Tamamori Yuta celebrates 25 years today, as fans dedicate flocks of tweets to his special day. Maybe your tweet appears in the article. See for yourself.
Though it’s March 16 in the U.S., in Japan, it’s already the 17th. And as can be seen from Twitter, Tamamori’s fan base could care less about the hour. What matters is that it’s Yuta’s birthday.
Happy Birthday Yuta Tamamori❤!!!! I luv U 4ever(｡-_-｡)♡ #玉森裕太生誕祭 pic.twitter.com/QaHlky2WLn
— ゆ(‘･_,’) (@Yukis_T) March 16, 2015
♔ⓗⓐⓟⓟⓨ✧ⓑⓘⓡⓣⓗⓓⓐⓨ♔ ﾟ*✩‧₊˚ Tamamori yuta.·˖*✩♔３/１７♚ pic.twitter.com/qFywY9n82e — ちぃ*✩‧₊˚ (@chii_kisft) March 16, 2015
If you don’t know, Tamamori is part of a J-pop group known as Kis-My-Ft2 — under Johnny’s Entertainment. The band consists of seven members, and Yuta is the “t” in the band’s name.
Surely, Tamamori enjoys the love of his fans. Like Yuta, most people like to know they’re appreciated.
Interestingly, sometimes, even your existence helps people. It’s said that nothing would be the same if you weren’t alive. Do you believe that? Kind of like the Butterfly Effect. Everyone is important in some way or another.
This includes Tamamori, as can be seen from Twitter.
Happy bithday Tamamori Yuta Thank you for being born. Thank you for a lot of happiness. ほんまにダイスキデス。 いつまでもついていきます。 pic.twitter.com/d0qgAnpRf0
— なつもり (@natsumori17) March 16, 2015
— M.Chan (@twinstars08) March 16, 2015
Though Yuta doesn’t have an official Twitter page, that doesn’t stop his birthday acknowledgements from the masses.
Have you ever received something for your bday from someone unexpected? How did it make you feel? Well, in a similar way — if it made you feel good about the gesture — Tamamori feels likewise. Everyone likes gifts, right? That’s the case, even if the gifts are tweets.
— フジタマ (@fujitama_0317) March 16, 2015
Yuta should enjoy his special day while he can, because it’s back to work afterwards. He has a lot of musical and acting endeavors coming up. One is set to be released this year. However, that discussion is for another time. Yet, it can be noted that it’s based on a work from Hiro Arikawa — and Tamamori is cast as the lead role. It’s set to come out in the latter part of 2015.
So, have you wished Yuta a “Happy Birthday,” today?
What are your thoughts on celebrity birthdays? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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