October 23, 2005

Interview with the Akihabara Queen

It seems my cries about horrendous weight loss were a wasted effort. Momoi looks as healthy as ever in her brand new interview feature on Excite's Anime Seiyuu Jouhou Portal.

The "Akihabara Queen" discusses her fears after the UNDER17 breakup, her struggle with confidence while she grew as a solo artist, her opinion on "moe", her current direction (We can all rest easy. Momoi will never stray from the denpa song), and her latest achievement, WONDERMOMOI. There are several hilariously cute and sappy moments where she has such passionate and idealistic answers you can just imagine her delivering her lines as some noble monologue with a raging ocean/rock backdrop.
Momoi holding a copy of her new CD
Here she is, cute as ever (I'll write off the cover pic as a case of makeup/lighting/airbrushing) in her signature CD holding pose. Seriously, she should just copyright this pose.
Sonic AdventureMail MeWonder Momoi

Read the full interview at Excite.co.jp

Posted by Paranda at October 23, 2005 11:37 PM


Couldn't find your email so I'll post it here. This is from ANS

10-23-05 (1:24AM EDT)---- Seiyuu Criticizes Anonymous BBS Postings
In a recent Kids Station interview, Japanese voice actress Haruko Momoi (UNDER17, Chika Minazuki in Ai Yori Aoshi, Mii in Popotan) recently spoken out against (http://power-ch.cun.jp/uploader/src/up1150.wmv) the anonymous internet BBS posting convetion which has taken hold in the country. She says the right to post lies about someone and hide behind an anonymous identity should not be permitted.

Source http://www.animenewsservice.com/

Posted by: manut at October 24, 2005 12:46 PM

Thanks for the link. That's pretty interesting. I'm going to try and confirm the translation and look for the whole interview now. I'll let you know when I find it.

For future reference, if you would like to email me, use paranda@paranda.net.

Posted by: Paranda at October 28, 2005 5:19 PM

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