2NE1 Blackjacks Rally For MAMA Awards 2013: CL, Bom, Minzy, Dara To Attend WIN Final Battle!
By Staff Writer | October 23, 2013 03:18 PM EDT
2NE1 may be disappointing some fans with their lack of activity, but they are still rallying for the YG ladies for the MAMA Awards 2013.
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Currently, voting for MAMA Awards 2013 is open, and 2NE1 is nominated for best female group, artists of the year, while CL's "The Baddest Female" is nominated for UnionPay song of the year.
Although fans have had plenty of complaints of 2NE1 and their delays with YG, they are rallying on Twitter and other social media portals for Blackjacks to vote for the ladies for MAMA Awards 2013.
— We Love Chaerin (@WeLoveChaerin) October 23, 2013
Blackjacks if 2NE1 win a lot of awards this year's Mama, Yg might reconsider his plans with 2ne1! So vote vote vote!!! — SanDyPark (@IAmToAnyone) October 23, 2013
This year, MAMA Awards will be in Hong Kong and will broadcast November 22.
Meanwhile, it has been confirmed by Yang Hyun Seok of YG Entertainment that Big Bang, 2NE1, Epik High, and others will be attending the final battle between the two groups on the Mnet survival program, "WIN."
Lee Hi, Akdong Musician, and Bang Ye Dam will also sing Tamia's "Officially Missing You" for a special collaboration stage, according to YGLadies.
As YG fans know, the winning team will debut as the boy band WINNER, while the losing team will be disbanded.
Will 2NE1 perform during this special event?
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