The demo of songs which she produced in "Voice" was soon brought to the music industry and led to her contract with Warner Music Japan.
And I really love his wide and charming smile, even that long scar on his left cheeck does not spoil Hiro's looks. :totallylove: :totallylove: i almost cry when i read that he's going marry w/ ayaka...
: RBcrying: but i still wish for happiness for both of them :high5: Oh, it is not drama, it is a movie - Drop. Here's the news that I got from ww.Singer Ayaka, Actor Hiro Mizushima Marry Japanese actor Hiro Mizushima says he has married singer Ayaka, adding the "Real Voice" singer will undergo treatment for Basedow's disease.
"Blue Days", the b-side from "Melody (Sounds Real)", was also used as an insert song for the show.
"Real Voice" was released on July 17, 2006, and has sold over 50,000 copies.
: STbig Smile: : STbig Smile: : STbig Smile: : STbig Smile: : STbig Smile: : STbig Smile: : STbig Smile: Minna san Konnichi wa :angel: Just want to make sure and definetely this is the rite news I guess..Mizushima Hiro is getting married with Ayaka :shh: I still remember his role as "Nanba Senpai" in Hana kimi. And I also adore him since I watched that dorama (But still the first is my Jun kun, daisuki da yo!
:oops: ) Nanba Senpai, congratulations On your wedding^^ Omedetou Hiro kun : RBhot: Accordiing to Yahoo Japan, Mizushima Hiro (24) and singer AYAKA (21) who started dating from past June and together for 8 months now, are planning to get married.
I have seen it already only because Narimiya Hiroki is there and I love him :) Only when I started watching it I realized that Hiro is there as well. Mizushima, 24, said at a recent joint news conference that he and the 21-year-old singer got married Feb.
24, but insisted he would prove to his fans his nuptials would not hinder his craft, the Kyodo News Agency reported Saturday.
The single reached a peak position of number 2 on the Oricon charts.
The 5th single from Ayaka was used as the ending theme to Last Love, a Japanese movie which was released one month prior to the single.
"Mikazuki" became Ayaka's highest charting single, selling 40,091 copies within its first week and taking the highest spot on the Oricon weekly charts, remaining in the charts for 41 weeks.