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Girls’ Generation (SNSD) First Performance of ‘PAPARAZZI’ on TV Ashai’s ‘Music Station’

By Staff Writer | June 17, 2012 01:18 PM EDT

Girls’ Generation First Performance of ‘PAPARAZZI’ on TV Ashai’s  ‘Music Station’
Girls’ Generation First Performance of ‘PAPARAZZI’ on TV Ashai’s ‘Music Station’ (Photo : SM)

Girls’ Generation confirmed first performance on TV Asahi’s ‘Music Station’ on June 22.

This is the first appearance of Girls’ Generation since their last appearance on the same program for the ‘MR. TAXI.’ ‘PAPARAZZI’ the fourth single to release in a year 2 months since ‘MR. TAXI.’

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Girls’ Generation performance known for synchronized choreography is building high anticipation for the viewers as ‘PAPARAZZI’ choreography seems more challenging than their previous ones.

‘PAPARAZZI’ music video was released on midnight of June 15 through YouTube with 2 versions including the full music video as well as ‘Dance edit’ version. The music video after barely two days have received a total of close to 4 million views since its release drawing a big sensation.

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