Ryo Katsuji (35) appeared in “Bokura no Jidai” (Fuji Television Network) broadcast on November 7. He became a topic of conversation when he mentioned about his divorce from his ex-wife, Atsuko Maeda (30).
He said that he was with Maeda the day before the recording and that she pushed him to make the divorce a topic. In the past, she was known for her difficult personality, such as hiding her face from the camera because she didn’t want to be followed by “Jounetsu Tairiku” (TBS) when she was an AKB48 member.
It is said that “Atsuko Maeda’s” stock has soared after the divorce crisis and divorce was reported.
It is said that “Atsuko Maeda’s” stock has skyrocketed after the divorce crisis and divorce reports. In March, she was surprised by Kintaro, a well-known imitator of Maeda, who had long been said to be a “no-show” with her. In March, she pulled a surprise on Kinta-Roe, a well-known imitator of Maeda, who had long been considered a “no-show” on the show. She accepts any kind of work with a smile and gives it her all. Now that she is independent from a major agency, she probably feels strongly that she has to work hard and feed her children. She is sending her first son to a celebrity kindergarten, so I’m sure she needs the money, but everyone is surprised that she looks like a different person.
Nozomi Sasaki (33), the wife of Ken Watabe (49) of Anjash, who has retired from the entertainment industry after his reported affair with a multi-purpose toilet, has also been well received, saying that she has peeled off her skin as an actress.
She has also been well received by Nozomi Sasaki (33), the wife of Ken Watabe (49) of Anjash. In the play, “Yoidore Tenshi,” which was performed from September to October, she shut up her good looks and played the role of a woman who survived the postwar black market, and people in the theater industry were surprised that she would go that far. In the drama “Shiroi Moudouryuu” (NHK BS Premium) broadcast this summer, she played a newspaper reporter who is trying to get to the bottom of an incident.
In the past, she couldn’t memorize her lines and was ridiculed by her manager for just reading from a barb-read copy of the script. She is no longer treated as a doll, and offers are pouring in as a talented actress.
Ryoko Shinohara (48) and Kyoko Hasegawa (43), who announced their divorce this year, are challenging wet scenes in “Goldfish Wife,” a drama about adultery to be distributed on Netflix.
They were both willing to do physical acting, but in recent years they have been more reserved due to their children’s exams. They were both willing to do physical acting, but in recent years they have been more reserved due to their children’s entrance exams.
A senior executive of an entertainment company laughingly explains why her reputation as an actress has increased after her divorce.
A senior executive of an entertainment company says with a wry smile, “Popular actresses and idols who have never had to work as underdogs haven’t experienced any real setbacks, so they often turn down jobs that the agency thinks will benefit them. However, when they are forced into a corner by divorce or scandal, they can’t help themselves.
Atsuko Maeda has also gained recognition for playing villainous roles and breaking new ground as a woman who likes bad boys, and her acting has broadened by taking on dirty roles that she would not have played in the past. He has also been able to use his personal experiences, such as divorce, in his acting. Actor’s agencies often tell actors to experience everything.
Actresses who have licked their lips in their personal lives are starting to make a comeback.
From “FRIDAY” November 26, 2021 issue
Photo： Sota Shima