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Rise the Curtain! The Long-Awaited Noble Party! (幕よあがれ!憧れのノーブルパーティ! Maku yo Agare! Akogare no Nōburu Pāti!?) is the ninth episode of Go! Princess Pretty Cure.

InfoEdit

  • Air Date:March 29, 2015
  • Previous:Episode 8
  • Next:Episode 10
  • Opening:Miracle Go! Princess Pretty Cure
  • Ending:Dreaming☆Princess Pretty Cure

Major EventsEdit

  • It is revealed that Minami has been afraid of ghosts since she was little.

SynopsisEdit

It Noble Party at last, everybody dress up and head to the ball. Minami work hard to make an arrangement for the party and they all dress up and head to the ball. Reiko think it ok to bring Puff. Minami make an announcement before toast their drink and enjoy themself.

Haruka had a feeling that Minami been keep helping people by herself. When Haruka dance she almost fall but saved by Minami and tell her that she want to help the other like her father and brother. While picking food, Haruka again encounter Yuki and keep arguing before his fan pull him away.

Later, Close targets the director who dream of becoming a Horror film director and creates a camera Zetsuborg. The light shut off and they all evacuate as Minami check around with Shu and Naoto. she discovered the Zetsuborg and transform but shown that she is fear of ghost and unable to fight it.

Haruka and Kirara also find Minami and they find that Mermaid is fighting and they transform together. Twinkle hold the Zetsuborg and Flora tell Mermaid that she is afraid. Twinkle was trapped and Flora and Mermaid stick together so Mermaid no need to be afraid and she use Mermaid Ripple to defeat the Zetsuborg. With the light on, everybody continue to enjoy the party, Shu and Naoto ask Minami for dance but she decline and choose to dance with Haruka.

CharactersEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The sponsor cards features art from the All Stars movie in place of the Cures.
  • The dresses that Haruka, Minami and Kirara wore are similar to their Cure forms.
  • In one scene, only Cure Mermaid's hair is shown and the rest of her body is missing.
  • The Waltz music played is Johann Strauss's "Blue Danube."