Preview video for Lee Hyori's special episode on Mnet's "Show Me The Money" released
Lee Hyori's special participation on Mnet's "Show Me The Money" is set to air on July 20th, and a preview video for the episode has been released. The recording for the episode took place on July 9th at the CJ E&M Center, along with a selected number of audience, who were surprised by the special event.
Lee Hyori also shared the stage with the six rappers competing on the show and showcased a hiphop version of her hits tracks such as "10 Minutes," "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang," "Scandal" and "Hey Girl." She was further praised for her live performance, entertaining the audience for a full fifteen minutes and was dressed in a black mesh outfit.
Lee Hyori's special episode was made possible after expressing her desire to appear on the show through social networking site, Twitter. The update was seen by the show's director and immediately held discussions for Lee Hyori's appearance.
Mnet's "Show Me The Money" premiered on the small screen on June 22nd and his hosted by Eun Jiwon.
Are you looking forward to Lee Hyori's performance? Check out the preview below:
Source: EToday and Mnet
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