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Series title
  • "告白実行委員会~アイドルシリーズ"
  • Romaji: Kokuhaku Jikkou Iinkai ~Aidoru Shiriizu~
  • English: Confession Executive Committee ~Idol Series
Published February 22, 2017
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Confession Executive Committee ~Idol Series~ is a collection of songs detailing the work and daily lives of idols in the Confession Executive Committee universe. Originally a part of Confession Executive Committee ~Love Series~, this was officially recognized as its own spinoff in 2019.

HistoryEdit

This title began in the Love Series, as its inaugural song "Romeo" was originally featured as an insert song in the Confession Executive Committee movie I've Always Liked You., where its protagonists also make a cameo. At the time, and for at least a year, the focus of these videos would be about the idol duo LIP×LIP, a teen sensation that's gotten very popular in Tokyo. Later installments would introduce other performers that work with them, such as mona, a rival soloist; and Minami, a friend and Youtuber that sings with them on occasion.

However, the characters did not originate from "Romeo" alone. Song-wise, Yujiro was first introduced alongside classmate and future love interest Hiyori Suzumi in the Love Series song "Koi-iro ni Sake", while mona was originally featured in "Kawaiiku Naritai".


Manga SerializationEdit

As with many Confession Executive Committee properties, this series has received a voiced comic in HoneyWorks' fourth studio album Nando Datte, Suki. ~Kokuhaku Jikkou Iinkai~ as a "Prologue" comic to Romeo.

A serialized manga concerning the rise of Mona Narumi as a popular idol was released in December 2019 on the digital manga magazine Piccoma, based off of the song "Watashi, Idol Sengen". The manga is available for free reading for the first three chapters, and debuted on January 15, 2020.

PublicationEdit

Events in the Idol Series have been novelized as part of the Confession Rehearsal series starting from the 11th installment. Watashi, Idol Sengen, a separate novella focusing on Mona, released as a bonus for the CHiCO with HoneyWorks album Watashi no Someru i no Uta.

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ロメオ (Romeo)

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Uploaded 2017.02.22 Featuring Hatsune Miku, GUMI, (halyosy)
Music Oji (guitar), cake (piano), shito (bass), AyatsuK! (drums), Daisuke Kadowaki Strings (strings), Orebanana-P (tuning), Minamiya Mia, Nishinouri, unichawan (special thanks) Main article ロメオ (Romeo)
Lyrics shito, Gom
Video Yamako (illust), Yamako (video)
The first official installment. The in-universe music video concerns two princes who seek to woo a princess from a neighboring country, who is equally enamored by both of them. Out of universe, this installment introduces LIP×LIP and a few of their off-job encounters.

ノンファンタジー (Nonfantasy)

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Uploaded 2017.12.01 Featuring Hatsune Miku, GUMI, (halyosy)
Music Oji (guitar), cake (piano), AtsuyuK! (drums), Orebanana-P (tuning), Kadowaki Daisuke Strings (strings) Main article ノンファンタジー (Nonfantasy)
Lyrics HoneyWorks
Video Yamako (illust), Yamako (video)
Hiyori dreams of being the heroine in a LIP×LIP music video.

必要不可欠 (Hitsuyo Fukaketsu)

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Uploaded 2017.12.09 Featuring Hatsune Miku, GUMI, (halyosy)
Music Gom (music), Oji (guitar), Hiroki169 (bass), cake (keyboard), AtsuyuK! (drums), Orebanana-P (tuning) Main article 必要不可欠 (Hitsuyo Fukaketsu)
Lyrics shito, Gom
Video Yamako (illust), Yamako (video)
A shortened version of the B-track "Hitsuyo Fukaketsu" from the second LIP×LIP single. Insert song featured in Our Love Has Always Been 10 Centimeters Apart.

夢ファンファーレ (Yume Fanfare)

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Uploaded 2018.10.11 Featuring Hatsune Miku, GUMI
Music halyosy (chorus), Nakanishi (guitar), shito (bass), cake (piano), Kousuke Higuchi (drums), Hiroaki Tsutsumi (string arrangement), Daisuke Kadowaki Strings (string) Main article 夢ファンファーレ (Yume Fanfare)
Video Yamako (illust), Mogelatte (video)
Yuujirou and Aizou get a bit of backstory, and we see them perform on stage. Opening of the anime I'm Glad I Kept Running.

やっぱ最強! (Yappa Saikyou!)

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Uploaded 2019.10.11 Featuring Hatsune Miku, GUMI
Music halyosy (chorus), Nakanishi (guitar), shito (bass), cake (piano), Leon Yuki (drums), Hiroaki Tsutsumi (string arrangement), Daisuke Kadowaki Strings (string) Main article やっぱ最強! (Yappa Saikyou!)
Video Yamako (illust), Yamako (video)
Covers the origin of LIPxLIP and their rise to stardom. Official theme song to Commercial High School Food Grand Prix 2019.

私、アイドル宣言 (Watashi, Idol Sengen)

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Uploaded 2018.03.05 Featuring Hatsune Miku
Music Nakanishi (guitar), shito (music, bass), cake (piano, keyboard), Kousuke Higuchi (drums), Orebanana-P (tuning) Main article 私、アイドル宣言 (Watashi, Idol Sengen)
Lyrics shito, Gom
Video Mogelatte (illust, video)
Formally introduces the Love Series character Sena Narumi's younger sister, Mona Narumi. Here, she is revealed to be a small time idol who wants to be able to make it big on stage, but fails to make any waves during her first large scale performance. After training even more for her next big live, she's rewarded for her efforts by having he audience cheer for her in support.

月曜日の憂鬱 (Getsuyoubi no Yuutsu)

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Uploaded 2019.07.09 Featuring Hatsune Miku
Music HoneyWorks Main article 月曜日の憂鬱 (Getsuyoubi no Yuutsu)
Video mikkun (illust)
This is a side story, focusing on a fan of mona and how he came to like her work as an idol.


See alsoEdit

Confession Executive Committee ~Love Series~Edit

Main article: Confession Executive Committee ~Love Series~
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