In the case of die-hard fan idol fan AKBHunahpu, every CD allowed him a single vote in this year’s AKB48 General Election, and he was willing to spend a huge sum of cash in order to stuff the ballot box. AKBHunahpu cast his votes for NMB48’s Ririka.
Yuko Oshima from Team K took the title of most popular girl in pop juggernaut AKB48's latest election. A full listing can be seen on AKB48's Senbatsu Sosenkyo special site, which is also hosting election speeches until 17:30, June 8th (JST). Voting was.
The 5th general election to decide who should be the top member of megapopular all-girl idol group AKB48 and who will perform their next single will be held on June 8 at Nissan Stadium in Yokohama. The general election for AKB48 is the largest annual event.
Popular girl idol group AKB48 celebrated ... in January 2011, three months after its release. In 2012, Atsuko Maeda, the most prominent member for many years, left the group. Rino Sashihara became the new No. 1 in the general election in 2013, as the.
“With a general election not scheduled in the immediate future ... “What Abe is trying to do is change direction 180 degrees,” Takahata, 79, tells The Japan Times. “He is saying all sorts of gibberish but, in the end, I think it all comes down.
Meanwhile, Ohori was asked to predict on who would win AKB48's next senbatsu general election, which she replied in favour of former fellow members in Team K. "They sent me messages during SDN48's graduation. Personally, (Oshima) Yuko. She's a persistent girl.
The AKB48 Senbatsu Election determines which member of AKB48 and its associated groups sings the next single (in this case, AKB48's 45th). The election first selects 80 members from a general pool of 272 candidates. The group with the most members in this.
According to the Daily Yomiuri, AKB48 sell more than 1 million CDs whenever they release a new song and over 1.16 million fans voted in a recent "general election" to determine which member was the most popular.
AKB48's 41st senbatsu sōsenkyo election ... You’d be forgiven (by me at least) for thinking that the winner of the AKB48 single general election would be from AKB48. She used to be actually (more of that later on), but now she’s in team H from.
In principle, we are happy to have the people participate to the election," said Junji Yuasa, Chairman of the AKB48 General Election committee. "We just can say to the fans that you would not have to go too far." AKB48, which stands for their hometown of.