EXO Share Their Feelings About Upcoming Reality Show 'EXO's Showtime'
By Staff Writer | November 22, 2013 03:09 AM EST
As many EXO fans already know, the guys will be premiering their first ever reality show next week, and now some more details have been revealed!
The show is known as EXO's Showtime and will air on MBC Every1 starting on November 28.
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The producers announced this week that member Chanyeol will act as MC for the program and will lead fans through the popular group's inner workings.
The EXO members hope to give their fans a real sense of what they are like when they are not performing and in the spotlight.
"We want to show EXO being ourselves," said Suho. "We hope this will become an opportunity for EXO to strengthen our teamwork."
Baekhyun agreed and explained, "I want to show the comfortable and friendly image of an ordinary 22-year-old guy."
Reps from EXO's Showtime also said that the first episode has the guys answering questions from their followers.
Sometimes the questions are direct, sometimes a little silly - and in the case of the first filming, a bit difficult. For the first episode of the show the twelve members were asked who among them is the best looking.
Although at first they did not want to tread on anyone's feelings by saying, "Everyone has so many charms, it's difficult to choose," they eventually turned the matter into a visual group ranking.
"This is our first reality show, so I feel nervous," admitted D.O. "But I think we had fun while filming. We are going to show many sides of us never seen before, so please look forward to it."
EXO's Showtime is scheduled to premiere on November 28 on MBC Every1 beginning at 6pm KST. For now, check out the two preview clips below!
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