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Airi Suzuki

Airi Suzuki (鈴木 愛理, Suzuki Airi, born April 12, 1994 in Gifu, Japan) is a Japanese pop singer and currently member of idol groups Cute, Buono! and Hello! Project Kids. Both of her parents, Tōru and Kyoko Suzuki, are professional golfers, although her mother has already retired. In 2002, Suzuki participated and passed, along with 14 other girls, the audition of Hello! Project Kids after performing Kimochi wa Tsutawaru by BoA. She made her first appearance in the entertainment industry as a member of 4Kids, a temporary group that appeared in Minimoni's movie Mini Moni ja Movie: Okashi na Daibōken!, which was released in early 2003. In addition, she was also in a shuffle group called Aa! later that year and received a lead in the song. Meanwhile in 1999 Suzuki's parents had a child named Saiki Suzuki. She shares a birthday as Ex-Morning Musume member Hitomi Yoshizawa She was assigned as a member of Cute, whose formation was announced on June 11, 2005, along with seven other Hello! Project Kids members, and she is the lead singer in most songs and concerts.


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