Japan is currently reeling from this morning’s news that J-pop sensation Jin Akanishi (formerly of KAT-TUN) is set to marry superstar actress/singer Meisa Kuroki (probably best known for playing Yuki Mori in the recent live-action film).
The pair had been spotting dating recently in assorted romantic spots, but wow, I guess things happened fast.
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Akanishi expressed interest in the entertainment industry and his mother thus sent in an application to Johnny's Entertainment on his behalf in 1998.
Though he technically failed his audition on November 8, 1998, he was told to stay when he tried to return his number plate to a man who happened to be Johnny Kitagawa himself.
In Japan, celebrities are widely expected to lead highly moral, chaste lives and project an image of "purity" to appeal to their fans.
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The kicker here is that Meisa (age 23) is two months pregnant. JAPAN has reported both pregnancy and marriage plans and it’s all right there in the Sports Nippon paper below: Sorry folks, they're off the market!
How having to change Pampers will impact her and Jin's (age 27) warp-speed careers remains to be seen. UPDATE: Japanese news is now reporting that the pair married on Feb.
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Presiding Judge Katsuya Hara of Tokyo District Court, however, did not find in favor of the agency and instead claimed that such contracts "significantly restricts the freedom to pursue happiness" and the ability to date the opposite sex falls under "the right to self-determination," which is equal to "living in a way one wants to." The woman signed the contract with the agency in 2012.