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Kyary Pamyu Pamyu
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    (January 29, 1993- )
    Born in Japan
    Birth name is Kiriko Takemura
    Recorded the songs 'PonPonPon', 'Candy Candy', 'Fashion Monster', 'Invader Invader', 'Ninja Re Bang Bang' and 'Kimi no Mikata'
    Also a model and fashion blogger
    Nicknamed the 'Harajuku Pop Princess'
    What's up with the pretentious stage name (especially the full variation of the name: 'Caroline Charonplop Kyary Pamyu Pamyu')?
    She's often considered the Japanese equivalent to Lady Gaga or Katy Perry (she cites Gaga and Katy as her influences).
    Her fashion sense is so over-the-top that it even makes Lady Gaga look fairly conservative in comparison.
    Her music videos (especially for 'PonPonPon') almost look as if they were made while on psychedelic drugs.
    The music video for her song 'Furisodation' sparked controversy as it depicted the then-20-year-old Kyary heavily drinking alcohol.
    Prior to becoming a J-Pop star, she helped a makeup company create a line of false eyelashes called 'Harajuku Doll'.
    She's attempted to learn English for her world tours, but admits she's 'not very good' with the language.
    Her tour stops in North America are mostly limited to New York City and the West Coast.
    She is a huge anime fan.
    She is the most followed Japanese female celebrity on Twitter.
    The music video for 'PonPonPon' was a worldwide viral hit, earning over 120 million views on YouTube.
    'PonPonPon' found its way onto an episode of The Simpsons.
    She has a worldwide cult following (including some fans in America).
    Katy Perry is one of her most famous fans.

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