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DAIGO, Ai Kago and hyde at a goukon!?

DAIGO Ai Kago hyde

Josei Seven reports that singer DAIGO (31) and ex-Morning Musume., now Gravi Idol member, Ai Kago (21) were seen at a goukon together with other gravi idols at a dining restaurant.

They rented a VIP room with karaoke and ate. hyde (who DAIGO has much respect for) was also reported at the restaurant, but the two (DAIGO and hyde), were not in the same party and arrived separately.

It’s also reported that DAIGO has gone to this restaurant with other gravi idol goukons.

“The other gravi idols include Hitomi Aizawa (27) and Yuu Tejima (25), this time it’s Kagochan. The two (DAIGO and Ai) seemed to enjoy drinking together, but since Kagochan has very low tolerance for alcohol, she didn’t feel so good and went home. When she came out of the bathroom, she ran into hyde,” said a reporter.

hyde who was there with friends drinking, happened to get the room right next to DAIGO’s ‘goukon room’.

An insider said, “There seemed to be a lot of females, especially one’s from work.” They also said that hyde had caught wind of what was going on next door and ‘barged in’ on DAIGO’s parade. “They were singing their own songs, trying to out do one another; hyde wasn’t about to give up either, so he sang DAIGO’s song, and very good I might add.” This little ‘gorgeous recital’ lasted till early morning.

It looked like DAIGO and Kagochan had a good time drinking. It also seems that DAIGO set up this ‘meeting’ between Aizawa and Kagochan at the gouko – thus is the world of show business.

Even though at the end of it all, the point of goukon changed when hyde entered the picture; they all had a good time.

source: エンタメSCOOP

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VAMPS final tour end

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VAMPS finished off their 2009 tour in Hawai’i and on the USS Missouri in Pearl Harbor no less.  It’s almost historical seeing as how that is where the official surrender and agreement between Japan and the Allies of Tokyo Bay in September of 1945.  The show is also the first to be performed on the boat itself, but didn’t harbor any media attention from the U.S. media.

VAMPS performed 20 songs including their upcoming single, “Sweet Dreams“. Six hundred fans paid $150 to watch this extravegant event.

To all their fans, HYDE yelled, “Thank you Missouri!

source: sanspo

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