T-ARA's Eunjung, Bada, Horan Heat Up "SNL Korea 2"
By Staff Writer | July 09, 2012 02:44 PM EDT
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Quite different from the mostly male hosts that preceded them, the three ladies showed off their sexy, humorous and charismatic sides as they drew great feedback from the audiences. They didn't hesitate to take on demeaning roles and was able to perfectly perform the slapstick comedy typical of "SNL Korea."
They started off the show by each of them trying to take the spotlight of the show. Bada claimed to have postponed her upcoming musical's final rehearsal. Eunjung said she skipped out on their first practice since their first comeback performance and Horan said she didn't have a schedule but boasted that she was dating someone.
The fight for attention continued on to "Weekend Update" where they admit all kinds of scandalous secrets to be the ultimate gossip queen and it was one of the highlights of the evening.
They appeared both alone and together in the different segment such as the "Audition" segment, where Bada picked the two comedians to create the new SES.
The audience feedback was positive on the female hosts, saying that they loved to see female hosts be just as outrageous and funny as the male hosts. Reflective of the popularity, SNL Korea hit its record 1.444% viewer percentage.
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