YUKI has updated the release details on her new single “Watashi no Negaigoto” (I Wish) – the cover jackets and full track list has been revealed. The single is featured as the theme song for live-action movie “Himitsu no Akko-Chan” that hits theaters in Japan September 1st. “Watashi no Negaigoto” is YUKI’s 26th and is hits stores on August 29th. Updated details follow…
YUKI has announced her 26th single “Watashi no Negaigoto” (I Wish) that will be featured as the theme song for live-action movie “Himitsu no Akko-Chan”. Also revealed is a full trailer for the live-action movie featuring theme song “Watashi no Negai Goto”. The new single is offered in two editions and is set for release on August 29th. More details on the single and the trailer video follows…
The fifth poll to rank the face most desired as voted by other women was released by Oricon. On top is actress Ayase Haruka (26), second place to actress Kitagawa Keiko (25), and third place to actress Miyazaki Aoi (25).
Upon hearing of the ranking Ayase responded “I was chosen first?…this is amazing, thank you!” Ayase is currently in TBS drama “Antarctica” and will be in next summer’s comedy movie “Hotaru.” Asked how she maintains her beauty, “Moisturize your skin, then sleep well. Also be sure to eat well.” Check out the top 10 after the jump,
Artists will depend on their own popularity for fee. The more popular, the more they’ll get. Arashi is on top!
2010 – 2011
Arashi – 150 million yen ? 150 million yen
Oguri Shun – 25 million yen ? 25 million yen
Mizushima Hiro – 35 million yen ? price not available*
Mukai Osamu – 30 million yen ? 35 million yen
Fukuyama Masaharu – 50 milion yen ? 50 million yen
Ayase Haruka – 35 million yen ? 35 million yen
AKB48 – 30 million yen ? 30 million yen
Sawajiri Erika – 30 million yen ? price not available*
Ueto Aya – 30 million yen ? 30 million yen
Yamada Yuu – 8 million yen ? 8 million yen*
Mizushima Hiro has left his agency, Ken-on, to pursue a writing career.
Sawajiri Erika is not attached to any agency now and has disappeared.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is only for CMs, not including dramas and films. Imagine, 1 million yen is big!
Haruka Ayase, who is the face of skincare brand SK-II, attended a launch event this week for a forthcoming TV commercial. At the event she revealed that she uses SK-II products herself because they give her “supple, springy skin.”
When asked what she thought of the common Japanese belief that 25 is a turning point for a woman’s skin, she replied with a smile, “Yes, I think I’ve got some crow’s feet coming on but I urge other girls of my generation to join me in the quest for beautiful skin.”
Source – JapanToday
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