K-pop girl group TWICE is set to officially make an appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show next week, a month after BLACKPINK member Rosé went on the show.
TWICE & KELLY CLARKSON SHOW
ONCE! Heads up for us performing “CRY FOR ME” on @kellyclarksontv
Tuesday 4/27 2PM EST, 11AM PST,
Wednesday 4/28 3AM KST
— TWICE (@JYPETWICE) April 19, 2021
The eight girls will perform their latest single Cry For Me, which was just recently released in December, on the popular American daytime show on April 27, according to JYP Entertainment. The song on a toxic love-hate relationship was produced by American songwriters, including Ryan Tedder from the popular rock band OneRepublic, Melanie Joy Fontana, and Michel “Lindgren” Schulz.
The upbeat tempo dance number has topped iTunes charts in 20 countries and regions, including Brazil, Indonesia, and Thailand, and peaked at No. 2 on the worldwide iTunes song chart upon its release. It also topped Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart beginning of the year. K-Pop is on its way to world domination!
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The Kelly Clarkson Show and host Kelly have had numerous K-Pop idols on the show, featured K-pop stars such as Rosé of girl group BLACKPINK and boy band SEVENTEEN.
Twice is also set to release their long-awaited single Kura Kura in Japan on May 12 and another album in Korea in July. The group debuted in 2015 and has released fan favourite hits including Cheer Up, TT and Fancy.
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