The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
- Twice made their in-person U.S. television debut on the “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” Wednesday with a performance of their English-language track “The Feels.”
- The performance was uploaded to the show’s official YouTube channel where it was mistakenly titled “Who Won The PA GOP Senate Primary? | North Carolina Says Farewell To Madison Cawthorn.”
- The erroneous title was originally intended for a video of Colbert’s opening monologue.
- The mixup went viral with many online users finding the incident amusing.
K-pop girl group Twice made their in-person U.S. television debut on the “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” with a performance of their English-language track “The Feels.” The show’s YouTube channel, however, mistakenly titled the video “Who Won The PA GOP Senate Primary? | North Carolina Says Farewell To Madison Cawthorn.”
The video, whose title has now been fixed, showed Twice putting on a memorable performance where they utilized Colbert’s entire stage, from guest chairs to his host desk. At the end of their performance, the girl group received a standing ovation from the crowd.
- All the members of K-pop girl group Twice created their own Instagram accounts on Monday.
- As of this writing, the individual accounts have amassed over 3 million followers or are approaching that amount.
- Each account uploaded the same first post, a group picture from their encore concert in Los Angeles this past weekend.
- The JYP Entertainment group recently broke records selling out every show of the U.S. leg of their Twice 4th World Tour "III."
All nine members of K-pop girl group Twice opened up their individual Instagram accounts for the first time on Monday.
The JYP Entertainment group consisting of Tzuyu, Sana, Nayeon, Dahyun, Mina, Jihyo, Chaeyoung, Momo and Jeongyeon all shared the same first post, a group picture looking out at the Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles, their first stadium and outdoor venue. Over the weekend, the group performed their two-night encore show there as a follow-up to the U.S. leg of their sold-out Twice 4th World Tour “III.”