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Kyoko has devoted her life to Shotaro. When Shotaro came to Tokyo to debut as a singer, she followed him and worked to provide for him. But one day, Kyoko overhears Shota telling his manager that Kyoko means nothing to him. She's just convenient, a housekeeper. This makes Kyoko furious, and she vows revenge on Shotaro. But Shotaro just laughs at her, saying she won't be able to touch him because he's now a popular singer and she's a nobody. So Kyoko decides to get into showbiz and become even more popular than Shotaro to humiliate him. Unfortunately, Shotaro has destroyed Kyoko's ability to love, and she discovers that it is a prerequisite for her to debut from her chosen company, LME. The president of LME puts her into a new section made for those who caught his eye but have something missing. It's name... Section Love Me.
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Jul 4, 2017 2:18PM EDT
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I LOVE the manga that this show is made from. The show is really good and funny :D

I LOVE the manga that this show is made from. The show is really good and funny :D

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by a.nwns
Mar 28, 2017 5:09PM EDT
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The art style is done a little more traditionally I would for this anime, so if you enjoy this type of style then it's fine. The story is nice and quirky, and I like how strong the female lead is. Usually in shojo anime's the female has some insecurity of one or another. Kyoko just always wants to be better so she can get back at her crappy ex boyfriend. I liked this anime and would probably watch it again.

The art style is done a little more traditionally I would for this anime, so if you enjoy this type of style then it's fine. The story is nice and quirky, and I like how strong the female lead is. Usually in shojo anime's the female has some insecurity of one or another. Kyoko just always wants to be better so she can get back at her crappy ex boyfriend. I liked this anime and would probably watch it again.

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Feb 22, 2015 6:03AM EST
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It's a cute story about a girl (Kyoko) comming of age and surpass her former self when all her thinking circled around just one person (Shotaro).

She has this strong will to make everything right - even if she messes up very often. And her rage outbreakes are the best!

I'm waiting desperately for season 2!

It's a cute story about a girl (Kyoko) comming of age and surpass her former self when all her thinking circled around just one person (Shotaro).

She has this strong will to make everything right - even if she messes up very often. And her rage outbreakes are the best!

I'm waiting desperately for season 2!

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Oct 29, 2014 6:37AM EDT
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Cute story.

Cute story.