[Fan recording added] FIVE STARS Monday public recording (2009.12.23)

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

The public recording started off with Gaki-san and Eri first and they were later joined by a host. Yes, a host, even though its Gaki-san and Eri's radio show. The fan project on mixi for the fans to hold up orange light sticks was very successful. There was a huge crowd and a lot of fans complained about not being able to see the girls completely. Passer-bys made comments how cute and beautiful Gaki-san and Eri were, lol.

A "reindeer" brought out a cake, which is of course, for the birthday girl. The cake had lots of strawberries on it and all the fans sang a birthday song for Eri. The staffs bought the cake from "Something Rogue" bakery. A lot of fans went to the bakery after the public recording.

They recorded 2 weeks of radio show during the public recording. Not going to go into the contents of the shows since it will be aired in near future. Only going to write about the unrecorded portions. Before the recording, Eri told the audience that Gaki-san was very nervous and asked Gaki-san to "leave it to her." Gaki-san explained that she was nervous because Eri's free-will attitude will give her problems. After the first recording, the girls said that the audience was unexpectedly close to them.

Morning Musume's upcoming single, "Onna ga Medatte Naze Ikenai " was played for the very first time during the public recording. It is pretty similar to Kioku no Meiro and Resonant Blue. Gaki-san and Eri are leads for the second half of the song (Not confirmed, but it sounded like they are the leads). They stood up from their seats when they heard themselves singing, cute.

The duration of the public recording is approximately 1 hour 20 minutes.

Update 1: The recordings are for the first 2 weeks of FIVE STARS Monday in 2010.

Update 2: Fan recording for "Onna ga Medatte Naze Ikenai" can be downloaded here. You can hear Gaki-san and Eri at the second half of the song. The fans cheered because Gaki-san and Eri stood up to appeal to the fans during their lines.