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Hello! Project presents... "Solo Fes! 2" (Hello!Project presents…「ソロフェス!2」) is an one-episode television special that aired on August 16, 2021 through TV Asahi Channel 1 and SKY PerfecTV! On Demand. Like its predecessor, it feature solo performances by each of the members from Morning Musume '21, ANGERME, Juice=Juice, Tsubaki Factory, and BEYOOOOONDS. From June 4 to June 10, 2021, fans could request a member to sing their favorite song either on Twitter using the hashtag "#ハロプロソロフェス" or through the application form on TV Asahi's official website.[1]

On August 13, BS SKY PerfecTV! aired a special show before the broadcast of the main show featuring a lottery to decide the performances order and a special footage from the first Solo Fes. On September 12, TV Asahi Channel 1 aired a behind-the-scenes special of the show, including the MIP ceremony.

A Blu-ray of the show was available to pre-order for Hello! Project fanclub members and for M-line club official fanclub members from September 1 to September 28, 2021, and for the UP-FRONT WORKS Web Store advance pre-orders from September 15 to October 10, with delivery scheduled for late November 2021.[2][3] It will be released for general sale on December 15, 2021. The Blu-ray will also include a behind-the-scenes footage as bonus contents.

Setlist[]

  1. Ekizo na DISCO - Yamagishi Riko
  2. ROCK Erotic - Shimakura Rika
  3. HOW DO YOU LIKE JAPAN? ~Nihon wa Donna Kanji Dekka?~ - Kiyono Momohime
  4. Massara Blue Jeans - Kudo Yume
  5. Waracchaou yo BOYFRIEND - Uemura Akari
  6. Samui ne. (2020Ver.) - Kitagawa Rio
  7. Shinju - Oda Sakura
  8. Rock no Teigi - Takeuchi Akari
  9. Toei Oedo Sen no Roppongi Eki de Dakishimete - Yokoyama Reina
  10. Jinsei wa STEP! - Sasaki Rikako
  11. Suki na Senpai - Maeda Kokoro
  12. Fiesta! Fiesta! - Kishimoto Yumeno
  13. Dou Datte Ii no - Ishida Ayumi
  14. ♡Momoiro Kataomoi♡ - Onoda Saori
  15. Tade Kuu Mushi mo Like it! - Yamazaki Mei
  16. Boogie Train '03 - Makino Maria
  17. Akai Earphone - Nonaka Miki
  18. Mugen Climax - Ise Layla
  19. Kasa wo Sasu Senpai - Ichioka Reina
  20. Bishoujo Shinri - Kamikokuryo Moe
  21. Gag 100kaibun Aishite Kudasai - Okamura Minami
  22. Forest Time - Hashisako Rin
  23. Tsuugaku Vector☂ - Matsumoto Wakana
  24. Narcissus Kamatte-chan Kyousoukyoku Dai 5ban - Takase Kurumi
  25. Suki tte Itte yo - Fukumura Mizuki
  26. BE ALL RIGHT! - Kawana Rin
  27. Crazy Kanzen na Otona - Inoue Rei
  28. Yokaze no Message - Ono Mizuho
  29. Otome Pasta ni Kandou - Ikuta Erina
  30. Shining Butterfly - Eguchi Saya
  31. Natsu DOKI Lipstick - Yamazaki Yuhane
  32. Jealousy Jealousy - Satoyoshi Utano
  33. Oshare! - Matsunaga Riai
  34. Natsu Dakara! - Morito Chisaki
  35. Mystery Night! - Inaba Manaka
  36. Va-Va-Voom - Kasahara Momona
  37. Everyday Everywhere - Kanazawa Tomoko
  38. My Days for You - Tanimoto Ami
  39. Akai Freesia - Sato Masaki
  40. LOVE LIKE CRAZY - Kaga Kaede
  41. Konamaiki Girl - Okamura Homare
  42. Mou Ippo - Hirai Miyo
  43. Umbrella - Niinuma Kisora
  44. Independent Girl ~ Dokuritsu Joshi de Aru Tame ni - Dambara Ruru
  45. Manopiano - Kobayashi Honoka
  46. This is Unmei (Kobushi 2016 Ver.) - Tamenaga Shion
  47. Dakishimerarete Mitai - Haga Akane
  48. Nana Korobi Ya Oki - Akiyama Mao
  49. Ai・Ai・Gasa - Asakura Kiki
  50. Urayanjau - Kawamura Ayano
  51. Uraha=Lover - Nishida Shiori

Results[]

MVP[]

The participating Hello! Project members voted for the members (up to 3 members) who performed the best, being named the MVP. With 21 votes, Nonaka Miki won MVP. As her prize, she was given the chance to produce her own show that aired on TV Asahi Channel 1 on October 23, 2021 at 16:00 JST. The show is titled Miki Nonaka presents... Morning Musume '21 ~SONGS FOR YOU~.[4]

MIP[]

In addition, there was also a MIP (Most Impressive Performer) award, which was defined by TV Asahi subscribers votes and by the judges Makoto, Suzuki Airi, Yajima Maimi, Takahashi Ai, DJ KOO, and Shibata Aribobo. The subscribers votes were accepted through an application form in the special site of the show on TV Asahi's website from August 16 to August 23, and the voters could choose up to 3 different members.[5] The MIP ceremony was aired on September 12, in the behind-the-scenes special of the show. The selected members between the judges were given 1 point each, and the most voted members by the subscribers were given a different amount of points: 1st place gets 3 points, 2nd place gets 2 points, and 3rd place gets 1 point. With a total of 4 points, Tamenaga Shion won MIP. There were a total of 3,778 participants and 11,334 votes. As a prize, a billboard of Tamenaga congratulating her MIP win was placed in Takeshita, being there from September 14 until September 20.[6][7]

Public Vote
  • 1st Place: Tamenaga Shion (921 votes)
  • 2nd Place: Hirai Miyo (861 votes)
  • 3rd Place: Nonaka Miki (574 votes)
Judges Picks
  • Takahashi Ai
    • Eguchi Saya
    • Nonaka Miki
    • Takeuchi Akari
  • Yajima Maimi
    • Kawamura Ayano
    • Ishida Ayumi
    • Tamenaga Shion
  • Suzuki Airi
    • Sasaki Rikako
    • Ono Mizuho
    • Nishida Shiori
  • Makoto
    • Inaba Manaka
    • Kanazawa Tomoko
    • Tanimoto Ami
  • DJ KOO
    • Kitagawa Rio
    • Kaga Kaede
    • Kawamura Ayano
  • Shibata Aribobo
    • Kudo Yume
    • Nonaka Miki
    • Satoyoshi Utano

Cast[]

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