2NE1 Will Hold Live Q&A On Facebook
By Staff Writer | August 14, 2012 08:46 PM EDT
2NE1 is expected to hold a live Q&A session on Facebook on August 22nd, at 5PM until 5:45PM (Pacific Time).
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2NE1 will be the first Asian singer to ever visit Facebook HQ and having a life Facebook chat with fans worldwide. This will be held at Facebook with their new initiative called, Facebook Live (http://apps.facebook.com/facebooklive) and fans will be able to ask 2NE1 their questions and be able to see the girls as they answer them.
2NE1 has recently been sweeping the Korean charts with their new hit single, "I Love You." They're also preparing for their world tour, 'New Evolution 1st World Tour.' The 2NE1 tour is scheduled to be in the US and they will make stops in New Jersey and Los Angeles. They'll be in Newark for their first American performance on August 17th and they will be at the Nokia Theater on August 2st in Los Angeles.
It's time to show your support! Don't miss out on this chance to connect with 2NE1 live.
First, join the facebook event (http://www.facebook.com/events/435685576483355) and then leave your question as a comment to the post.
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