Update: The moment music fans have long been anticipating finally came Monday night. BLACKPINK made its United States television debut.
The immensely popular girl group performed its hit “DDU-DU DDU-DU” on CBS’ “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.”
The performance kicked off a week of US TV gigs that will also include “Good Morning America” on February 12 and “Strahan & Sara” on February 15.
Later this spring, BLACKPINK will perform at Coachella. The group will subsequently headline select US arenas as part of its world tour.
A video of the “DDU-DU DDU-DU” performance follows. Photos from the taping are also embedded.
The term “eagerly anticipated” is unquestionably overused. When it comes the musical number on Monday’s “Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” it is nonetheless completely warranted.
The episode features a performance by Korean girl group BLACKPINK.
Noteworthy in any circumstance, this performance is particularly momentous due to the fact that it marks BLACKPINK’s US television debut.
It kicks off a week of US TV appearances that also includes “Good Morning America” on February 12 and “Strahan & Sara” on February 15.
As for Monday’s “Colbert,” the episode also features a visit from John Oliver.