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BEAST to Hold a Google+ Fan Meeting Event for 3 Year Anniversary

By Staff Writer | October 16, 2012 10:17 AM EDT

BEAST to Hold a Google+ Chat Event for 3 Year Anniversary
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Idol group BEAST has reached their 3 year anniversary.

Today, BEAST announced on their Google+ page that they would be holding an online fan meeting to celebrate their 3 year anniversary.

This event is being held to thank their fans for sticking by them for all these years. Although BEAST had been busy going back and forth between Japan and Korea, their fans continued to wait and support them.

BEAST plans to talk about many episodes that happened throughout their 3 years as well as their honest thoughts.

Internet users commented, "Wow! Already 3 years?" and "Congrats BEAST!"

Visit their Google+ page here.

BEAST debuted in 2009.

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