BLACKPINK To Be The First K-Pop Girl Group To Appear On “Good Morning America”

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BLACKPINK on GMA, everyone!

BLACKPINK will make its debut on US television this month via ABC’s Good Morning America.

Jisoo, Lisa, Rosé, and Jennie will grace the American morning television show on February 12, making them the first K-Pop girl group to appear on the show.

Good Morning America confirmed the performance of the quartet live in-studio at Times Square on February 5 through its Twitter account, @GMA.

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Additionally, the girl group will also appear on ABC’s new show Strahan and Sara, hosted by Michael Strahan and Sara Haines, on February 15.

The upcoming US television debut of BLACKPINK puts the girls at the center of attention especially on the prospect of expanding promotions to the United States.


(Photo from YG Entertainment)

This year, Jisoo, Lisa, Rosé, and Jennie will perform on the Coachella stage, creating another history for K-Pop as they become the first K-Pop girl group to do so.

In 2018, they launched a collaboration with Dua Lipa titled “Kiss and Make Up” and went on to create and break records with their latest hit “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du”.

Moreover, the members are in the middle of their 2019 World Tour BLACKPINK “In Your Area“, which has seen sold-out venues in its Asia stops. Following the end of the Asia leg of the world tour, they will hold concerts in Europe particularly in Amsterdam, Manchester, London, Berlin, Paris, and Barcelona.