Unaired episode included in the seventh Blu-ray and DVD volumes.
Haruka is busy working at the agency so she can't help the idols with the preparations for the Christmas Party held by Shining Agency. A lot of memories and information are revealed while Starish is preparing for the party.
I mean, we didn't need this episode, but I still liked it.
There isn't much of a story here, it's just a bit of time to hang out with these characters. Actually, you will get a bit of development for a few new characters that were introduced this season, and you'll learn a few things about the characters we've known since season one. I really love the way that this anime tells the boys' stories, and this episode also delivered in that area.
The music was entrancing, as always. The art in this anime is not something I was expecting to love so much, but the character
designs are really nice to watch. In addition to that, this anime does lighting really well, which is showcased nicely in this episode since it's a Christmas episode. Lighting is something that a lot of anime doesn't really hit the mark on, but this anime really runs away with it and makes it look beautiful.
Overall, this episode was a heartwarming, comforting episode that I think you'll like if you like this series.
I would say this is my favourite episode. Regardless of just being a special, I would say this is also the most funniest one of them all. Mainly because of Kurosaki Ranmaru, and his reaction when “meat” and high grade food is mentioned. It really makes him seem like a completely different character, in comparison to how he acts in the main episodes of Uta no Prince-Sama. Of course overall I think that everyone has a funny character, and this really sets it apart from the main storyline. If you want to have a bit of a laugh, then you need to see this special