Okay-pop girl-group BLACKPINK are hitting the airwaves with some high-profile U.S. tv appearances that culminated within the announcement of their first-ever U.S. tour.
The four-member South Korean group —Jisoo, Jennie, Lisa, and Rose — made their American TV debut Monday evening on World‘s “The Late Present with Stephen Colbert”, performing their hit single “Ddu-du Ddu-du”.
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Forward of the published, the group’s members took to social media to share some behind-the-scenes pictures from their go to to the Ed Sullivan Theater.
Colbert himself adopted swimsuit, sharing a backstage selfie with the group.
The next morning, BlackPink dropped by “Good Morning America” for an additional efficiency of the monitor, together with saying plans for a U.S. tour, set to kick off at Coachella in April.
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“We not too long ago acquired invited to carry out at Coachella, which is unbelievable and we’re actually, actually excited!” stated BLACKPINK’s Rose through the “GMA” look. “I assume we thought that it will be the best timing to kick off our U.S. tour.”
In the meantime, fan response on Twitter to BLACKPINK’s “Late Present” efficiency has been downright ecstatic — right here’s a sampling: