Ulala is the main heroine of Space Channel 5, the video game series from Sega. Ulala carries around a microphone and 2 guns called the Chu beam and Hey beam. Her Chu beam is used for shooting aliens, robots and other attackers and the Hey beam (formerly named rescue beam) is used for rescuing people from dancing. Ulala can play musical instruments like drums, guitar, piano, and other instruments. Ulala is good at dancing. She had saved the galaxy from Chief Blank and Purge from making it dancing.
Her boss is named fuse and rival is Pudding. The person who saved her when she was a child was called jaguar. Ulala stared in many games such as sonic all stars racing, Project x zone, Sega all star tennis, and some more.
Ulala is Space Channel 5's star reporter and a huge hit with the galaxy audience.
When she was, Ulala was the sole survivor of a spaceship accident. She was rescued from the predicament by a Space Channel 5 reporter, and the rescue inspired Ulala to become a reporter as a gratitude for the station that saved her life. The reporter that saved Ulala soon left Channel 5 however, and she never got to thank him for saving her. Eight years later, Ulala soon got to work with the station. However, it wasn't until another two years that she got her big break as a space reporter, during the Morolian Invasion in the first Space Channel 5.
Ulala is very self-confident, often heading into danger without showing the slight trace of fear. In Part 2 however, Ulala seems to lose some confidence against the Rhythm Rogues. She often exclaims shock at some of the drama in the game, such as when people are taken hostage. However, Ulala still retains plenty of her confidence from the prequel.
Ulala is self-assured and ready to meet any challenge, but also uniquely human, excitable and dramatic, and never without the help of friends and fans alike as a result.
Ulala is very proficient at dancing.