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BLACKPINK slay Lovesick Girls performance as they take the stage on Good Morning America

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BLACKPINK once again delivered a flawless performance during their latest appearance on Good Morning America.

The girl group came to slay as they performed their newest hit Lovesick Girls on Wednesday morning’s show.

As always, the K-pop superstars blessed fans with their stunning vocals, energetic choreography and stylish outfits for the virtual appearance.

Just before they took to the stage, Jisoo, Rosé, Lisa and Jennie spoke with Michael Strahan about the release of The Album and how their fans (the Blinks) have been so loyal and supportive.

Indeed, the Blinks came out in force to support the group’s first official album when it was released on October 6.

According to YG Entertainment, the Ice Cream singers made 590,000 sales in just one day – meaning they have completely shattered IZ*ONE’s record of 389,334 copies of Oneiric Diary in a week.

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BLACKPINK admitted they can’t wait to perform for Blinks worldwide when it is safe again (Picture: Good Morning America)

And The Album also passed 1million pre-orders before its release – making BLACKPINK the first K-pop girl group to hit that record.

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The group’s performance comes after fans got the chance to discover more about how the band came together in their Netflix documentary – Light Up The Sky.

In a chat with Metro.co.uk, director Caroline Suh admitted she was ‘surprised’ at how much ‘agency’ BLACKPINK have over their careers.

 

She explained: ‘I found a lot to be surprising, because I think we don’t often hear them speak at length. There might be a tendency to see them in a one-dimensional way.

‘But they’re all very thoughtful and have a lot to say, and also have a lot of agency in their own lives.

‘It’s not like they were plucked from obscurity, and then became super famous. They have been working for a very long time.’

BLACKPINK’s Light Up The Sky is available to stream on Netflix.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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