(Editted @ 26/02/2006 11PM)
Found Takki's feminine image photoshoots from Yahoo Auctions. The photo was published in the newspapers!
Is that really HIDEAKI TAKIZAWA?!
Credits: Yahoo Auctions
Takki's role as a woman will be revealed to the public very soon! A photo of Takki dressed as a traditional Japanese dancer was revealed to the entertainment news today. Takki was said to be fair-skinned and had red lips. The make-up for Takki took 2 hours. It apparently turned him into a glamourous/bewitching woman
Well, I looked up my dictionary and that was the meaning it came up with, "glamourous" or "bewitching".
Takki commented that he was able to feel the "taihen" of a woman. He wants everyone to go to the musical to see this woman image. Apparently, dressing up as a female in the musical was Takki's own idea. He wanted to challenge himself and also to challenge NINE costume changes during the musical. Sugoi!!!!
9 changes!!! But if the make-up for the female image takes 2 hours, how on earth is he going to manage to switch between the 9 costume changes during the musical
Even if he changed during an interval, an interval will not take 2 hours!
Takki is being coached by a professional Japanese dancer for his female image. Besides dressing up as a traditional Japanese dancer, Takki will also dress in modern female wear. The poster of Takki dressed a traditional Japanese dancer will be put up at main Tokoyo Metro stations from 1st March 2006 onwards.
Urm, I'm really happy that Takki likes to challenge himself to greater heights. But I'm kinda worried and anxious as to how this female image will turn out to look like. Kinchou suru!!!
The only image of Takki as a female is the photo of Takki dressed in a kimino in last year's calendar. Gyah! Will his feminine image this time be "prettier" or...not???
And I'm not sure how I'll feel after I see any photos of this image. I'm sure there will be photos released at Yahoo Auctions soon after Enbujou starts. Perhaps I'll be pretty calm when I see the photos. But if I really do go and watch Enbujou and see Takki dressed as a woman, walking about on stage and doing everything feminin-ish live with my own eyes, I'm not sure how I'll feel
Shocked? Upset? Mixed emotions/reactions?
But I think on top of it all, I really am proud that Takki is ever so willing to accept new challenges.
I know he will do a great job at it! Takki, Ganfammi!!!