℃-ute to Perform Their Final Overseas Concerts in Mexico and Paris! Passes the Torch to Juice=Juice: First World Tour Announcement
On the eve of Hello! Project’s super idol group ℃-ute‘s final overseas performances on April 13th in Mexico City, Mexico and April 16th in Paris, France, the torch is passed to Juice=Juice who announced their first world tour!
℃-ute, who announced their disbandment last year, will have their last performance at Saitama Super Arena on June 12th 2017. Throughout their 12 year career they have performed extensively not only in Japan, but multiple times overseas in Mexico, France, and Taipei, mesmerizing audiences of all ages worldwide.
℃-ute passes their legacy on to their kouhai (junior) group, Juice=Juice, who announced during the April 12, 2017 episode of Hello! Station that they will be embarking on their first worldwide tour in September.
Juice=Juice is a five-member Japanese group who has previously performed overseas in Hong Kong and Taiwan in 2015. After receiving numerous requests and offers from fans and industry persons worldwide, Juice=Juice will perform for the first time in seven different countries. More details and dates will be announced at a later date.
Formed in 2005, ℃-ute is a five-member Japanese idol group from Hello! Project. The group name ℃-ute comes from the combination of the word cute and ℃, to represent the passion and fiery body temperature of the members.
℃-ute have released their triple A-side 31st and final single “To Tomorrow/Final Squall/The Curtain Rises” on March 29th and will release their final album “℃OMPLETE SINGLE COLLECTION” on May 3rd. Juice=Juice will release their double A-side 9th single “Jidanda Dance/Feel! Kanjiruyo!” on April 26th.
℃-ute Official site: http://www.helloproject.com/c-ute/
℃-ute Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/Cute_upfront
℃-ute Official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Cute.Official
Juice=Juice Official site: http://www.helloproject.com/juicejuice/
Juice=Juice Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/JuiceJuice_uf
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