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GLAM, Video of MR Removed... 'Unshakable Vocal Skills'

By Staff Writer | August 02, 2012 04:59 PM EDT

GLAM, Video of MR Removed... 'Unshakable Vocal Skills'
Rookie girl group GLAM revealed perfectly stable dance and vocal skills even with the MR removed, attracting much attention. (Photo : KpopStarz)

Rookie girl group GLAM revealed perfectly stable dance and vocal skills even with the MR removed, attracting much attention.

In various online communities, SBS' "Inkigayo" GLAM's performance with the background MR removed was posted.

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In the video, GLAM showed perfect singing skills even with the MR removed, gaining much compliments from internet users. GLAM also had strong body movements, but their vocal skills did not seem to be affected by them.

GLAM is currently working with their debut song "Party(XXO)."


Tagged :  GLAM, Party(XXO), SBS, Inkigayo

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