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JKT48
JKT48 Jak-Japan Matsuri Aitakatta.jpg
JKT48 performs at Jakarta–Japan Matsuri 2012.
Background information
OriginJakarta, Indonesia
GenresIndo pop, J-Pop, Pop, Teen pop, Bubblegum pop
Years active2011 (2011)–present
LabelsJKT48 Project (agency)
Hits Records (Global Mediacom Group) (studio)
Universal Music Group/Sony Music Entertainment (distributor)
DentsuXentertainment
Associated actsAKB48 Group
Websitejkt48.com
MembersJKT48 members

JKT48 (read as "J. K. T. Forty-eight") is an Indonesian idol group whose name is derived from its based city of Jakarta and the Japanese idol group AKB48. Formed in 2011, it is the first AKB48 sister group outside Japan and adopts the concept of "idols you can meet",[1] before switching to "idols that will come to meet you" since 8 April 2018. Fans can attend daily performances at the group's theater, which was built as a close replica to the AKB48 Theater in Akihabara.[citation needed]

While JKT48 does not restrict membership by nationality, applicants must be residents of Indonesia. As of 29 April 2019, the group has 42 active team members.[2] It also has 31 Class A Academy members – formerly known as trainees – and 9 Class B Academy members.[3]

On 16 February 2013, JKT48 released its first studio album Heavy Rotation via Hits Records, a division of MNC subsidiary PT Star Media Nusantara. It performs songs by AKB48 and other sister groups that are translated into Indonesian.[citation needed]

Conception[edit]

Producer Yasushi Akimoto decided to bring the AKB48 concept to Indonesia because the group had begun to develop a fan base in the country. Indonesia's growing economy was seen as a potential market by many Japanese companies, and Akimoto established a franchising partnership with Dentsu Media Group Indonesia to replicate the AKB48 business model. Dentsu Media Group Indonesia then cooperated with the country's largest media conglomerate Global Mediacom (MNC Media) as JKT48 official media partner.[citation needed]

Much like AKB48, the female Japanese idol group formed in 2005 in Akihabara, Tokyo, JKT48 is based on the concept of idols with whom fans can "'meet', or at least develop a similar feeling of intimacy". JKT48 takes its name from the group's base city of Jakarta, Indonesia.[4] The country was seen as a potential market for the idol business because of its relatively young population—As of 2012 about half are under the age of 30—and the popularity of Japanese manga series, such as Slam Dunk and One Piece. In order to bring the concept of AKB48 to Indonesia, producer Yasushi Akimoto and Dentsu Media Group Indonesia partnered with the country's largest media conglomerate, Global Mediacom (MNC Media),and Rakuten.[5]

In an interview on CNN's TalkAsia program, Akimoto responded to the question of why he selected Indonesia as the first target of AKB48's overseas expansion:

"People in Indonesia were interested in AKB48. That is why we decided to try it in Jakarta. Kids watched AKB on the internet and they want to do the same, but they don't know whether they have talent. Also it's difficult [for them] to go to Japan to audition."[6]

Then Rakuten–MNC chief marketing officer Reino Barack and Arya Sinulingga recounted of his visit to Japan:

"When I watched AKB48's theater performance in Akihabara, I sensed the potential for a new business in Indonesia."[5]

History[edit]

2011–2012: Formation[edit]

External video
First live performance of JKT48. Note the use of costumes in the style of school uniforms, often used by AKB48 in its performances.[7]

On 11 September 2011 (7 years ago) (2011-09-11), the formation of JKT48 was announced at an AKB48 event held at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan.[8] Applicant interviews took place the following weeks, in late September 2011, and the first auditions were held a month after the initial announcement, from 8–9 October 2011.[1] AKB48 member Minami Takahashi also visited Jakarta during the auditions to promote JKT48 among fans of AKB48.[9] Although applicants did not have to be Indonesian citizens, they did have to already reside in the country.[10] Approximately 1,200 girls auditioned for the group, and 51 were selected to proceed to the second round. Finalists were judged based on their dance performance of "Heavy Rotation", from AKB48's single of the same name, and their performance of a song of their choice.[11] JKT48's 28 first generation members, ages 12–21, were selected on 2 November 2011.[12]

On 17 December 2011, JKT48 made its first public appearance on the live music program 100% Ampuh on Global TV, performing "Heavy Rotation", with lyrics translated into Indonesian.[7]

JKT48 Theater in fX Sudirman.

As part of the concept of "idols you can meet every day", AKB48 performs daily at its theater in Akihabara.[13] The JKT48 management team aimed to accomplish this same principle and began scouting locations in Jakarta for the group's own theater in early 2012. An unoccupied site in the fX Sudirman shopping mall was selected as the theater's eventual location, and planning for its renovation began in April.[14] In the meantime, the first theater performances were held 17–20 May 2012 at a temporary stage in the Nyi Ageng Serang Building in Kuningan, Jakarta.[15] The official theater opened on 8 September 2012 for daily performances with a set list of 16 songs that have been translated into Indonesian. The theater has a seating capacity of 180 and standing room for 30, and its design is a close replica of the AKB48 Theater.[16]

JKT48 has also performed in Japan alongside other AKB48 sister groups. In its first performance in Japan, the group was a surprise guest at 2011 AKB48 Kōhaku Taikō Uta Gassen and performed the Indonesian version of "Aitakatta".[17] It also performed alongside AKB48 and other sister groups at the 62nd NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen with a total 210 members onstage.[18][19] It also participated in the 2012 AKB48 concerts at Saitama Super Arena and Tokyo Dome.[20][21]

On 13 August 2012, management began accepting applications for second generation members. Of the 4,500 applicants, approximately 200 were selected for interviews the following month. The pool was then narrowed down from 67 to 31 in a selection round held by RCTI.[22] All 31 finalists were eventually chosen as second generation members at a final audition on 3 November in Japan.[23] Additionally, AKB48 members Aki Takajō and Haruka Nakagawa, whose transfers to JKT48 were announced at the Tokyo Dome concert, officially began their activities with the group on 1 November and made their theater debut on 26 December.[24] Nakagawa became interested in Jakarta during a visit with other members of AKB48 earlier in February 2012.[25]

2013–present: Debut and stuffs[edit]

The group's logo

JKT48 was scheduled to release its debut album in January 2013, but production was hampered because of flooding in Jakarta.[26] To celebrate the release, the group's management team had distributed 100,000 free CD singles. Each single featured an Indonesian version of one of four songs: "Heavy Rotation"; "Kimi no Koto ga Suki Dakara"; "Baby! Baby! Baby!"; and "Ponytail to Shushu".[27] Members, some of whom had been directly affected by the flooding, later held a charity event in order to raise funds for the city's relief efforts.[28] The debut album, entitled Heavy Rotation, had a limited release at the JKT48 Theater on 16 February 2013 and went on sale in music stores nationwide on 2 March.[29] All previously released singles were included in the album.[27]

On 4 February 2014, JKT48 announced the names of 63 finalists who were vying to become JKT48 trainees in the third generation.[30][31] On 15 February, the group announced and performed its fifth single "Flying Get".[30] On 24 February 2014, Rina Chikano was transferred from AKB48 to JKT48, Aki Takajo and Rena Nozawa's concurrent positions were cancelled.[citation needed]

On 26 April 2014, JKT48 held its first annual Senbatsu Election, with the 16 ranked members going to appear in JKT48's 6th Single, Gingham Check, released on 11 June 2014.[32] On 27 August 2014 the group released Kokoro no Placard, with Shania Junianatha taking the centre position for the first time, and Rina Chikano and Thalia Ivanka Elizabeth appearing in senbatsu for the first time.[citation needed]

On 7 December 2014, first generation member Rica Leyona graduated from the group at the "Kokoro no Placard" handshake event, and the group's 8th Single, Kaze wa Fuiteiru, was released on 24 December 2014.[33]

On 20 February 2015, JKT48 held a collaboration concert with AKB48 in Jakarta. 15 members of AKB48 was sent to Jakarta for the concert, including Yui Yokoyama, Rie Kitahara and Asuka Kuramochi.[34] On 27 March 2015, JKT48 released its 9th single, Pareo wa Emerald.[citation needed]

On 2 May 2015, JKT48 held its second Senbatsu Election, with the 16 ranking members are featured in the group's 10th single Kibōteki Refrain, Jessica Veranda replaced Melody Nurramdhani as the winner of JKT48's second Senbatsu Election.[35] On 26 August 2015, JKT48 released its 11th single, Halloween Night, the same day as AKB48's version of the song.[citation needed]

On 21 March 2017, JKT48 general manager Jiro Inao committed suicide by hanging at his house in South Tangerang, Banten, Indonesia, possibly due to "work pressure".[36]

Members[edit]

JKT48's line up has frequently changed due to additions, departures, and team shuffles.[citation needed]

As of 29 April 2019, the group consisted of 42 team members, divided as follows:[2]

  • Team J with 13 members
  • Team KIII with 15 members
  • Team T with 14 members

On 15 April 2018, the JKT48 Academy officially established. As of 16 June 2019, it consists of 40 members from 2 classes as follows:[3]

  • 31 Class A Academy members (formerly known as Trainees), consists of 1 third generation, 3 sixth generation, 18 seventh generation, and 9 eighth generation members.
  • 9 Class B Academy members, consists of only eighth generation members.

Discography[edit]

  • Heavy Rotation (2013)
  • Mahagita (2016)
  • JKT48 Festival: Greatest Hits (2017)
  • B•E•L•I•E•V•E (2017)

Promotion and media[edit]

JKT48 follows its Japanese sister group AKB48 in order to boost the record sales through a variety of marketing strategies. The main track for each single is sung by a team of "All Stars" (選抜, senbatsu, selection) consisting of popular members from JKT48's teams, with one of the girls selected as the center performer or Center. The singles and albums are released in different types with alternate type and voting codes for annual election contests.[37] Alan Swarts of MTV Japan has noted that collectors purchasing multiple copies of AKB48 CDs have inflated the market, and is one of the reasons Japan's music industry has been booming.[38] Five elections have been held; most recently in 2018.

A JKT48 member greets fans at an autograph event.

JKT48 is billed as a "unique idol group with Indonesian culture". Harris Thayeb, President Director of the group's promotional agent Dentsu Media Group Indonesia, believed the group's concept "will make our idols more down to earth, being always nice and able to be greeted anytime".[12] The group was seen as part of the "Cool Japan" brand adopted by the Japanese government to promote the country's culture around the world.[39]

On 25 February 2012, JKT48 held a joint concert with AKB48 at the Japan Pop Culture Festival at Balai Kartini in Jakarta. The event was sponsored by the Embassy of Japan, the Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs, and the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy. According to Junji Shimada, deputy to the Japanese ambassador, AKB48 was invited to perform because of its status as a Japanese pop icon, and the two sister groups represent the friendship between Japan and Indonesia.[40]

JKT48 appeared in television shows almost daily after its debut and in television advertisements by Japanese companies that intend to capture a share of the rapidly growing Indonesian market. Otsuka Pharmaceutical hired JKT48 to promote the company's Pocari Sweat beverages one month after the group's first members were announced. Sharp Corporation selected JKT48 to appear at the company's promotional events, and Yamaha Motor Company hired the group in order to promote its line of fuel efficient Mio J scooters to Indonesian teens.[39] Ezaki Glico also featured the group in its advertisements as part of an effort to grow sales in Indonesia to over Rp1 billion.[41]

Teenagers and single young men make up the largest portion of the JKT48 and AKB48 fan base. Furthermore, some believe JKT48's idol concept is not representative of Indonesian culture.[42]

In an attempt to attract young spectators, the Indonesia Asian Games Organizing Committee (INASGOC) collaborated with JKT48 during the 2018 Asian Games.[43] They performed in select sporting events between 19 August and 1 September in a group consisted of eight members from each of its teams.[44]

Elections[edit]

The elections have been held annually since 2014.[45]

2014[edit]

JKT48 6th Single's Members Election
Date5 March – 22 April 2014
(voting period)
26 April 2014
(final results announcement)
PresentersIrgy Ahmad Fahrezy
Reinita Arlin
VenueANTV Epicentrum Studio Complex, South Jakarta
Broadcasterantv
Entrants71 members
WinnerMelody Nurramdhani Laksani (Team J)[46]
2015 →

JKT48 6th Single's Members Election (Indonesian: Pemilihan Member Single ke-6 JKT48) was a chain of annual event to determine the selected of members who would participate in the JKT48's 6th single. This event was the first edition, following the same event held by AKB48 and its local sister groups. The election determined the top 16 members with the most votes to fill 16 positions on two songs; the top 16 (Japanese: senbatsu (選抜)) would be featured in the main single. The order of blocking (dancing position) was determined by the result of the vote from the fans. In this case, the number one position would place the member as the center on the single. The election result was revealed at the ANTV Epicentrum Studio Complex, South Jakarta and broadcast live on antv on 26 April 2014. The event was emceed by Irgy Ahmad Fahrezy, the former host of Indonesian Idol (first and second season), and Christie Julia. All 40 of JKT48 members active as of 5 March 2014 participated. On 25 March, all 31 remaining members from the newly-introduced third generation members entered the contest.[47]

The top 16 members were featured in the single "Gingham Check", released on 11 June 2014.

Timeline[edit]
  • 5 March 2014: Voting period opened for serial numbers obtained from JKT48 single "Flying Get", JKT48 Official Fan Club privilege, and ballots distributed after every theater show.
  • 15 March 2014: First round results announcement
  • 16–22 March 2014: Voting period for serial numbers obtained by downloading the said single in the official mobile content menu.
  • 25 March 2014: Second round results announcement
  • 23 April 2014, midnight: Voting period closed at all
  • 26 April 2014: Final results announcement[48]
Candidates[edit]

All 40 of JKT48 members active as of 5 March 2014 participated. On 25 March, all 31 remaining members from the newly-introduced third generation members entered the contest.[47]

Election results[edit]
Final
rank
Name Team Popular
vote[49][50]
Second round result[51][52] First round result[53][54]
Popular vote Rank Popular vote Rank
1 Melody Nurramdhani Laksani J 14,541 7,969 1 475 1
2 Jessica Veranda J 13,285 6,465 2 370 7
3 Haruka Nakagawa J 13,276 2,718 14 460 2
4 Shania Junianatha J 12,859 2,741 13 342 8
5 Beby Chaesara Anadila J 12,015 6,059 3 415 4
6 Nabilah Ratna Ayu Azalia J 11,872 2,587 15 371 6
7 Rica Leyona J 11,372 5,914 5 N/A N/A
8 Devi Kinal Putri J 10,031 6,013 4 396 5
9 Ghaida Farisya J 9,044 4,156 7 239 14
10 Viviyona Apriani KIII 8,917 4,439 6 N/A N/A
11 Ratu Vienny Fitrilya KIII 7,149 2,980 10 434 3
12 Cindy Yuvia KIII 6,669 N/A N/A 254 11
13 Thalia KIII 6,290 2,934 11 N/A N/A
14 Ayana Shahab J 6,259 N/A N/A 340 9
15 Jennifer Hanna KIII 5,144 3,015 8 N/A N/A
16 Jessica Vania J 4,178 2,995 9 242 13
nr Rona Anggreani KIII N/A 2,797 12 N/A N/A
nr Lidya Maulida Djuhandar KIII N/A 2,316 16 N/A N/A
nr Thalia Ivanka Elizabeth J N/A N/A N/A 338 10
nr Sinka Juliani KIII N/A N/A N/A 246 12
nr Sendy Ariani J N/A N/A N/A 238 15
nr Saktia Oktapyani Trainee N/A N/A N/A 211 16

2015[edit]

JKT48 10th Single's Members Election
Date27 March – 30 April 2015
(voting period)
2 May 2015
(final results announcement)
PresentersAdi Nugroho
Tiffany Orie
VenueTanah Airku Theater, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, East Jakarta
BroadcasterNET
Entrants64 members
WinnerJessica Veranda (Team J)[45]
← 2014
2016 →

JKT48 10th Single's Members Election (Indonesian: Pemilihan Member Single ke 10 JKT48) was a chain of annual event to determine the selected of members who would participate in the 10th single of idol group JKT48. This event was the second edition and the first to feature members ranked 17 to 32. It followed the same event held by AKB48 and its local sister groups. The election determined the top 32 members with the most votes to fill 32 positions on two songs; the top 16 (Japanese: senbatsu (選抜)) would be featured in the main single and the rest on the coupling song. The order of blocking (dancing position) was determined by the result of the vote from the fans. In this case, the number one position would place the member as the center on the single. The election result was revealed at Tanah Airku Theater, inside the Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, on 2 May 2015. It was broadcast live on NET and hosted by Adi Nugroho, former host of Akademi Fantasi Indosiar, and Tiffany Orie, contestant of Indonesian Idol's fifth season.

The top 16 members were featured in JKT48's 10th single, "Refrain Penuh Harapan"[45] and the members ranked 17 to 32 sang the B-side "Value Milikku Saja";[55] the recording was released on 27 May 2015.

Timeline[edit]
  • 27 March 2015: Voting period opened for serial numbers obtained from JKT48 single "Pareo wa Emerald", JKT48 Official Fan Club privilege, and ballots distributed after every theater show.
  • 7 April 2015: First round results announcement
  • 8–12 April 2015: Voting period for serial numbers obtained by downloading the said single in the official mobile content menu.
  • 14 April 2015: Second round results announcement
  • 1 May 2015, midnight: Voting period closed at all
  • 2 May 2015: Final results announcement[56]
Categorization[edit]

The top 16 would sing the main single, while members ranked 17 to 32, called Under Girls, would sing the B-side.

Candidates[edit]

All 61 of JKT48 members active as of 27 March 2015 participated.[57]

Election results[edit]
Final
rank
Name Team Popular
vote[58]
Progress from 2014 Second round result[59] First round result[60]
Popular vote Rank Popular vote Rank
1 Jessica Veranda J 22,404 Increase 1 9,567 2 1,693 4
2 Haruka Nakagawa J 21,882 Increase 1 3,440 13 1,044 12
3 Melody Nurramdhani Laksani J 20,107 Decrease 2 10,180 1 840 17
4 Andela Yuwono T 17,610 New entry 4,395 10 1,593 4
5 Devi Kinal Putri J 16,574 Increase 3 7,126 4 616 25
6 Shania Junianatha J 15,984 Decrease 2 7,696 3 1361 7
7 Ratu Vienny Fitrilya KIII 15,876 Increase 4 4,355 11 1,232 8
8 Priscillia Sari Dewi KIII 15,188 New entry 6,293 6 2,727 1
9 Cindy Yuvia KIII 14,919 Increase 3 3,422 14 759 22
10 Nabilah Ratna Ayu Azalia J 14,853 Increase 4 6,335 5 1167 10
11 Riskha Fairunissa KIII 14,846 New entry 4,498 9 2,580 2
12 Beby Chaesara Anadila J 13,105 Decrease 7 3,154 20 760 21
13 Ghaida Farisya J 12,908 Decrease 4 5,152 7 676 23
14 Ayana Shahab J 12,631 Steady 0 3,045 21 763 20
15 Sendy Ariani J 12,585 New entry 4,645 8 1997 3
16 Gabriela Margareth Warouw J 11,690 New entry 3,267 18 1,019 14
17 Elaine Hartanto T 10,861 New entry 3418 15 1,536 6
18 Rina Chikano KIII 10,276 New entry 3,850 12 1,047 11
19 Frieska Anastasia Laksani J 10,025 New entry 3,004 22 1,168 9
20 Michelle Christo Kusnadi T 8,106 New entry 2,205 31 672 24
21 Rona Anggreani KIII 7,517 New entry 3,223 19 766 19
22 Thalia KIII 6,327 Decrease 8 2,864 25 792 18
23 Jennifer Hanna KIII 5,852 Decrease 8 2,487 27 600 26
24 Shinta Naomi KIII 5,624 New entry 2,720 26 897 16
25 Viviyona Apriani KIII 5,555 Decrease 15 3,349 16 540 28
26 Jessica Vania J 5,332 Decrease 10 2,885 24 N/A N/A
27 Sinka Juliani KIII 5,111 New entry 2,108 32 547 27
28 Dwi Putri Bonita KIII 4,999 New entry 2,395 18 329 31
29 Maria Genoveva Natalia
Desy Purnamasari Gunawan
T 4,866 New entry 3,291 17 915 15
30 Rezky Wiranti Dhike J 4,866 New entry 2,904 23 1031 13
31 Lidya Maulida Djuhandar KIII 4,420 New entry 2,231 30 433 30
32 Shani Indira Natio T 2,330 New entry 2,331 29 N/A N/A
nr Ayu Safira Oktaviani T N/A Steady N/A N/A 458 29
nr Aninditha Rahma Cahyadi T N/A Steady N/A N/A 307 32

2016[edit]

JKT48 13th Single's Members Election
Date23 March – 5 May 2016
(voting period)
7 May 2016
(final results announcement)
PresentersAdi Nugroho
Reinita Arlin
VenueGelora Bung Karno Stadium, Central Jakarta
BroadcasterRTV
Entrants60 members
WinnerJessica Veranda (Team J)[45]
SloganMembuat Perubahan
(Make A Change)
← 2015
2017 →

JKT48 13th Single's Members Election (Indonesian: Pemilihan Member Single ke-13 JKT48) was a chain of event to determine the selected of members who would participate in the 13th single of idol group JKT48. This event was the third edition, having held annually since 2014. The election determined the top 32 members with the most votes to fill 32 positions on two songs; the top 16 (Japanese: senbatsu (選抜)) would be featured in the main single and the rest on the coupling song. The order of blocking (dancing position) was determined by the result of the vote from the fans. In this case, the number one position would place the member as the center on the single. The election result was revealed at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Central Jakarta on 7 May 2016 and broadcast live on RTV. The event was emceed by Adi Nugroho, who had been emceed the same event previously, and Reinita Arlin. This was one of the last events hosted by the stadium before its closure for renovation due to the 2018 Asian Games.

The top 16 members were featured in JKT48's 13th single, "Hanya Lihat ke Depan"[61] and the members ranked 17 to 32 sang the B-side "Tidak Boleh Pelukan"; the recording was released on 1 June 2016.

Timeline[edit]
  • 23 March 2016: Voting period opened for serial numbers obtained from JKT48 album "Mahagita", JKT48 Official Fan Club privilege, and ballots distributed after every theater show.[62]
  • 6 April 2016: First round results announcement
  • 7–17 April 2016: Voting period for serial numbers obtained by downloading the said album in the official mobile content menu.
  • 15 April 2016: Second round results announcement
  • 6 May 2016, midnight: Voting period closed at all
  • 7 May 2016: Final results announcement[63]
Categorization[edit]

The top 16 would sing the main single, while members ranked 17 to 32, called Under Girls, would sing the B-side.

Candidates[edit]

All 60 of JKT48 members active as of 23 March 2016 participated.[64]

Election results[edit]
Final
rank
Name Team Popular
vote[65]
Progress from 2015 Second round result[66] First round result[67]
Popular vote Rank Popular vote Rank
1 Jessica Veranda J 42,005 Steady 0 11,256 3 2,920 5
2 Ghaida Farisya J 41,918 Increase 12 16,116 1 6,371 1
3 Haruka Nakagawa T 40,413 Decrease 1 5244 12 1,431 18
4 Cindy Yuvia KIII 27,008 Increase 5 10,897 4 1,299 21
5 Melody Nurramdhani Laksani J 25,679 Decrease 2 5,733 10 1,501 15
6 Shania Junianatha J 25,532 Steady 0 9,912 5 1,515 14
7 Priscillia Sari Dewi KIII 25,521 Increase 1 8,791 6 N/A N/A
8 Nabilah Ratna Ayu Azalia J 23,992 Increase 2 4,397 16 1,701 12
9 Rina Chikano KIII 23,897 Increase 9 12,027 2 4,378 2
10 Devi Kinal Putri KIII 20,022 Decrease 5 3,620 19 644 28
11 Shania Gracia T 19,782 New entry 5,978 9 nr N/A
12 Michelle Christo Kusnadi T 19,683 Increase 9 4,543 15 1,767 11
13 Gabriela Margareth Warouw J 19,659 Increase 3 N/A N/A N/A N/A
14 Dena Siti Rohyati J 17,312 New entry 6,343 8 N/A N/A
15 Dwi Putri Bonita KIII 17,157 Increase 13 4,584 14 1,113 24
16 Thalia Ivanka Elizabeth J 16,011 New entry 4,052 18 2,233 8
17 Sinka Juliani KIII 15,988 Increase 10 2,531 27 1,455 16
18 Saktia Oktapyani KIII 15,383 New entry 4,153 17 2,678 6
19 Ayana Shahab J 15,202 Decrease 5 N/A N/A N/A N/A
20 Nadila Cindi Wantari KIII 15,130 New entry 5,441 11 3,232 4
21 Riskha Fairunissa KIII 13,004 Decrease 5 3,487 22 1,877 10
22 Beby Chaesara Anadila J 12,862 Decrease 10 2,901 25 N/A N/A
23 Shinta Naomi J 12,592 Increase 1 6,347 7 3,716 3
24 Natalia KIII 9,888 New entry 3,573 21 2,482 7
25 Sendy Ariani J 8,257 Decrease 10 3,076 24 1,526 13
26 Shani Indira Natio T 8,221 Increase 6 3,611 20 667 27
27 Ni Made Ayu Vania Aurellia T 8,213 New entry 3,420 23 1,132 23
28 Della Delila KIII 8,173 New entry 2,276 30 1,444 17
29 Ratu Vienny Fitrilya KIII 8,165 Decrease 22 2,317 29 861 25
30 Viviyona Apriani KIII 8,147 Decrease 5 N/A N/A N/A N/A
31 Jessica Vania J 8,133 Decrease 6 2,164 32 542 32
32 Nadhifa Salsabila T 8,130 New entry 4,878 13 1,310 20
nr Syahfira Angela Nurhaliza T N/A Steady 2,876 26 2,196 9
nr Jennifer Hanna KIII N/A Decrease ≥10 2,473 28 1,256 22
nr Alicia Chanzia KIII N/A Steady 2,214 31 1,422 19
nr Frieska Anastasia Laksani J N/A Decrease ≥14 N/A N/A 767 26
nr Feni Fitriyanti T N/A Steady N/A N/A 635 29
nr Rona Anggreani KIII N/A Decrease ≥12 N/A N/A 599 30
nr Aninditha Rahma Cahyadi T N/A Steady N/A N/A 597 31

2017[edit]

JKT48 17th Single's Members Election
Date8 March – 20 April 2017
(voting period)
22 April 2017
(final results announcement)
PresentersAdi Nugroho
Rey Utami
VenueBalai Sarbini, South Jakarta
BroadcasterRTV[68]
Entrants64 members
WinnerShani Indira Natio (Team KIII)[45][69]
SloganSiapa yang Akan Membuat Zaman Baru?
(Who Will Make the New Age?)
← 2016
2018 →

JKT48 17th Single's Members Election (Indonesian: Pemilihan Member Single ke-17 JKT48) was a chain of event to determine the selected of members who would participate in the 17th single of idol group JKT48. This event was the fourth edition, having held annually since 2014. The election determined the top 32 members with the most votes to fill 32 positions on two songs; the top 16 (Japanese: senbatsu (選抜)) would be featured in the main single and the rest on the coupling song. The order of blocking (dancing position) was determined by the result of the vote from the fans. In this case, the number one position would place the member as the center on the single. The election result was revealed at the Balai Sarbini, South Jakarta on 22 April 2017 and broadcast live on RTV. The event was emceed by Adi Nugroho, who had been emceed the same event twice, and Rey Utami.

The top 16 members were featured in JKT48's 17th single, "Indahnya Senyum Manismu..."[45] and the members ranked 17 to 32 sang the B-side "Sedikit Saja I Love You!"; the recording was released in music card on 8 June 2017 and in CD-DVD on 4 August 2017.

Timeline[edit]
  • 8 March 2017: Voting period opened for serial numbers obtained from JKT48 single "So Long!", greatest hits album "JKT48 Festival Greatest Hits", JKT48 Official Fan Club privilege, and ballots distributed after every theater show.
  • 18 March 2017: First round results announcement
  • 1 April 2017: Second round results announcement
  • 3–7 April 2017: Period for obtaining serial numbers by downloading the said single in the official mobile content menu.
  • 3–9 April 2017: Voting period for serial numbers obtained by downloading from the official mobile content menu.
  • 21 April 2017, midnight: Voting period closed at all
  • 22 April 2017: Final results announcement[70]
Categorization[edit]

The top 16 would sing the main single, while members ranked 17 to 32, called Under Girls, would sing the B-side.

Candidates[edit]

64 out of 66 JKT48 members active as of 8 March 2017 participated.[71] The two remaining, Jessica Vania and Jessica Veranda, had announced their graduation earlier that year and did not participate in the election. Note that Melody Nurramdhani Laksani was stated twice due to her dual-membership back then.

Election results[edit]
Final
rank
Name Team Popular
vote[72]
Progress from 2016
or last elected
Second round result[73] First round result[74]
Popular vote Rank Popular vote Rank
1 Shani Indira Natio KIII 47,717 Increase 25 13,582 1 5,856 2
2 Ayana Shahab KIII 44,034 Increase 17 7,980 3 6,068 1
3 Melody Nurramdhani Laksani J, T 41,684 Increase 2 4,061 12 2,613 5
4 Shania Gracia KIII 40,685 Increase 7 9,012 2 3,146 4
5 Cindy Yuvia KIII 37,477 Decrease 1 4,163 11 2,172 10
6 Rina Chikano KIII 34,976 Increase 3 4,357 8 481 29
7 Made Devi Ranita Ningtara T 33,618 New entry 4946 6 1,568 20
8 Shania Junianatha J 31,765 Decrease 2 2,451 18 1,943 13
9 Saktia Oktapyani J 27,092 Increase 9 7,111 4 2,052 11
10 Aninditha Rahma Cahyadi KIII 22,637 New entry 6,133 5 2,413 7
11 Rona Anggreani KIII 22,611 Increase ≥22
Increase 10 (2015)
3,183 15 2,282 8
12 Frieska Anastasia Laksani KIII 21,264 Increase ≥21
Increase 7 (2015)
2,419 19 N/A N/A
13 Michelle Christo Kusnadi J 19,315 Decrease 1 2,721 17 1,824 16
14 Beby Chaesara Anadila KIII 17,004 Increase 8 4,656 7 2,450 6
15 Devi Kinal Putri J 15,803 Decrease 5 1,097 31 574 28
16 Nabilah Ratna Ayu Azalia J 15,134 Decrease 8 1,333 29 395 30
17 Ayu Safira Oktaviani KIII 14,661 New entry 4,241 10 1,875 15
18 Tan Zhi Hui Celine T 14,389 New entry 4,328 9 3,313 3
19 Violeta Burhan T 13,619 New entry 1,384 27 838 27
20 Cindy Hapsari
Maharani Pujiantoro Putri
T 12,038 New entry 3,034 16 941 25
21 Maria Genoveva Natalia
Desy Purnamasari Gunawan
KIII 11,725 Increase ≥12
Increase 8 (2015)
3,483 14 1,909 14
22 Ratu Vienny Fitrilya KIII 11,094 Increase 7 2,277 20 1,538 21
23 Adhisty Zara T 9,173 New entry 1,825 23 1,480 22
24 Viviyona Apriani J 8,468 Increase 6 3,609 13 2,231 9
25 Melati Putri Rahel Sesilia T 7,470 New entry 1,159 30 1,122 24
26 Nurhayati T 7,379 New entry 2,036 22 1,989 12
27 Della Delila J 6,801 Increase 1 978 32 927 26
28 Fakhriyani Shafariyanti KIII 6,584 New entry 2,232 21 1,749 17
29 Alicia Chanzia KIII 6,345 New entry N/A N/A N/A N/A
30 Lidya Maulida Djuhandar KIII 6,188 Increase ≥3
Increase 1 (2015)
N/A N/A N/A N/A
31 Dena Siti Rohyati J 6,065 Decrease 17 1,381 28 1,360 23
32 Syahfira Angela Nurhaliza J 5,690 New entry 1,582 26 N/A N/A
nr Fransisca Saraswati Puspa Dewi KIII N/A Steady 1,728 24 1,673 19
nr Dwi Putri Bonita J N/A Decrease ≥18 1,725 25 1,717 18
nr Sinka Juliani J N/A Decrease ≥16 N/A N/A 301 31
nr Christi T N/A Steady N/A N/A 273 32

2018[edit]

JKT48 20th Single's Members Election
Date8 September – 14 November 2018
(voting period)
17 November 2018
(final results announcement)
PresentersJeremy Teti
Hana Qosim
VenueSleman City Hall, Sleman, Yogyakarta Special Region
BroadcasterStreamed from Upme
Entrants66 members
WinnerCindy Yuvia (Team J)[75]
SloganRe:Boost
← 2017
2019 →

JKT48 20th Single's Members Election (Indonesian: Pemilihan Member Single ke-20 JKT48) was a chain of event to determine the selected of members who would participate in the 20th single of idol group JKT48. This event was the fifth edition, having held annually since 2014. The election determined the top 32 members with the most votes to fill 32 positions on two songs; the top 16 (Japanese: senbatsu (選抜)) will be featured in the main single and the rest on the coupling song. The order of blocking (dancing position) was determined by the result of the vote from the fans. In this case, the number one position would place the member as the center on the single. The election result was revealed at Sleman City Hall in Sleman, Yogyakarta Special Region on 17 November 2018;[76] the first time that the final results announcement held not in Jakarta. It was emceed by Jeremy Teti and Hana Qosim.

The top 16 members will be featured in JKT48's 20th single, "High Tension" and the members ranked 17 to 32 sang the B-side "Musim yang Selanjutnya";[77] the recording is to be released in January and February 2019.

Timeline[edit]
  • 8 September 2018: Voting period opened for serial numbers obtained from JKT48 double single "UZA / Everyday, Kachuusha", JKT48 Circus music cards, JKT48 Official Fan Club privilege, and ballots distributed after every theater show.[45]
  • 29 September 2018: First round results announcement[78]
  • 30 September 2018: Release of Saka Agari music card, accompanied with serial numbers.
  • 26 October 2018: Second round results announcement[79]
  • 5–9 November 2018: Period for obtaining serial numbers by downloading a content in the official mobile content menu.[80]
  • 15 November 2018, midnight: Voting period closed at all[81]
  • 17 November 2018: Final results announcement
Categorization[edit]

The top 16 will sing the main single, while members ranked 17 to 32, called Under Girls, will sing the B-side.

Candidates[edit]

55 out of 60 JKT48 members active as of 8 September 2018 participated. The other five had announced their graduation before the election process commences and thus do not participate in the election. Two of them would eventually left the group amid the election process.

On 1 November 2018, Putri Cahyaning Anggraini became the first member ever to drop candidacy. She was dismissed by the management.[82]

On 2 November 2018, twelve seventh-generation members who had been promoted to the Class A of the Academy entered the election.[82] When the voting period was over, there were 66 out of 76 members still in the race. The additional 7 members not participating were the remaining seventh generation members, who were still in the Class B of the Academy.[83]

Election results[edit]
Final
rank
Name Team Popular
vote[84]
Progress from 2017
or last elected
Second round result[85] First round result[86]
Popular vote Rank Popular vote Rank
1 Cindy Yuvia J 68,031 Increase 4 27,350 1 14,101 1
2 Shani Indira Natio KIII 47,654 Decrease 1 27,349 2 3,562 11
3 Sinka Juliani J 39,652 Increase ≥30
Increase 14 (2016)
18,483 3 9,102 3
4 Feni Fitriyanti J 37,220 New entry 11,804 7 6,406 5
5 Nurhayati J 27,259 Increase 21 13,643 5 6,238 6
6 Ayu Safira Oktaviani T 26,487 Increase 11 9,146 11 1,327 22
7 Stephanie Pricilla Indarto Putri J 26,283 New entry 9,576 10 5,196 7
8 Shania Gracia KIII 24,670 Decrease 4 17,415 4 2,234 16
9 Ratu Vienny Fitrilya KIII 22,554 Increase 13 4,492 20 2,002 17
10 Ayana Shahab T 22,291 Decrease 2 7,220 13 1,690 19
11 Beby Chaesara Anadila KIII 22,065 Increase 3 10,800 8 5,163 8
12 Viviyona Apriani KIII 19,237 Increase 12 8,201 12 7,207 4
13 Aninditha Rahma Cahyadi KIII 17,824 Decrease 3 10,318 9 2,897 13
14 Jinan Safa Safira T 17,511 New entry 12,694 6 10,133 2
15 Michelle Christo Kusnadi J 14,116 Decrease 2 5,188 18 1,211 25
16 Gabryela Marcelina Academy A 13,587 New entry 2,258 27 N/A N/A
17 Thalia Ivanka Elizabeth T 10,510 Increase ≥16
Decrease 1 (2016)
5,559 15 3,205 12
18 Maria Genoveva Natalia
Desy Purnamasari Gunawan
KIII 10,276 Increase 3 5,431 16 2,445 14
19 Eve Antoinette Ichwan Academy A 9,901 New entry 3,075 23 2,365 15
20 Melati Putri Rahel Sesilia T 9,839 Increase 5 6,498 14 N/A N/A
21 Rona Anggreani KIII 8,747 Decrease 10 5,391 17 3,657 10
22 Tan Zhi Hui Celine T 8,076 Decrease 4 2,388 26 1,373 21
23 Nadila Cindi Wantari KIII 7,848 Increase ≥10
Decrease 3 (2016)
2,939 24 575 29
24 Fidly Immanda Azzahra T 7,528 New entry 4,259 21 1,741 18
25 Shania Junianatha J 7,481 Decrease 17 5,126 19 4,064 9
26 Sonia Natalia T 6,193 New entry 3,930 22 1,314 23
27 Cindy Hapsari
Maharani Pujiantoro Putri
J 5,239 Decrease 7 1,753 30 813 27
28 Natalia KIII 4,474 Increase ≥5
Decrease 4 (2016)
1,750 31 757 28
29 Gabriela Margareth Warouw J 4,295 Increase ≥4
Decrease 16 (2016)
2,699 25 1,254 24
30 Fransisca Saraswati Puspa Dewi KIII 3,977 New entry 2,101 28 1,187 26
31 Frieska Anastasia Laksani J 3,350 Decrease 19 2,018 29 1,603 20
32 Adhisty Zara T 1,867 Decrease 9 1,264 32 481 30
nr Erika Ebisawa Kuswan KIII N/A Steady N/A N/A 451 31
nr Hasyakyla Utami Kusumawardhani T N/A Steady N/A N/A 347 32
Aftermath[edit]
  • Cindy Yuvia became the highest-voted member in a single election and created the biggest winning margin (20,377 votes).
  • For the first time there were Academy members (formerly called Trainees) elected to either top 16 or the rest. Gabryela Marcelina will be the first Academy member to be a Senbatsu since Adriani Elisabeth in "Love Trip" (2016).
  • Group captain Shania Junianatha reached all-time low election result. During her acceptance speech, she announced her graduation.[87]
  • Other members with all-time low rank (ever ranked twice or more, aside of not ranked at all) were Adhisty Zara, Gabriela Warouw, Frieska Laksani, Natalia, Cindy Hapsari, Nadila Cindi, Tan Zhi Hui Celine, Thalia Ivanka, and Aninditha Rahma Cahyadi.
  • Members with all-time high rank (ever ranked twice or more, aside of not ranked at all) were Cindy Yuvia, Sinka Juliani, Nurhayati, Ayu Safira Oktaviani, Maria Genoveva Natalia Desy Purnamasari Gunawan, and Melati Putri.

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