Ai Fairouz holds her role as Jolyne Cujoh quite close to her heart and with JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean releasing its final episodes on Netflix, with the role of the first female protagonist of the series causing the voice actor to enter into the business. With the final episodes hitting Netflix, the voice actor had to say goodbye to her role and in doing so, had quite the emotional response to leaving the anime adaptation.
Jolyne isn’t the only character that Ai Fairouz has voiced, with her biggest recent role outside of the Joestar world being the mischievous Blood Devil known as Power in Chainsaw Man. With the powerful fiend being one of Denji’s strongest allies, Fairouz has picked a worthwhile series to transition into following Jolyne Cujoh’s final adventure in the latest JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure season. Outside of these two franchises, you can catch Ai’s vocal talents in series such as Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon, the sequel to Inuyasha, and How Heavy Are Your Dumbbells You Lift?
Ai Fairouz took to her Official Twitter Account to share the photo that was taken following her last recording session as Jolyne Cujoh, with the voice actor unable to hold back her tears as she said goodbye to her character that had helped her to get into the voice acting business in the first place:
Without going too deep into spoiler territory, fans should prepare to say goodbye to Jolyne following the conclusion of Stone Ocean. While plenty of seasons prior to this one saw the return of Joestars, the events of the latest season create a wild new reality that helped to transition Hirohiko Araki into a wild new world. Steel Ball Run and JoJolion take place in new realities and should JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure return with new seasons following the Stone Ocean Finale, the anime would most likely begin with this unbelievable horse race.
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