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TWICE Earns 90th Music Show Win With “Fancy”
TWICE adds a meaningful milestone under their belts today as they collect their 90th music show win.
TWICE is primed to dominate the soundwaves with their “FANCY” vocals, and their music show performances with it. On May 6, the girls earned their 90th music show win on SBS’ Inkigayo.
Although the show did not broadcast this week in order to make way for the SBS Super Concert in Gwangju, SBS announced TWICE’s win on its website nonetheless.
Prior to this phenomenal achievement, TWICE has earned music show wins for “FANCY” on MBC’s Show Champion, and M! Countdown earlier this month. The commercial success of “FANCY” extends beyond music show wins as the girls topped six real-time charts in South Korea, as well as iTunes charts in 25 overseas regions. Within 24 hours, the “FANCY” music video garnered over 40 million views, beating the girls’ own record for “YES or YES”.
Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu earned their first music show win on M! Countdown with “Cheer Up” in May 2016. The nonet climbed to the top of music shows thereafter, eventually becoming the group with the most wins in a year.
TWICE will be embarking on TWICE WORLD TOUR 2019 TWICELIGHTS. The fancy nonet will be kicking off their world tour with a two-day concert at the KSPO Dome in Seoul, South Korea on May 25 and 26. From there, they will be performing at the IMPACT Arena, Muang Thong Thani in Bangkok, Thailand on June 15, before holding their first concert at the Mall of Asia Arena in Manila, Philippines on June 29. The girls will next grace the Singapore Indoor Stadium with their voices on July 13.
The girls will also tour the United States. They will fire up Los Angeles’ The Forum on July 17, and party with their ONCEs in Mexico City’s Palacio de los Deportes on July 19. To wrap up their US visit, they will perform at Newark’s Prudential Center on July 21, and Chicago’s Wintrust Arena on July 23. To cap things off, they will perform one last show at Kuala Lumpur’s Axiata Arena on August 17.