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Sailor Venus hands Sailor Moon an envelope, telling her that it is an apology for what happened that day, then leaves. Sailor Moon opens it to find tickets to Minako's concert, and wonders why Sailor Venus had them. Endymion says that it's because that is her own concert, and is startled to find that Sailor Moon didn't know. It takes her a minute to figure out what he means, but once she does, Sailor Moon is stunned.
 
Sailor Venus hands Sailor Moon an envelope, telling her that it is an apology for what happened that day, then leaves. Sailor Moon opens it to find tickets to Minako's concert, and wonders why Sailor Venus had them. Endymion says that it's because that is her own concert, and is startled to find that Sailor Moon didn't know. It takes her a minute to figure out what he means, but once she does, Sailor Moon is stunned.
  
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At the concert, Minako performs her song, "[[Romance]]," before an enthusiastic crowd. Usagi and Mamoru rush in late and stand at the back to watch. While singing, Minako suddenly becomes dizzy and collapses on stage; the stage crew rushes in and surrounds her while Usagi watches, distressed.
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At the concert, Minako performs her song, "[[Romance]]", before an enthusiastic crowd. Usagi and Mamoru rush in late and stand at the back to watch. While singing, Minako suddenly becomes dizzy and collapses on stage; the stage crew rushes in and surrounds her while Usagi watches, distressed.
  
 
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