Virtual Japanese Pop Star Appears On Letterman (VIDEO)

Hatsune Miku made her American debut on Letterman. Miku is a cartoon mascot for a software company which allows users to produce tracks to be sung in her tinny annoying jailbait voice. Even if the music becomes a hit, the Artist is Hatsune Miku who again is not real. She is projected onstage by mirrors like Cher, who has been dead for several decades. She has also been opening for Lady Gaga and doing an equally...

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Hatsune Miku is a huge star in Japan, a 3D hologram

Hatsune Miku is a big star in Japan who sells lots of records but who is mostly famous for her live shows. Which is more impressive than you might initially think because she's a fucking hologram. Singularity Hub says... Hatsune Miku is a rising star in Japan and abroad, singing catchy J-pop that matches her blue-green hair. She's also a virtual avatar created by Crypton Media using Yamaha's Vocaloid voice...

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