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J-Pop Star Beckii Cruel to Perform New Single at London Comic Con

Date: Thursday 15th September 2011 [14:21] | Posted By: Joe

Fans of J-Pop Idol Beckii Cruel will want to head to the MCM Expo London Comic Con on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th October 2011 to see her perform her new single You Can't Kiss me.

Beckii will be performing on both Saturday and Sunday at the Expo. We were lucky to catch up with her at the last Expo in May.
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Beckii can be found on-line on the following sites:
Website - http://beckii.co.uk/
Twitter - @BeckiiCruel
YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/xBextahx


Press release as follows:

Beckii Cruel in Haruhi Suzumiya cosplay

28-30 OCTOBER - EXCEL LONDON - ROYAL VICTORIA DOCK

J-Pop Star Beckii Cruel to Perform New Single at London Comic Con

Teen sensation Beckii Cruel will be performing her new single 'You Can't Kiss Me' at next month's MCM Expo London Comic Con, organisers have announced. The Isle of Man schoolgirl, who shot to superstar status in Japan after the nation fell in love with YouTube videos of her dancing to anime songs, will be appearing on-stage on both Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th October.

Beckii was brought to a mainstream UK audience last year, when the story of her incredible rise to fame was told in a BBC Three documentary, Beckii: Schoolgirl Superstar. So far, Beckii's YouTube channel has received nearly 19 million views, and she has also released music CDs, DVDs and even two best-selling English language learning books for her Japanese fans.

As well as singing 'You Can't Kiss Me' - released on 24 October - Beckii will be performing a medley of her YouTube dances and getting the crowd on stage to dance along to the popular Japanese Internet meme Danjo. Beckii was a huge hit with London Comic Con visitors when she came along in May, and we're delighted to welcome her back for the October show.

For London MCM Expo tickets please visit: www.mcmexpogroup.com/store

To stay up-to-date with Expo news, follow www.twitter.com/mcmexpo; www.facebook.com/mcmexpo or visit our website at www.londonexpo.com

Source: MCM Expo London Comic Con

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