T-ARA's Reason for Canceling "Music Bank" Comeback Stage
By Staff Writer | September 07, 2012 09:31 AM EDT
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T-ARA's name was missing from today's performer list on the "Music Bank" homepage.
Yesterday, T-ARA performed on Mnet "M! Countdown." They were supposed to perform on "Music Bank" today, "Music Core" tomorrow and "Inkigayo" on Sunday. However, they did not perform on "Music Bank" today.
A "Music Bank" official commented, "There is nothing I can say about this. We don't want to make any more issues with the 'crisis'."
With T-ARA's recent performance, many comments were posted on the "Music Bank" homepage such as, "I am against T-ARA's performance", "If T-ARA comes out I'm not watching the show" and "I hope T-ARA continues to never perform on stage."
It seems that from these comments, "Music Bank" probably took into consideration these negative comments and decided to call off their appearance.
Although they did not perform today on "Music Bank," they will still be performing tomorrow on "Music Core" and "Inkigayo."
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