Girls' Generation's “Mr. Mr” Choreography To Be Unveiled
By Staff Writer | February 26, 2014 02:59 AM EST
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Girls' Generation released their new song "Mr. Mr." worldwide through online music stores including iTunes; the song has already topped music charts on Mnet, Olleh Music, Monkey3, Naver Music, Daum Music, and Soribada.
"Mr. Mr."'s popularity spikes curiosity about the song's music video and choreography. Because Girls' Generation is known for their refined and sophisticated choreography, expectations for "Mr. Mr" performance is set high.
A video clip of Girls' Generation's old choreography edited to fit their new song, "Mr. Mr." is rapidly spreading on online community website Bestiz, demonstrating fans' interest in Girls' Generation's new performance.
"Mr. Mr."'s choreography is the work of choreographer Jillian Meyers, who has worked stars like Janet Jackson, Celine Dion, and Kylie Minogue.
Girls' Generation releases their offline album on the 27th, and stages their comeback show on March 6th through "M! Countdown".
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