If you’re going to become a geinoujin, you should have at least one or two ippatsu gyagu (gei) of your own.
It’s like this,
一発芸（ギャグ）: instant gag
So far, only one entry.
As Cosmates Official wrote, it’s not a beauty contest.
They want to see inventive ideas, rich imagination.
Like Kelsey’s videos.
A writer for Rocket News 24 joined as a judge—that was meant so that the winner’s video will go viral.
If that writer writes something, and if it’s interesting enough for people, it’ll be discussed on 2ch, then recopied to several affiliate sites—which means thousands of Japanese people will get to know the winner’s video.
They incorporated 6 new members into their group.
Yes I think it’s a good idea. It’s a lot better than playing the song someone else recorded while dancing.
Not only that, I want to see extra something added to your videos.
Like this one,
There’s a health meter in the upper left corner.
Text scrolling. Stars springs up from her steps.
Like this one, small window in the bottome right corner,
Kelsey Ellison (Kimonotime)’s videos. Most of them are well edited.
So many dance videos are straight forward. Just dance, record, and upload.
People like to see somthing extra.
Crossdressing itself is not rare, but if it’s about whether it’s commercially viable it’s another story.
In a manner of speaking, visual-kei artists (not aidoru, but singers, or rather, “artist”) were some sort of cross-dresser (Or I should rather say “neutral dresser”).
I can’t imagine a crossdressing male aidoru; it’d defy the definition of aidoru.
If you want to be one you or your jimusho needs to sell you as a cross-dresser, and accentuate bizarreness (like Ladybeard).
This seems to be a second part of your message, but I’m sorry I didn’t receive the first one, so I don’t know what seems to be the problem.
Yes, xml is for documenting comments from people watching live or video.
If my memory serves me right there’s an flv file generated if it’s successful.