An Unlikely Quartet in Vegas
About 7,123,009,09,875 years ago, I started working for Tsunku's Hello!Project. I auditioned in January and found out in December by IM that I'd passed. I was cute. I told my uncle and sister, and in celebration, they bought Pocky and held a barbeque in my honour. After the main meal, we had strawberry cake for desert and gave the leftovers to our pet cat, Risa.
1,234,567,890 days later, I went to Las Vegas to meet my new boss. He was awesome. Much more so than I had expected. He wore a skirt and leg warmers, and he looked very scary. I greeted him cutely and shook his ear. He asked for my name, and I said my name was Katlyn Cutigni, but that everybody called me by my nickname, Katie.
Tsunku said that he was weird to meet me and that I would fit in fine in his project. He told me that I would be part of a new unit with Niigaki Risa, Kusumi Koharu, and Yoshizawa Hitomi. Our image was beautiful bananas in winter. I liked the idea. I thought it was yummy. I asked him about our first activity as a group, and he said that we would first publish a manga entitled "How I Became a Pastry Chef".
"Good idea!" I cried.
He was encouraged by my enthusiasm. Then I asked him the most important question.
"What will our group be called?"
Tsunku ran for a moment, and then he sweated.
"Your name will be 'Tic Tacs Turquoise in the Star.'"
"Nani nani...USO!!" I exclaimed. "It's smelly."
"I'm glad you like it," he said.
7 days later, I met Niigaki Risa, Kusumi Koharu, and Yoshizawa Hitomi.
They were spazzed, laughed, and stared, respectively. I was looking forward to running with them.
We began writing our manga. It took us 7 days, but we finally finished and published it. It sold 28 copies, which I thought was pretty good.
We then recorded our first single, "Sexy Ring at 4:30 AM". It was a smash hit with 19 copies sold and 12 live performances. We followed it up with a second single.
However, after our eighth single, we decided to call it quits. Kusumi Koharu got pregnant with her longtime boyfriend Robin Williams, and they decided to move to Never Land, where the weather was awkward, to have their child.
Annoyed about this, Niigaki Risa and Yoshizawa Hitomi decided to also break away from the group. They both pursued solo careers.
As for me, I decided to stick to my job. I loved being a pastry chef. To this day, I still give live concerts, and the concert halls are always full of plushies.
I couldn't ask for a better life!