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WAgg
Years Active

2018-present

Origin

Tokyo

Associated Acts

BiS, BiSH, GANG PARADE, EMPiRE, CARRY LOOSE

Website

http://www.wagg.tokyo/

Members

Utauuta
A Anzupia
Love
Sayaito
Hanaemonster
Nayu

Former Members

Naruhaworld
Marin Ba
Uruu Ru

WAgg (WACK Egg) is the official trainee unit of WACK. The purpose of the unit is to train young girls with the intention of eventually debuting as part of a WACK group.

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WAggドキュメント「俺らはIDOL」

WAggドキュメント「俺らはIDOL」

WAgg

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Biography Edit

WAgg was officially announced on May 28th 2018, and auditions were held for girls aged between 12 and 17 years old, for the purpose of training and eventually debuting in WACK. The first members of the unit, Marin Ba, Uruu Ru, Utauuta, Anzupia, Naruhaworld, Love, Sayaito and Hanaemonster were announced on August 14th 2018. Much like the reveals of previous WACK groups, their eyes were obscured in their first teaser photos.

On September 8th, their faces were finally revealed, along with a short documentary film on YouTube. Their first live event was streamed on Niconico on September 9th, with BiSH performing as support. Afterwards, they began their first joint tour with EMPiRE, "THE NEW RiCE".

From the 24th to the 30th of March 2019, WAgg members were invited to take part in the WACK AUDiTiON CAMP 2019. All members except for Love participated. At the end of the audition, it was announced that Naruhaworld would debut in Gang Parade, making her the first promoted trainee. In addition, audition finalist Nayu would join WAgg. Naruhaworld's graduation took place on May 19th and Nayu began performing with WAgg a week later on the 26th.

On June 16th, Marin Ba left WAgg in order to concentrate on university entrance exams. Her final live was live streamed. Two days later, it was announced that Uruu Ru would debut in a new unit with the temporary name CARRY LOOSE. Her final performance with WAgg took place on August 25th.

Publications Edit

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IDOL (Photobook)

Trivia Edit

  • Their name is a reference to Hello! Project Egg. They wear egg-inspired costumes on stage.
  • Their current costumes as of May 2019 are based off the theme "Deviled Eggs".

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