BLACKPINK make their American morning show debut on "Good Morning America"

Esequiel Farfan
Febrero 12, 2019

Stephen Colbert introduced the band by holding up their EP Square Up and saying: 'Our guests are a wildly popular K-pop group who announced their first USA tour today and are making their American television debut tonight'.

BLACKPINK are the second K-pop girl group to appear on late night USA television, after Girls' Generation performed on The Late Show, then hosted by David Letterman, back in 2012. The Monday TV appearance will be followed by the girls' further representation on ABC's "Good Morning America" on Tuesday and "Strahan and Sara" to be aired on Friday.

With their North American tour coming up, BLACKPINK was asked, "You're bringing your incredible band to America - why do you think it's time, why is the USA ready for BLACKPINK?"

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The four-piece girl band staged live their latest, wildly successful song, "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du" on the late night CBS show on Monday (US time) at the Ed Sullivan Theater in NY.

The North American dates on the In Your Area World Tour kick off on April 17 in Los Angeles.

After touring more North American cities, including Hamilton and Atlanta, the group will move on to Europe and Australia.

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