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E-girls, short for EXILE-girls, was a Japanese dance & vocal girl group formed and managed by the agency LDH JAPAN, signed to the record label rhythm zone and part of the E.G.family.

Originally a project founded in April 2011 that united the groups Dream, Happiness and Flower, it became an independent group as part of the E.G.family on July 17, 2017.

The group disbanded on December 31, 2020.[1][2]


Main article: E-girls/Members

Final Line-up

Former Members
  • from Dream
    • Shizuka (left July 17, 2017)
    • Aya (Leader, left July 17, 2017)
    • Ami (left July 17, 2017)
    • Sayaka (left March 31, 2012)
    • Erie (left December 31, 2016)



On April 21, 2011, the groups Dream, Happiness and FLOWER held a joint live event titled E-Girls SHOW in Shinsaibashi, Osaka. With the event, the establishment of the project E-Girls, a supergroup consisting of members from the groups at that time: Shizuka, Sayaka, Aya, Ami and Erie from Dream, SAYAKA, KAEDE, KAREN, MIYUU, MIMU, YURINO and MAYU from Happiness and Mizuno Elina, Fujii Shuuka, Nakajima Mio and Shigetome Manami from FLOWER, was revealed. A second E-Girls SHOW was held at Sunshine City Fountain Plaza in Ikebukuro, Tokyo on May 6.[3]

On July 26, it was announced at the event E-Girls SHOW held at SHIBUYA-AX in Tokyo that Washio Reina, Muto Chiharu, Ichiki Kyoka, Bando Nozomi and Sato Harumi had been chosen as the winners of the EXILE Presents VOCAL BATTLE AUDITION 3 ~For Girls~ and would be joining FLOWER and concurrently become members of E-Girls as well. Additionally, it was revealed that FLOWER would debut on October 12 with the 9-member lineup.[4]

On November 2, it was announced that E-Girls would be making debut on December 28 with the single "Celebration!".[5][6]

On December 28, the group made their major debut with their first single "Celebration!".


On January 27, MIMU announced she would go on hiatus from both Happiness and E-Girls to focus on her studies.[7]

On March 7, Sayaka announced her graduation from both Dream and E-Girls, graduating on March 31.[8]

On March 8, it was announced that the group's second single "One Two Three" would be released in April. With the announcement, it was announced that two new performers, Suda Anna and Kizu Reina from the performance unit EGD (EXPG GIRLS DANCERS), had joined the group for this release.[9][10]

On April 18, E-girls released their second single "One Two Three".

Between May and July, it was announced that a new unit named bunny and a new EGD performer Ikuta Risa would be joining the group.

On July 20, a new song titled "Follow Me" was first introduced and used as theme song for Samantha Thavasa's Samantha Muse ALL STARS TV CM.

Prior to the release of their third single, the group consisted of a total of 31 active members from 5 different units: Dream, Happiness, FLOWER, EGD and bunny. The increase in number led to a new system for the release of their next single, in which the girls were required to undergo a period of training and afterwards, the girls who excelled and fit the image of the single would be chosen to participate. In other words, from then on, E-Girls selected members who could give the best performance in accordance with the concept and world view of the song, including the coupling songs.[11]

In August, it was announced that the group would be releasing "Follow Me" as their third single on October 3. The single was the first using the new member system and included 16 members in its lineup.[11] Additionally, with the reveal of the jacket covers and music video of "Follow Me" on August 27, it was unveiled which members were chosen to participate.[12]

On August 23, MAYU was diagnosed with infectious mononucleosis and went on a hiatus from the group and Happiness to receive treatment.[13]

On October 25, MIMU announced graduation from Happiness and E-Girls to priorize her studies.[14]

Sometime in December, Hanayama Mizuki, Oishi Miyuu and Vats Mira were removed from bunny and returned to EXPG as trainees.

In December, it was announced that the group would be releasing their fourth single "THE NEVER ENDING STORY".

On December 19, the song "JUST IN LOVE" was released digitally.[15]


On January 12, with the unveil of the jacket covers of their fourth single "THE NEVER ENDING STORY", a new member of bunny, Kawamoto Ruri, was introduced.[16] Starting from this single, the group was renamed to E-girls.

On March 13, their fifth single, "CANDY SMILE", was released featuring 12 members on the song's line-up.

On April 17, the group released their first studio album, Lesson 1. It ranked at number 1 on Oricon's weekly albums chart, being the group's first #1 on the charts.

On May 27, Suda Anna and Kawamoto Ruri joined the group Happiness as performer and vocalist, respectively.[17] A few days later, Kizu Reina left E-girls.

On August 12, it was announced that they would be releasing their sixth single "Gomennasai no Kissing You" on October 3.[18] On September 2, with the reveal of jacket covers of the single, Nakajima Momoka was introduced as an EGD member.[19] The music video for "Gomennasai no Kissing You" was rewarded the "Best Choreography" award at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2014, making it the group's first major award.[20]

On October 18, followed by the announcement of the new single "Kurukuru",[21] Flower's Mizuno Elina left the groups to focus on her acting career.[22] A new EGD member was announced at the same day, Watanabe Marina.

On November 17, it was announced that the group would be holding their first tour around summer of 2014.[23]

On November 20, the group's seventh single "Kurukuru" was released.

On November 25, it was announced that E-girls would perform at NHK's annual TV show Kouhaku Uta Gassen, held on December 31 (64th NHK Kohaku Uta Gassen), for the first time.[24] At the event, they performed a "E-Girls Khhaku Special Medley 2013", including the songs "Follow Me" and "Gomennasai no Kissing You".

Around the end of November, Aya was appointed by EXILE HIRO as the leader of E-girls.[25]


Ten members of the group, Shizuka, Kaede, Fujii Karen, Suda Anna, Fujii Shuuka, Bando Nozomi, Sato Harumi, Takeda Kyoka, Ishii Anna, and Yamaguchi Nonoka, starred in the drama Koibumi Biyori, based on a manga of same name. The opening theme song of the drama, "Diamond Only", was released as their eighth single on February 26.

On March 19, the group released their second album COLORFUL POP. The album ranked number 1 on Oricon's weekly albums chart.

On April 7, Sugieda Mayu graduated from both Happiness and E-girls.[26] Two weeks later, on April 20, Takeda Kyoka left the group to focus on her studies and acting career.[27][28]

On June 12, LDH announced that the group would be releasing three singles consecutively, one per month. The first single, "E.G. Anthem -WE ARE VENUS-", was released on July 9, and included all members and all vocalists singing. From this release, the members from bunny and EGD were mixed into one unit, simply titled as the name of the group, E-girls. The names bunny and EGD were also removed from their official website.

The second single, "Odoru Ponpokorin", was released on August 13, and included 14 members in the music video and jacket covers. The song was used as the opening theme song of the TV anime Chibi Maruko-chan.

The third single, "Highschool♡love", was released on September 10 and included all members on it. The song was used as the theme song for the Fuji TV's drama Great Teacher Onizuka.

On October 12, Muto Chiharu announced her graduation from both Flower and E-girls in order to study abroad. She graduated from E-girls on October 26 after the girls' segment of the EXILE TRIBE PERFECT YEAR LIVE TOUR TOWER OF WISH 2014 ~THE REVOLUTION~.[29][30]

On December 31, the group performed "Highschool♡love" at the 65th NHK Kohaku Uta Gassen.


On January 1, the group released their third album, E.G. TIME.

On January 27, LDH announced a new system for the E-girls line-up, called E-girls Pyramid. Following the same system introduced for "Follow Me", the girls undergo a series of reviews configured annually. The members who needed more training get classified as Rabbits (high school age or older) or Bunnies (junior high school age or younger). Members Takebe Yuzuna, Hagio Misato, Inagaki Rio, Ikuta Risa, Nakajima Momoka, and Watanabe Marina therefore returned to the training period at EXPG, reducing E-girls to 20 members.[31][32]

On May 20, the group released their thirteenth single, "Anniversary!!".

On September 30, they released their fourteenth single "Dance Dance Dance".

On October 7, Ichiki Kyoka graduated from both E-girls and Flower to follow different paths and to grow as a woman.[33] It was also announced that Erie retired from her position as a performer of the group but would still contribute to E-girls as a DJ.[34][35]

On December 15, it was announced on Shuukan EXILE that Takebe Yuzuna would be re-added to the E-girls line-up.[36][37]

On December 23, the group released their 15th single "Merry×Merry Xmas★".

On December 31, they performed the song "Dance Dance Dance" at the 66th NHK Kohaku Uta Gassen.


On November 20, 2015, it was announced on E-girls' website that they would be releasing their first best album E.G. SMILE -E-girls BEST- on February 10 and the group's third tour E-girls LIVE TOUR 2016 "E.G. SMILE".

On April 23, the group announced the group's 16th and 17th singles, both being part of a W CONCEPT SUMMER SINGLE, with the first single, "E.G. summer RIDER", with the E.G. POP concept being released on July 20 and the second single, "Pink Champagne", being released on August 10 with the E.G. COOL concept.

On September 27, the group announced that they would be releasing their 18th single "Go! Go! Let's Go!" on November 30.

On October 28, it was announced on Dream's website that Erie would be graduating from both Dream and E-girls and also retire from the entertainment industry at the end of 2016. In the message written by her, she revealed to be thankful for all the 14 years she was a member of Dream and E-girls, and who followed her among all those years. With the current members of Dream celebrating their 15th anniversary next year (on July 7), she wanted to start her life from zero. She expressed desire on study abroad, which was her dream from a long time ago. Dream would continue their activities as a trio with the remaining members Shizuka, Aya and Ami once she officially graduates.[38]

On December 31, the group performed the song "DANCE WITH ME NOW!" at the 67th NHK Kohaku Uta Gassen.[39] On the same day, Erie graduated from the group and Dream and retired from entertainment industry.

2017: Reformulation of the group[]

On January 18, the group released their fourth studio album E.G. CRAZY.

On June 5, LDH JAPAN announced a new reformulated E-girls. E-girls, who was initially the main project who united the groups Dream, Happiness and Flower, became now part of the units inside a new project called E.G.family. With the announcement, it was also announced that the group would be doing a 2-day live concert titled E-girls LIVE 2017 ~E.G.EVOLUTION~. The live concerts would be the last as a 19-member lineup, as with the reformulation, E-girls would now promote with 11 members. With the reformulation, after the Saitama concerts, Shizuka, Aya, Ami, MIYUU, Kawamoto Ruri, Fujii Shuuka, Shigetome Manami and Nakajima Mio left E-girls. Shizuka and Ami would continue with their solo projects as member of DANCE EARTH PARTY and as a soloist respectively, Aya retired from singing and performing and would work as a chief creative manager, MIYUU and Kawamoto Ruri would focus as members of Happiness and Fujii Shuuka, Shigetome Manami and Nakajima Mio would focus as members of Flower (and ShuuKaRen for Shuuka).

On July 26, they released their 19th single "Love ☆ Queen", first as a 11-member group.

In October, Sato Harumi was appointed as the new leader of the group.

On December 6, the group released their 20th single "Kitakaze to Taiyou".

On December 21, they received the "LINE LIVE OF THE YEAR 2017" award in the artist category.[40][41]

On December 28, the group released the E-girls LIVE 2017 ~E.G.EVOLUTION~ concert in DVD/Blu-ray.

On December 31, they performed the song "Love ☆ Queen" at the 68th NHK Kohaku Uta Gassen.


On January 31, the group released their 21st single, "Aishiteru to Itte Yokatta".

On February 28, the group released their 22nd single, "Pain, pain".

On May 23, the group released their fifth album E.G. 11 as the first album since the group's reformulation. The title track, "Show Time" was rewarded the "Best Choreography" award at the MTV Video Music Awards later that year.[42]

On June 2, the group started the E-girls LIVE TOUR 2018 ~E.G. 11~, that went from June 2 to August 5. It was the first tour since the group's reformulation.

On August 8, the group released their second digital single "My Way".

On October 3, the group released their third digital single "Perfect World".

On December 19, the group released their fourth digital single "EG-ENERGY". The song was used to promote LDH martial arts' ENERGY PROJECT, alongside GENERATIONS.


On January 16, the group released a footage of the E-girls LIVE TOUR 2018 ~E.G. 11~ concerts in Saitama Super Arena as DVD and Blu-ray as the group's second video release.

The group participated of E.G.family's first tour E.G.POWER 2019 ~POWER to the DOME~ that went through from February 22 to May 25.

On July 24, the group released their 23rd single "Cinderella Fit". On October 15, they reveived the "36th Annual Best-Jeanist 2019" award in the Council Elected category for the custom jeans costumes they wore in the jacket photo and music video for the title track of the single.[43]

On November 8, it was announced that the group would release their 24th single on January 29, 2020. Prior to the release, the group would pre-release songs from the single digitally for 3 consecutive months starting on November 22 with the song "Easy come, Easy go".[44]

On December 22, at "Bessekai"'s release event, it was announced that E-girls would be disbanding at the end of 2020. The announcement was initially made through a video that was aired at the start of the event, showing the history of the group and the members' future after the group's disbandment. It was later revealed by Sato Harumi that the group went through several discussions about the members' future and the group's future during spring of the same year, and that as they shared their next goals and dreams for the future, they sometimes didn't feel the same way and even disagreed in some moments, but after several talks, they came to this decision to do their best on each of their roads. At the video announcement, it was revealed that after the disbandment, Bando Nozomi, Sato Harumi, Ishii Anna and Yamaguchi Nonoka will be focusing on their acting and modeling careers, SAYAKA, Kaede, Fujii Karen, YURINO and Suda Anna will be devoting full time to Happiness, who got a partnership with the American company 88rising with intentions of expanding the group worldwide, Washio Reina will be making solo debut as a singer, and Takebe Yuzuna will join a new unit formed with successful candidates of the world audition held by the DJ and LDH EUROPE's CEO Afrojack.[1][45][46][47][48]

Announcement from LDH JAPAN[2]
To everyone who supports E-girls

At this time, E-girls will come to an end after 9 years of activities at the end of 2020, and will move on to their respective futures.

Sato Harumi, Bando Nozomi, Ishii Anna, and Yamaguchi Nonoka will become actresses and models respectively, Happiness will team up with 88rising and aim for full-scale global expansion, Takebe Yuzuna will form a new unit with members who passed the auditions held by Afrojack in 8 cities around the world, and Washio Reina will debut as a solo artist.

We are sure we have surprised you with this sudden announcement, but we would like to take this opportunity to share with you the feelings of the 11 members.

Since the start of E-girls activities in 2011, we have been able to see many sights that we have only dreamed of thanks to your constant support no matter what our situation has been.

E-girls has been through many encounters and partings, but the members have supported each other and worked hand in hand with the staff for the past 8 years.

However, at some point in time, each member began to have new goals and dreams in life, and we have discussed these thoughts and feelings with each other many times. Although there were times when we did not all feel the same way and our opinions differed, we made this decision after a long time and much thought by all the members.

We spent the most precious time and the youth of our lives with E-girls, and the members, as well as everyone who supported us, gave us an unforgettable asset that we will never forget for the rest of our lives.

We are filled with gratitude from the bottom of our hearts. Thank you very much.

Next year's "E-girls PERFECT LIVE 2011→2020" will be our last tour, and all the members will do our best to convey our gratitude and feelings to everyone during the year until the end of 2020.

Thank you for your continued support.

December 22, 2019

All the members of E-girls

On December 27, the group released a winter version of "Cinderella Fit" as the second digital pre-release song from their 24th single.

2020: Disbandment[]

On January 29, the group released their 24th single "Bessekai".

From February 1 to 22, the group held their fifth and last tour E-girls PERFECT LIVE 2011▶2020. Initially, the tour was scheduled to take place from February 1 to July 4, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all concerts after February 22 had to be cancelled.[49][50]

On June 15, with the announcement of LDH's new entertainment platform CL, EXILE HIRO revealed that the members and staff were in discussion about the group's disbandment as the members expressed of wanting to meet the fans for at least one last time. Depending of the circumstances, the disbandment could get delayed to 2021.[51]

On July 5, the group released the song "So many stars" digitally. The song was first performed at the E-girls PERFECT LIVE 2011▶2020. On the same day, the group held their first online concert as part of the launch week of the LIVE×ONLINE.[52]

On September 25, the group held their second online concert as part of the LIVE×ONLINE IMAGINATION alongside Happiness and Sudannayuzuyully.

On November 28, the group held a special paid online show titled E-girls Special LIVE&TALK Show, where they held a special talk session which was hosted by Nippon TV's announcers Mori Keisuke and Taki Natsuki and performed a variety of their songs.[53][54] On the same day, it was announced that the group would be disbanding on December 31 as originally scheduled.[55]

On December 28, the group released their second best album E-girls, which is also their last release.[56] On the same day, the group held their last live concert via LIVE×ONLINE.[57]

At the end of the year, the group received the "Inspiration Award Japan" at the MTV Video Music Awards.[58][59]

On December 31, the group officially disbanded.[2] At midnight, their Twitter and Instagram account were deleted.


On April 21, a footage of their last concert, LIVE×ONLINE BEYOND THE BORDER, was released in DVD and Blu-ray as their last video release.


Main article: E-girls/Discography

Studio Albums
  1. [2013.04.17] Lesson 1
  2. [2014.03.19] COLORFUL POP
  3. [2015.01.01] E.G. TIME
  4. [2017.01.18] E.G. CRAZY
  5. [2018.05.23] E.G. 11
Best Albums
  1. [2016.02.10] E.G. SMILE -E-girls BEST-
  2. [2020.12.28] E-girls
Other Albums

  1. [2011.12.28] Celebration!
  2. [2012.04.18] One Two Three
  3. [2012.10.03] Follow Me
  4. [2013.02.20] THE NEVER ENDING STORY
  5. [2013.03.13] CANDY SMILE
  6. [2013.10.02] Gomennasai no Kissing You
  7. [2013.11.20] Kurukuru
  8. [2014.02.26] Diamond Only
  9. [2014.07.09] E.G. Anthem -WE ARE VENUS-
  10. [2014.08.13] Odoru Ponpokorin
  11. [2014.09.10] Highschool♡love
  12. [2014.11.26] Mr.Snowman
  13. [2015.05.20] Anniversary!!
  14. [2015.09.30] Dance Dance Dance
  15. [2015.12.23] Merry×Merry Xmas★
  16. [2016.07.20] E.G. summer RIDER
  17. [2016.08.10] Pink Champagne
  18. [2016.11.30] Go! Go! Let's Go!
  19. [2017.07.26] Love ☆ Queen
  20. [2017.12.06] Kitakaze to Taiyou
  21. [2018.01.31] Aishiteru to Itte Yokatta
  22. [2018.02.28] Pain, pain
  23. [2019.07.24] Cinderella Fit
  24. [2020.01.29] Bessekai
Digital Singles
  1. [2012.12.19] JUST IN LOVE
  2. [2018.08.08] My Way
  3. [2018.10.03] Perfect World
  4. [2018.12.19] EG-ENERGY
  5. [2020.07.05] So many stars
Pre-released Digital Singles
  1. [2012.08.29] Follow Me
  2. [2013.03.06] CANDY SMILE
  3. [2013.09.25] Gomennasai no Kissing You
  4. [2013.11.13] Kurukuru
  5. [2014.02.12] Diamond Only
  6. [2014.03.05] RYDEEN ~Dance All Night~
  7. [2014.06.12] E.G. Anthem -WE ARE VENUS-
  8. [2014.07.16] Odoru Ponpokorin
  9. [2015.12.09] Merry×Merry Xmas★
  10. [2018.02.13] Pain, pain
  11. [2019.07.24] Cinderella Fit (streaming only)
  12. [2019.11.22] Easy come, Easy go
  13. [2019.12.27] Cinderella Fit (Winter version)
  14. [2020.01.17] Bessekai
Other Singles

Compilations / Others
  1. [2014.03.26] Various Artists - Watashi to Drecom -DREAMS COME TRUE 25th ANNIVERSARY BEST COVERS- (#1 Ureshii! Tanoshii! Daisuki!)
  2. [2014.06.18] DJ MAKIDAI - EXILE TRIBE PERFECT MIX (#17 RYDEEN ~Dance All Night~, #18 I SHOULD BE SO LUCKY, #20 Follow Me <BOOBEE BROTHERS Mix>, #21 Gomennasai no Kissing You <DJ KIRA Mix>)
  3. [2016.06.15] Various Artists - HiGH&LOW ORIGINAL BEST ALBUM (#6 STRAWBERRY Sadistic)

Concerts / Tours[]

  1. [2014.07.18-2014.08.13] E-girls LIVE TOUR 2014 "COLORFUL LAND"
  2. [2015.02.14-2015.04.29] E-girls LIVE TOUR 2015 "COLORFUL WORLD"
  3. [2016.03.12-2016.08.11] E-girls LIVE TOUR 2016 "E.G. SMILE"
  4. [2018.06.02-2018.08.05] E-girls LIVE TOUR 2018 ~E.G. 11~
  5. [2020.02.01-2020.02.22] E-girls PERFECT LIVE 2011▶2020
  1. [2015.06.14] E-girls LIVE 2015 at UNIVERSAL STUDIOS JAPAN
  2. [2017.07.15-2017.07.16] E-girls LIVE 2017 ~E.G.EVOLUTION~
Online Concerts
  1. [2020.07.05] LIVE×ONLINE "E-girls"
  2. [2020.09.25] LIVE×ONLINE IMAGINATION "E-girls / Happiness / Sudannayuzuyully"

Concerts Featured In[]



TV Shows
Digital Shows


Music Video Appearances





  • [2014] MTV Video Music Awards Japan - Best Choreography ("Gomennasai no Kissing You")[20]
  • [2017] LINE LIVE OF THE YEAR 2017 - Artist Category[40][41]
  • [2018] MTV Video Music Awards - Best Choreography ("Show Time")[42]
  • [2019] 36th Annual Best-Jeanist 2019 Council Elected Category[43]
  • [2020] MTV Video Music Awards Japan - Inspiration Award Japan[58][59]

See Also[]


  1. 1.0 1.1 To fans who support E-girls
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 To everyone who supports E-girls
  3. https://www.oricon.co.jp/news/87385/full/
  4. https://www.oricon.co.jp/news/2000168/full/
  5. https://www.oricon.co.jp/news/2003361/full/
  6. 【Dream・Happiness・FLOWER】E-Girls名義の初CDリリース決定!
  7. 『MIMU活動休止の御報告』
  8. 【Dream】Dreamに関する重要なお知らせ
  9. 【E-Girls】2ndシングルリリース決定!!
  10. https://natalie.mu/music/news/67803
  11. 11.0 11.1 https://www.oricon.co.jp/news/2017588/full/
  12. E-Girlsの新曲「Follow Me」、リリースに先駆けPV公開
  13. Happiness LIVE TOUR 2012 “Happy Time”公演中止のお知らせ
  14. Happiness MIMUにつきましてご報告
  15. E-girls 待望の新曲 12月19日~配信開始! ミュージックビデオも同時公開!!
  17. Happiness 2nd Season START! 「川本璃」「須田アンナ 」新メンバー2名加入決定!!
  18. E-girls 待望のニューシングル発売日決定!!
  19. https://www.egfc.jp/news-detail/278/
  20. 20.0 20.1 https://natalie.mu/music/news/118985
  21. 11月20日 4曲入りニューシングル 「クルクル」 発売決定!!
  22. E-girls/Flower 水野絵梨奈より応援してくださっている皆さまへ
  23. 【特報】E-girls 初ツアー開催決定!
  24. 【E-girls】「第64回NHK紅白歌合戦」初出場決定!
  25. E-girls「脱HIRO依存」誓う
  26. 〜大切なお知らせ〜
  27. 〜大切なお知らせ〜
  28. https://natalie.mu/music/news/114886
  29. Flower、E-girlsをいつも応援してくださっている皆さまへ
  30. Flower、E-girlsをいつも応援してくださっている皆さまへ
  31. http://e-girls-ldh.jp/news/detail.php?id=1018309
  32. E-girlsが体制変更で26人から20人に、下部組織ユニットも誕生
  33. Message from Flower 市來杏香
  34. Message from Dream Erie
  35. E-girlsメンバーが卒業&DJ専念を発表 これまでの活躍を振り返る
  36. E-girlsからのお知らせ
  37. E-girlsに武部柚那が再加入
  38. Dreamからのお知らせ
  39. https://www.oricon.co.jp/news/2083961/full/
  40. 40.0 40.1 https://mdpr.jp/news/detail/1735807
  41. 41.0 41.1 https://mdpr.jp/news/detail/1735848
  42. 42.0 42.1 https://natalie.mu/music/news/298693
  43. 43.0 43.1 https://mdpr.jp/news/detail/1883091
  44. E-girls Newシングル1/29(水)発売決定!11/30(土)よりリリースイベントも開催!
  45. https://m.ldhgirls-m.jp/news/detail?news_id=21336
  46. https://www.oricon.co.jp/news/2151594/full/
  47. https://natalie.mu/music/news/360558
  48. https://mdpr.jp/news/detail/1917815
  49. https://www.ldh.co.jp/news/detail.php?lang=eng&site=LDH&newsid=0000029601
  50. https://www.oricon.co.jp/news/2160843/full/
  51. E-girls“解散延期”に含み「今年いっぱいか、来年もやるのか…メンバーのビジョンに合わせて決めたい」
  52. https://realsound.jp/2020/07/post-580639.html
  53. 【E-girls】11/28(土)『E-girls Special LIVE&TALK Show』開催決定!!
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