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S★Spicy
Kanji

S☆スパイシー

Years Active

2009-2010 (Phase 1)
2011-2013 (Phase 2)
2013-2014 (Phase 3)
2014-Present (Phase 4)

Origin

Tokyo, Japan

Label

Stardust Records (Indie)

Website

S Spicy

Member

Yasuka Matsuo
Moe Kurita

Former Member

Aoi
Rena Mashita
Ayasa Hanagata

S★Spicy (S★スパイシー, abbreviated Esu Supa (エススパ)) is the name given to several generations of female idol groups (and in one situation, solo project).The groups are considered as the "big sister" units in Stardust Promotion Section 3.

Group NotesEdit

  • S Spicy is a themed group to represent the charm of "older woman". The current group is mainly active in Tokyo.[1]
  • S Spicy is not considered as a 3Bjunior or Section 3 Idol unit.[2] The group instead acted as their "big sister" and is placed under the general Section 3 music artist.[1]
  • They often collaborated with KAGAJO 4S and Minitia Bears.
  • The generations are known as "phases" - similar to KAGAJO☆4S terms.

HistoryEdit

July 2009 - December 2010 (S★Spicy)Edit

The group debuted August 4th at a special live called Starfest Extra Edition at Shibuya BOXX. The current lineup was Aoi, Reina Mashita, and Moe Kurita, and Ayasa Hanagata later joined. They were disbanded after their performance at GIRLs-RockPop Stadium on December 26th.
S Spicy Original

Original S Spicy

November 2011 - August 2013 (S★Spicy 1)Edit

On November 4th, S★Spicy was rebooted with Moe Kurita as a solo project and it was named S☆Spicy 1. On July 21st she held a release event at Yokohama's Cosmos World and had to achieve at least 1,000 sales by the end of the year. At an S Spicy 1 event, Takoyaki Rainbow made a guest appearance. On July 28th she made an appearance at Tokyo Idol Factory.

September 2013 - March 2014 (S★Spicy 2)Edit

Moe achieved her 1,000 sale goal on September 21st and a new member, Yasuka Matsuo, was announced. The group was then retitled to S★Spicy 2. On March 2nd, the duo held their first live at Bono Sagamiono and held their first crown performance at AKIBA Culture's Theater on March 29th.

April 2014 - Present (S★Spicy)Edit

On April 2nd, the group appeared on the JUMP! TV program, (the same one KAGAJO 4S appeared on regularly) and announced their name as S★Spicy. April 27th, they performed at Chigasaki South Beach and Shonan Festival 2014. On June 8th, they made an appearance at Otodama Koshien Qualifying Event 2014 Yokohama Bay Jungle. June 29th, AKIBA Culture's Theatre held a Live Gate Tokyo event where the duo held a crown performance.

MembersEdit

Name Kanji Date of Birth Notes
Moe Kurita 栗田萌 November 23, 1988 (1988-11-23) (age 28)
Yasuka Matsuo 松尾寧夏 August 26, 1991 (1991-08-26) (age 25) Former member of KAGAJO 4S

Former MembersEdit

Name Kanji Date of Birth Notes
Aoi February 15, 1989 (1989-02-15) (age 28)
Rena Mashita 真下玲奈 February 21, 1989 (1989-02-21) (age 28)
Ayasa Hanagata 花形綾沙 July 10, 1988 (1988-07-10) (age 28) Left Stardust in 2010

Discography Edit

S★Spicy (Original)Edit

S★Spicy 1 Edit

S★Spicy 2Edit

S★Spicy (2nd)Edit

Album Edit

  • Lantis Presents: Star☆Kore!

Filmography/TV AppearancesEdit

  • Bukatsu Ore Yuyake JUMP!

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 S Spicy Official Profile
  2. [www.stardust.co.jp/section3/idol.html Section 3 Idol Official Website]

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