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Answered 2012-08-02 19:21:53

There is currently no Vocaloid with a blonde ponytail. There is, however, a fanmade, Neru Akita, who has a long side ponytail and yellow hair. Lily also has blonde hair, there may have been a PV of one of her songs with it done up in a ponytail.


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