History Main / IdolSinger

2nd Jun '18 9:03:54 PM harostar
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* The Horse Girls of ''Anime/UmaMusume'' are champion athletes that double as Idols. One of the prizes for winning a race is getting to be the lead in a Winning Concert, performed to thank the fans for their support. Team Spica runs into trouble early on, when they win their races....and then realize they've neglected to practice for their concerts. (Naturally, the franchise organizes the actresses into idol units to crank out tie-in albums.)
22nd May '18 4:56:39 AM jormis29
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** '''1970s''': Tanya Tucker was easily the top female country singer for more than 30 years, and like Brenda Lee had a career that has lasted long into her adulthood; she was just 13 when she had her BreakthroughHit with "Delta Dawn." Also, due to her crossover success, Marie Osmond ... who to this day remains the youngest singer ever to have a No. 1 hit on the Billboard country charts ... she had just turned 14 when she hit No. 1 with "Paper Roses" in November 1973; like Tucker, her career has lasted into adulthood.

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** '''1970s''': Tanya Tucker Music/TanyaTucker was easily the top female country singer for more than 30 years, and like Brenda Lee had a career that has lasted long into her adulthood; she was just 13 when she had her BreakthroughHit with "Delta Dawn." Also, due to her crossover success, Marie Osmond ... who to this day remains the youngest singer ever to have a No. 1 hit on the Billboard country charts ... she had just turned 14 when she hit No. 1 with "Paper Roses" in November 1973; like Tucker, her career has lasted into adulthood.
22nd May '18 2:12:29 AM starjewel
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** Because of the popularity of the IdolSinger trope in anime, lots of voice actors have an overlap in the idol genre, especially actresses who started their career as an idol trainee before entering the voice acting industry. The growing interest in treating voice actors like idols also happened around the same time as the "Warring Era of Idols." Idols that have crossed over to voice acting include Creator/YuiOgura, Creator/KaoriIshihara, and [=StylipS=], all of whom used to train under [[Music/HelloProject Up-Front Works]]. Creator/AyaHirano was one of the earliest examples of a voice acting idol after she gained popularity for voicing [[LightNovel/TheMelancholyOfHaruhiSuzumiya Haruhi Suzumiya]] at the age of 18, except it was clear she didn't care about maintaining an idol image. In addition, Music/NanabunNoNijyuuni is a multimedia project of "real-life anime idols" created by Music/AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto, Aniplex, and Sony Records Japan, with newcomer voice actresses portraying an idol group in animation and in real-life.

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** Because of the popularity of the IdolSinger trope in anime, lots of voice actors have an overlap in the idol genre, especially actresses who started their career as an idol trainee before entering the voice acting industry. The growing interest in treating voice actors like idols also happened around the same time as the "Warring Era of Idols." Idols that have crossed over to voice acting include Creator/YuiOgura, Creator/KaoriIshihara, Sayaka Kitahara, and [=StylipS=], all of whom used to train under [[Music/HelloProject Up-Front Works]]. Creator/AyaHirano was one of the earliest examples of a voice acting idol after she gained popularity for voicing [[LightNovel/TheMelancholyOfHaruhiSuzumiya [[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya Haruhi Suzumiya]] at the age of 18, except it was clear went nowhere when it turned out she didn't care about maintaining an idol image. In addition, Music/NanabunNoNijyuuni is a multimedia project of "real-life anime idols" created by Music/AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto, Aniplex, and Sony Records Japan, with newcomer voice actresses portraying an idol group in animation and in real-life.
22nd May '18 2:09:44 AM starjewel
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** Because of the popularity of the IdolSinger trope in anime, lots of voice actors have an overlap in the idol genre, especially actresses who started their career as an idol trainee before entering the voice acting industry. The growing interest in treating voice actors like idols also happened around the same time as the "Warring Era of Idols." Idols that have crossed over to voice acting include Creator/YuiOgura, Creator/KaoriIshihara, and [=StylipS=], all of whom used to train under [[Music/HelloProject Up-Front Works]]. Creator/AyaHirano was one of the earliest examples of a voice acting idol after she gained popularity for voicing [[LightNovel/TheMelancholyOfHaruhiSuzumiya Haruhi Suzumiya]] at the age of 18, except it was clear she didn't care about maintaining an idol image. In addition, Music/NanabunNoNijyuuni is a multimedia project of "real-life anime idols" created by Music/AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto, Aniplex, and Sony Records Japan, with newcomer voice actresses portraying an idol group in animation and in real-life.



* Because of the popularity of the IdolSinger trope in anime, lots of voice actors have an overlap in the idol genre, especially actresses who started their career as an idol trainee before entering the voice acting industry. The growing interest in treating voice actors like idols also happened around the same time as the "Warring Era of Idols." Idols that have crossed over to voice acting include Creator/YuiOgura, Creator/KaoriIshihara, and [=StylipS=], all of whom used to train under Up-Front Works. In addition, Music/NanabunNoNijyuuni is a multimedia project of "real-life anime idols" created by Music/AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto, Aniplex, and Sony Records Japan, with newcomer voice actresses portraying an idol group in animation and in real-life.
22nd May '18 2:03:03 AM starjewel
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* Because of the popularity of the IdolSinger trope in anime, lots of voice actors have an overlap in the idol genre, especially actresses who started their career as an idol trainee before entering the voice acting industry. Idols that have crossed over to voice acting include Creator/YuiOgura, Creator/KaoriIshihara, and [=StylipS=], all of whom used to train under Up-Front Works. In addition, Music/NanabunNoNijyuuni is a multimedia project of "real-life anime idols" created by Music/AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto, Aniplex, and Sony Records Japan, with newcomer voice actresses portraying an idol group in animation and in real-life.

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* Because of the popularity of the IdolSinger trope in anime, lots of voice actors have an overlap in the idol genre, especially actresses who started their career as an idol trainee before entering the voice acting industry. The growing interest in treating voice actors like idols also happened around the same time as the "Warring Era of Idols." Idols that have crossed over to voice acting include Creator/YuiOgura, Creator/KaoriIshihara, and [=StylipS=], all of whom used to train under Up-Front Works. In addition, Music/NanabunNoNijyuuni is a multimedia project of "real-life anime idols" created by Music/AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto, Aniplex, and Sony Records Japan, with newcomer voice actresses portraying an idol group in animation and in real-life.
22nd May '18 2:00:56 AM starjewel
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* Idol singers that came in a group of attractive girls or commonly known as "Idol Group" become a cultural phenomenon in Japan since 70's with Pink Lady and Onyanko Club (that had 52 members at the time). In the 2000's, after the wake of popularity of Morning Musume of Music/HelloProject, many Idol groups successfully debuted thereafter such as Music/AKB48 (and its sisters Music/NMB48 and Music/HKT48), Music/MomoiroCloverZ, Music/TokyoGirlsStyle, Berryz Kobo, C-Ute, Music/Nogizaka46, Idolling!, SUPER GIRLS, Music/BabyMetal of Music/SakuraGakuin, Passpo, and Dempagumi.inc. They've gained vast popularity and even dominated the music charts, this phenomenon is dubbed as the "Warring Era of Idols" (''Idol Sengoku Jidai''), which also encompasses anime and video game idols - as of 2017, over half of all idol singer anime (shows ''about'' idol singers, not just ones that have one as a side character) were made in the last six years.

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* Idol singers that came in a group of attractive girls or commonly known as "Idol Group" become a cultural phenomenon in Japan since 70's with Pink Lady and Onyanko Club (that had 52 members at the time). In the 2000's, after the wake of popularity of Morning Musume of Music/HelloProject, many Idol groups successfully debuted thereafter such as Music/AKB48 (and its sisters Music/NMB48 Music/NMB48, Music/HKT48 and Music/HKT48), Music/SKE48), Music/MomoiroCloverZ, Music/TokyoGirlsStyle, Berryz Kobo, C-Ute, C-ute, Music/Nogizaka46, Music/Keyakizaka46, Idolling!, SUPER GIRLS, Music/BabyMetal of Music/SakuraGakuin, Passpo, and Dempagumi.inc. , and Rev. from [=DVL=]. They've gained vast popularity and even dominated the music charts, this phenomenon is dubbed as the "Warring Era of Idols" (''Idol Sengoku Jidai''), which also encompasses anime and video game idols - as of 2017, over half of all idol singer anime (shows ''about'' idol singers, not just ones that have one as a side character) were made in the last six years. years.
** The DistaffCounterpart to female Japanese idols would be any act hosted by Johnny's Entertainment. Johnny's Entertainment is well-known for producing popular male idol acts like Music/{{SMAP}} and Music/{{Arashi}}. They are so powerful and influential that it's rumored that the company personally eliminates any competition from other male idols by forcing big music programs not to invite them onto their shows to promote.
* Because of the popularity of the IdolSinger trope in anime, lots of voice actors have an overlap in the idol genre, especially actresses who started their career as an idol trainee before entering the voice acting industry. Idols that have crossed over to voice acting include Creator/YuiOgura, Creator/KaoriIshihara, and [=StylipS=], all of whom used to train under Up-Front Works. In addition, Music/NanabunNoNijyuuni is a multimedia project of "real-life anime idols" created by Music/AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto, Aniplex, and Sony Records Japan, with newcomer voice actresses portraying an idol group in animation and in real-life.



* Music/NanabunNoNijyuuni is a multimedia project of "real-life anime idols" created by Music/AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto, Aniplex, and Sony Records Japan, with newcomer voice actresses portraying an idol group in animation and in real-life.
22nd May '18 1:48:27 AM starjewel
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* Music/NanabunNoNijyuuni is a multimedia project of "real-life anime idols" created by Music/AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto, Aniplex, and Sony Records Japan, with newcomer voice actresses portraying an idol group in animation and in real-life.
11th May '18 12:23:38 PM kawaiineko333
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** ''VideoGame/Yakuza6 starts off where the previous game ended, with Haruka confessing about her relation to Kiryu and runs off after the show to find him. It turns out her confession comes back to bite her hard when everything she does is scrutinized in the public eye as mafia businss, ruining her reputation. One substory has Kiryu trying to find a picture of Haruka for a fan and he finds out that after her statement, all merchandise of her was pulled from shelves!
25th Apr '18 6:12:15 AM Malady
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* ''ToY''. Much of the story focuses on several tries to persuade the main character into a career as an idol. His biggest rival is one himself, with the whole series having a hostile outlook on the idol phenomenon.

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* ''ToY''.''Manga/ToY''. Much of the story focuses on several tries to persuade the main character into a career as an idol. His biggest rival is one himself, with the whole series having a hostile outlook on the idol phenomenon.
13th Apr '18 7:41:06 AM mimitchi33
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* ''WesternAnimation/SunnyDay'' focuses on 3 girls who run their own hair salon and are their own idol group, singing songs at least OncePerEpisode.
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