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BLACKPINK To Make Their Debut On “The Late Late Show With James Corden”
Following their successful debut on U.S. national television, BLACKPINK is more than prepared to take their American takeover to the next level.
BLINKS can look forward to seeing their favorite girl group on television once more, as BLACKPINK is set to make their debut on The Late Late Show with James Corden!
The quartet is the second Korean act, and the first K-Pop girl group to be featured on the show! Jisoo, Rose, Jennie, and Lisa will be sharing the stage with guest actors Andrew Garfield and Lake Bell. They are set to perform their latest hit, “Kill This Love“, on the April 18th episode.
Earlier this year, BLACKPINK made their debut in the United States through a series of performances on morning and evening television shows. The quartet made their debut on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, which aired on February 11. The following day, the group performed in Times Square for CBS’ Good Morning America performing their hit song “DDU-DU DDU-DU”.
They also sat down for an interview on Strahan and Sara on February 15, where they performed “Forever Young” from their mini-album, Square Up.
Prior to this appearance, the girls will be kicking off their In Your Area tour of the United States! The girls will first perform on April 17, at The Forum in California. From there, the girls will be performing in Illinois’ Allstate Arena on April 24. They will also be at Hamilton’s FirstOntario Center in April 27.
The girl group will be holding a two-day concert at Newark’s Prudential Center on May 1 and 2. On May 5, the girls will be bringing their tour to Atlanta’s Infinite Energy Arena. To wrap up their In Your Area tour, they will be holding another two-day concert in Texas’ Fort Worth Convention Center on May 8 and 9.