Friday, December 21, 2007

random toma stuff/ toma-related news

u can go here 2 vote for toma for Winter 07-08 Pretty Boy! (whoops, i forgot when the deadline is. hopefully it's not over yet.)
but u have 2 join livejournal first, then join that group. then look for the posts talking about how 2 vote. and look for the posts about WHY u should vote 4 toma, there R lots of cute pics of toma and toma info/bio stuff!! =) and i absolutely agree with how she was saying he can be DORKY, but in a cute way! it's amazing how 1 person can be so many diff. things... i mean, though he's good-looking, but he doesn't mind acting a little silly or making funny faces. he can be SO cool, but also, SO geeky/silly/dorky. he's just amazing & extraordinary! HE'S TOMA!

saw another fanmade MV for toma, using the themesong of hana kimi and some funny comments from some fans:
Ikuta Toma _ Ikenai Taiyou

addictedmaniac13 (1 day ago)
toma is such a talented guy!!
he can sing, act and dance PERFECTLY!
he's so damn freaking cute!!
cant resist him..
diddycute (4 days ago)
he's just too cute...!!!!



Oricon has released the results of its end-of-the-year survey asking men and women who they thought was the most successful young star of 2007. With two thousand people participating in the survey, the answers were actress Yui Aragaki and comedian Yoshio Kojima.

Aragaki has had a phenomenal year, which included her first starring roles in film and television, the start of a music career, and an increase in commercials. Erika Sawajiri, who ranked 2nd among female celebrities, also saw similar success this year, though it was marred by the "Closed Note" PR incident.

The rest of the women's top five were Kanako Yanagihara, Sumiko Nishioka (the oldest of the list at 33), and Maki Horikita.

Kojima easily topped the men's list, as he was ranked first by all age groups. His silly routine has become amazingly popular, and his catchphrase "Sonna no kankei nee" was named one of the top ten "buzzwords of the year."

Shun Oguri was second in the rankings, followed by Yu Darvish, Ryo Ishikawa, and Toma Ikuta.

wish toma continued success!)

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