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On May 24, several broadcast affiliates revealed that MBLAQ will be hosting the show and the news was confirmed through a short teaser, which aired on May 25’s broadcast of the comedy program.
With the drastic transformation that follows with idol groups as SNLK hosts, fans are already anticipating what kind of 19+ acting the MBLAQ members will have to show.
MBLAQ will be hosting the June 1 broadcast, ahead of its fifth mini album release on June 4.
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It’s been revealed that Devin Jamieson, the world-renowned choreographer who worked with Michael Jackson, Usher, and Britney Spears, among others, collaborated with SHINee on the choreography for the group’s upcoming single, “Why So Serious?” This isn’t the first time Jamieson has worked with an SM artist. He also choreographed Super Junior’s “Sexy, Free & Single.”
In the music video teaser released by SHINee on April 22, you can get a taste of what the energetic and powerful choreography will looks like.
In related news, SHINee released a highlight medley of their songs from their upcoming album today. You can listen for yourself here.
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2AM will be hosting SNL Korea (Saturday Night Live) next week.
Today, tvN network announced that 2AM will be the host of next week's episode of SNL Korea on the 13th.
SNL Korea has been a sensation from the start. Live broadcast, unbounded satire and parody, rated-R sexy comedy are main factors that have contributed to the enormous success of the show.
2AM will be the second male artist group to host the show, next to Super Junior, and expectations are soaring high as viewers wonder what kind of fun 2AM will bring to the table.
Internet users have responded with excitement, "Wow, they're gonna rock""wonder what the theme will be""it's a must-watch."
The live showing of SNL Korea hosted by 2AM will air at 11 PM, April 13
2AM will be the 2nd boy group to host ‘SNL Korea‘!
The boys will be appearing on the April 13th episode, and will be the 2nd boy group after Super Junior. ‘SNL Korea’ said, “The skit concepts to 2AM’s episode of ‘SNL Korea’ is undetermined right now. Please look forward to the 2nd boy group after Super Junior.”
Fans are especially looking forward to the show because of kkap-Kwon. But it’s not just Jo Kwon who’s proven himself on variety shows, so look forward to the episode!
On April 13, 2AM will be hosting tvN’s Saturday Night Live Korea as the second idol group to ever do so. Super Junior hosted the live comedy program back in 2012.
The concept for the 2AM episode is currently being planned, but the SNLK staff stated that it’ll be an episode to anticipate.
The 2AM members will most likely be following SNLK’s 19+ humor code and working alongside former 2PM member, Jay Park, who is currently a fixed castmemberon the show.
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On the December 18th episode of SBS‘ ‘Strong Heart‘, actor Go Kyung Pyo revealed a hilarious episode about how he ran into his doppelganger Super Junior‘s Siwon.
Go Kyung Pyo shared, “I am attending the same health club as Siwon. The trainer once put us face-to-face. The trainer asked Siwon, ‘Who do you think you look like?’ and Siwon replied, ‘Does director Jang Jin work with someone who looks like me?’”, revealing Siwon’s clueless nature about his visual similarities to Go Kyung Pyo who worked with director Jang Jin on tvN‘s ‘SNL Korea‘.
The actor continued, “After hearing that, I am sorry to say this
A couple of weeks ago, Super Junior made an appearance on SNL Korea that was fantastic. Sticking to the typical 19+ rating, the idol group, already creeping into the adult-dol category–that is, if they’re not already there–really went for those topics that idols are seemingly “forbidden” from discussing without some sort of backlash.
I was wary of their appearance on a comedy show. While Super Junior members are no slackers at bringing their A-game to the variety field, they’re still idols. Though they agreed to go with the 19+ concept, I remained skeptical. I mean, come on — though Super Junior has simply thrown their image out the window over the years, one would think they’d still want to keep a shred of that there considering their massive adolescent fanbase
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Super Junior Kyuhyun's beauty was enough to shame Miss Korea.
On the July 14 broadcast of tvN "SNL Korea 2," Kyuhyun flaunted his beauty.
On this day, Kyuhyun made his appearance as a female prisoner rather than a male prisoner. With his long wavy hair and pink uniform, he surprised everyone from his first appearance.
With his defined features and pink cheeks, Kyuhyun showed his attention to detail with every feminine movement of his body.
When asked whether or not he had done any cosmetic procedures, he replied "Real nose, my breasts are also natural." When male prisoners flocked to him, he commented "Guys can't help it(When they see beauty)," making everyone laugh.
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Super Junior threw away their idol image for their appearance on "Saturday Night Live Korea 2."
On July 14 broadcast of tvN "SNL Korea 2," Super Junior made their appearance on the show as the last guests of season two.
On the last stage of this broadcast the members of Super Junior got on the stage to perform to the song "Sorry Sorry." Each member dressed up as Marilyn Manroe, Wonder Woman, Hulk, Bruce Lee, and etc...
Super Junior also stepped down to the audience and shook hands with them.
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The viewer age rating for Super Junior episode of "Saturday Night Live Korea 2" has been confirmed to be 19 and over.
On July 14, Super Junior Leeteuk posted on his Twitter "'SNL2' Super Junior Special has been confirmed to be 19 and over."
"SNL2" has already become an hot issue with the guest appearances of Park Jin Young and Shin Dong Yup who has showcased 19 and over comedy. Because Super Junior is an idol group, the producers had initially wanted to keep the rating at 15 and above. However, the final rating has been confirmed as 19 and over.
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