had select songs ("HELLO!" and "DRIVE A LIVE") played during day 2's break. The SideM nod in particular was received very well compared to Jupiter's reception in the past.

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** The other sideseries in the franchise were given a nod -- ''Anime/{{Puchimas}}'' ''Manga/PetitIdolmaster'' was responsible for the safety guideline video before day 1, while ''Dearly Stars'' and ''[=SideM=]'' had select songs ("HELLO!" and "DRIVE A LIVE") played during day 2's break. The SideM nod in particular was received very well compared to Jupiter's reception in the past.
11th Sep '16 10:39:36 AM PikaHikariKT
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** [[spoiler: Iori defending Haruka when Shiho goes too far in insulting Haruka's decision in waiting for Kana to rejoin them in training for the arena concert. And this was after earlier saying at the training camp that despite 750 Pro being friends, they were still rivals]].

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** [[spoiler: Iori defending Haruka when Shiho goes too far in insulting Haruka's decision in waiting for Kana to rejoin them in training for the arena concert. And this was after earlier saying at the training camp that despite 750 Pro being friends, they were still rivals]].rivals]].
* M@STERS OF IDOL WORLD 2015:
** During day 1, Creator/RieKugimiya was crying shortly into "Matane", but the supportive cheers of the crowd helped her to regain her composure and finish the song.
** The finale of day 2's medley? "Issho", sung by the 'traffic lights' of the three sections of the franchise (sans Akky, who couldn't be there). Everyone else joins in for the end of the song, right before which is a recitement of the speech at the end of episode 25 of the original series.
** The other sideseries in the franchise were given a nod -- ''Anime/{{Puchimas}}'' was responsible for the safety guideline video before day 1, while ''Dearly Stars'' and ''[=SideM=]'' had select songs ("HELLO!" and "DRIVE A LIVE") played during day 2's break. The SideM nod in particular was received very well compared to Jupiter's reception in the past.
** "My Song" in day 2 was performed by six of the original idols that had been with the franchise for all 10 years.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPmjtU5opJg "AI MUST GO" on day 2.]] A perfect cap to the 10th anniversary concert.
* Cinderella Girls 3rd Live: Power of Smile (day 2)
** Matsueri visibly tried not to tear up after rainbow glowsticks pop up before the bridge. She slightly changed the last lyric to reflect this -- "DAISUKI NANO!"
** After Rurukyan temporarily joined in for "DOKIDOKI Rhythm" the previous year, it was pretty inevitable that both Jougasaki sisters would be singing it during the medley. Afterwards, the two seiyuu share a big hug.
** "Tsubomi" was sung by most of Cinderella Project plus Rurukyan, possibly to reference the team trying to keep up their hope and optimism during their DarkestHour.
** Following that was Meshiya and Fuurin singing "Kokoro Moyou" as a duet, far more effective at referencing the scene it plays in than it would have been with all three members of New Gen.
1st May '16 10:37:59 PM XDiakos
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** Just go see for yourself, Chihaya overcoming the trauma that tormented her for years, with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNYDhZ66iy8&index=12&list=WL the help of her friends.]] [[labelnote:To wit]]After refusing Haruka after the umpteenth time, they send her an original lyric for her to sing. Gathering her courage, she returned to the concert just in time to sing, but then she realized that her voice still won't come out due to still not overcoming that past. Just before Ritsuko pulled the plug, the whole 765 Pro idols come in and sing the first part of the song, until Chihaya gathers enough courage to get over her past and her voice is restored[[/labelnote]]. There's a reason why people claim that ManlyTears were aplenty during that episode.

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** Just go see for yourself, Chihaya overcoming the trauma that tormented her for years, with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNYDhZ66iy8&index=12&list=WL com/watch?v=mNYDhZ66iy8 the help of her friends.]] [[labelnote:To wit]]After refusing Haruka after the umpteenth time, they send her an original lyric for her to sing. Gathering her courage, she returned to the concert just in time to sing, but then she realized that her voice still won't come out due to still not overcoming that past. Just before Ritsuko pulled the plug, the whole 765 Pro idols come in and sing the first part of the song, until Chihaya gathers enough courage to get over her past and her voice is restored[[/labelnote]]. There's a reason why people claim that ManlyTears were aplenty during that episode.
1st May '16 10:29:24 PM XDiakos
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** Just go see for yourself, Chihaya overcoming the trauma that tormented her for years, with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=si-Ck6E6c24 the help of her friends.]] [[labelnote:To wit]]After refusing Haruka after the umpteenth time, they send her an original lyric for her to sing. Gathering her courage, she returned to the concert just in time to sing, but then she realized that her voice still won't come out due to still not overcoming that past. Just before Ritsuko pulled the plug, the whole 765 Pro idols come in and sing the first part of the song, until Chihaya gathers enough courage to get over her past and her voice is restored[[/labelnote]]. There's a reason why people claim that ManlyTears were aplenty during that episode.

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** Just go see for yourself, Chihaya overcoming the trauma that tormented her for years, with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=si-Ck6E6c24 com/watch?v=mNYDhZ66iy8&index=12&list=WL the help of her friends.]] [[labelnote:To wit]]After refusing Haruka after the umpteenth time, they send her an original lyric for her to sing. Gathering her courage, she returned to the concert just in time to sing, but then she realized that her voice still won't come out due to still not overcoming that past. Just before Ritsuko pulled the plug, the whole 765 Pro idols come in and sing the first part of the song, until Chihaya gathers enough courage to get over her past and her voice is restored[[/labelnote]]. There's a reason why people claim that ManlyTears were aplenty during that episode.
13th Aug '15 10:00:36 PM creativelybored
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** Shizuka Mogami's Tadokoro Azusa, for example, because of health reasons, wasn't able to make it to the concerts until the second half of the second day. Some of the other girls, like Machico and Mocho, were worried for her, and in her part for the last MC, she thanked everyone for welcoming her so warmly.

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** Shizuka Mogami's Tadokoro Azusa, for example, because of health reasons, wasn't able to make it to the concerts until the second half of the second day. Some of the other girls, like Machico and Mocho, were worried for her, and in her part for the last MC, she thanked everyone for welcoming accepting her so warmly.though she was late.
3rd Aug '15 5:30:58 PM creativelybored
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** Just go see for yourself, Chihaya overcoming the trauma that tormented her for years, with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUJGqbS3WsU the help of her friends.]] [[labelnote:To wit]]After refusing Haruka after the umpteenth time, they send her an original lyric for her to sing. Gathering her courage, she returned to the concert just in time to sing, but then she realized that her voice still won't come out due to still not overcoming that past. Just before Ritsuko pulled the plug, the whole 765 Pro idols come in and sing the first part of the song, until Chihaya gathers enough courage to get over her past and her voice is restored[[/labelnote]]. There's a reason why people claim that ManlyTears were aplenty during that episode.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xcx_ulopz84 Watch the 9th Anniversary performance of Yakusoku]] - the closest a live performance had gotten to Episode 20 of the anime, [[UpToEleven and then some.]]

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** Just go see for yourself, Chihaya overcoming the trauma that tormented her for years, with [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUJGqbS3WsU com/watch?v=si-Ck6E6c24 the help of her friends.]] [[labelnote:To wit]]After refusing Haruka after the umpteenth time, they send her an original lyric for her to sing. Gathering her courage, she returned to the concert just in time to sing, but then she realized that her voice still won't come out due to still not overcoming that past. Just before Ritsuko pulled the plug, the whole 765 Pro idols come in and sing the first part of the song, until Chihaya gathers enough courage to get over her past and her voice is restored[[/labelnote]]. There's a reason why people claim that ManlyTears were aplenty during that episode.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xcx_ulopz84 Watch There's also the 9th Anniversary performance of Yakusoku]] - the closest a live performance had gotten to Episode 20 of the anime, [[UpToEleven and then some.]]
3rd Aug '15 5:30:08 PM creativelybored
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** Just go see for yourself, Chihaya overcoming the trauma that tormented her for years, with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUJGqbS3WsU the help of her friends.]]
[[labelnote:To wit]]After refusing Haruka after the umpteenth time, they send her an original lyric for her to sing. Gathering her courage, she returned to the concert just in time to sing, but then she realized that her voice still won't come out due to still not overcoming that past. Just before Ritsuko pulled the plug, the whole 765 Pro idols come in and sing the first part of the song, until Chihaya gathers enough courage to get over her past and her voice is restored[[/labelnote]]. There's a reason why people claim that ManlyTears were aplenty during that episode.

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** Just go see for yourself, Chihaya overcoming the trauma that tormented her for years, with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUJGqbS3WsU the help of her friends.]]
]] [[labelnote:To wit]]After refusing Haruka after the umpteenth time, they send her an original lyric for her to sing. Gathering her courage, she returned to the concert just in time to sing, but then she realized that her voice still won't come out due to still not overcoming that past. Just before Ritsuko pulled the plug, the whole 765 Pro idols come in and sing the first part of the song, until Chihaya gathers enough courage to get over her past and her voice is restored[[/labelnote]]. There's a reason why people claim that ManlyTears were aplenty during that episode.
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