InterFM FIVE STARS Monday #029 (091019)

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

The show started off with Gaki-san announcing they she would be turning 21 (This show was pre-recorded). A hyped up turtle as usual teased Gaki-san for it and said "No way! 21 years old!? that really okay?" Gaki-san quickly moved on to the opening mail but was cut off shortly after. Eri then started going "Gaki-san, today is tatatantantantaan ~" Perfect reaction from Gaki-san and do listen to Eri's squeal when the cake was brought into the booth. Together with the staffs of FIVE STARS Monday, Eri got Gaki-san a cake for this small birthday surprise. Apparently there are strawberries, chocolates and edible flowers on the cake. Actually Eri had forgotten about the surprise she was supposed to give Gaki-san and the director had to remind her, "Kame-han, erm Kame-han, aren't you forgetting something?" With that, a birthday song to Gaki-san from our little turtle!

Kame : Happy Birthday to you
Kame : Happy Birthday to you
Kame : Happy Birthday to Sabu-chan* ~
Gaki : Thank you!
Kame : Happy Birthday to you

Gaki-san blew out the candles. Watching the celebration, Eri is looking forward to her birthday celebration too. She started saying that she likes shortcakes, chocolates and melons which was directed at the staffs.

*Gaki-san is the sabu-riida (Sub-leader) of Morning Musume.

Gaki :
Kame : Gaki-san, congratulations.
Gaki : Thank you.
Gaki :
Kame : Congratulations.
Gaki : Thank you.

Morning Musume - Kimagure Princess

Eri was singing freely and randomly before Gaki-san read out the first mail. Anyway, the listener of the first mail thought up of new nicknames for Eri which all meant "Turtle" but in different languages. One of it was Tortue which is French. To all Eri fans, does it ring any bell? Eri remembers her knight character in Ribbon no Kishi musical as Tortue. She was told that turtle in French is Tortue and that is how her character's name came from. Never did she think that the word "turtle" could be linked up with the musical.

As Gaki-san was reading out the second mail, Eri was balancing her pen in between her upper lips and nose. Of course, she was scolded by Gaki-san for doing that. Coming back, both Gaki-san and Eri will be very happy if they hear female fans screaming in concerts when they call out for them. Normally in concerts, the girls will call out for the young fans, female fans and the male fans. The fans will then respond to it by cheering Whenever Gaki-san hears shrill screams from the female fans, she'll feel motivated to give her everything for the concert. Do listen to Gaki-san's imitation of male fans' shouts.

Morning Musume - Bonkyu Bonkyu Bomb Girl

Gaki :
Kame : Un...Un...Un...
Gaki :
Kame : Un...Un...Un...

T-Pistonz - Tsunagari yo

Recently Eri has been using the phrase "nananananzoya" frequently (It's a gag of a commedian) and does it even when performing on the stage. Every time she makes eye contact with Gaki-san, she'll go "nanananananzoya!" It makes Gaki-san laugh.

Eri spoke a little too fast that she said Hanabatake Bokujou (Lit. Flower garden farm) as Hanadake Bokujou (Lit. Nose-only farm). Not long ago, Eri ate the apple flavoured soft caramel from Hanabatake Bokujou after being given and found it very tasty. It was so delicious that Eri went to buy herself some. The soft caramel melts really quickly so Eri recommends listeners to buy more at a go. With that, Eri gave Hanatabake Bokujou apple flavoured soft caramel five stars!

Kame : Nanana...!
GakiKame : Nanzoya!!
GakiKame : (lol)

Ai - Story

Promotions for Morning Musume's 41st single, "Kimagure Princess" and Morning Musume Concert Tour 2009 Fall ~Nine smile~

Eri prefers baked potatoes over steamed potatoes ~

The girls will be updating FIVE STARS Monday's blog weekly so do check it out!

GakiKame : Bahahai ~

Full songs were played for this week's episode so the talks were cut down greatly by 5 minutes leaving the girls with only 15 minutes of talk-time. Anyway....

A very happy birthday to Gaki-san!