Singer Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, 21, held an event in Tokyo this week to announce the release of her 8th single, “Yume-no-Hajimarinrin” and encourage students to follow their dreams.
The event was named “Kyary Pamyu Pamyu School Graduation Ceremony” as the graduation season is just around the corner. She invited 600 students and gave some of them graduation certificates written by herself after performing four songs.
Kyary also played the role of “Super President of the Student Council” and advised the students on their troubles and worries, Nikkan Sports reported Thursday. When asked by a girl who wants to be a singer how not to be nervous on stage, she said, “If you imagine that you are performing in front of potatoes, you won’t be nervous.”
To a junior high school girl who said she doesn’t have any dream, Kyary said, “It is true that a dream is something you need to find and chase, but it is also something that can suddenly emerge.”© Japan Today