Similarities Between Girl Group Members Who Stand in the Center?
By Staff Writer | July 13, 2012 08:13 AM EDT
With idol girl groups, there is always a 'center' member.
The 'center' member receives the most spotlight and becomes the most known member of a group.
'Center' members are usually a member that can meet their audiences not only through their music but also through their good looks by appearing in commercials or in dramas.
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Also, the actions of these 'center' members reflect the image of the whole group, so they are usually very cautious as to what they do and say for the sake of group.
Some agencies try to change their 'center' member to fit their album concepts, but end up not having a 'center' member at all so that all the popularity doesn't go to one person.
What are the similarities between these 'center' members?
A plastic surgery practice commented that they all have a "small face line."
They continued, "miss A Suzy has a soft and slim V-line face that balances out all the features of her face."
These 'center' members will continue to hold their spot by striving to show a positive image for their group.
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