Black Pink will appear on the famous U.S. morning news show “Good Morning America,” according to YG Entertainment.
Good Morning America (GMA), which will be broadcast on ABC, officially announced on Wednesday (local time) that Black Pink will perform live at Times Square studio to make its U.S. debut next Tuesday.
Black Pink will appear on “Good Morning America” on the 12th and “Strahan and Sara (GMA Day)” on the 15th and will meet with American viewers.
Black Pink will perform live at the Good Morning America studio in Times Square, New York.
“Black Pink will make their first U.S. debut on Good Morning America next week,” ABC News said. “Black Pink already made an official announcement on the U.S. tour, made a main name on the Coachella Lineup poster, and signed with Interscope Records, which includes Lady Gaga, Zedd, and Selena Gomez,” Black Pink’s global influence.
“Black Pink officially announced its appearance on major U.S. networks, proving that 2019 will be a year of huge popularity in the U.S. beyond Korea,” the U.S. economic magazine Forbes said.
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“Black Pink has proved that it is a pop group that has already become a target of envy in the U.S. even if there is no promotion in the U.S.,” it said. “Coachella Lineup Poster that was named as the main character, collaboration with Dua Lipa and Entering the Billboard Main Chart.”
The U.S. Billboard also noted Black Pink’s amazing performance, saying, “Black Pink will grab the audience’s attention on the Times Square stage in one breath,” and “Enter the Billboard Main Chart” and “DDU-DU DDU-DU, the K-pop group’s music video that has the highest hits of the year.”
Black Pink, in collaboration with the Interscope of Universal Music Group, the largest music company in the U.S. last year, is expected to enter the U.S. On April 12 and 19, K-pop idol groups will perform the first K-pop festival “Coachella,” which is the largest music festival in the U.S.
Black Pink will host its first world tour on a large scale to meet fans from around the world. Black Pink, which sold out a total of three performances in Bangkok to mark the successful start of their Asian tour, will also hold concerts in North America, Europe, and Australia to join local fans.