News / Buzz / SNS

Girls’ Generation Advertises Rubber Gloves? Parody of “PAPARAZZI”

By Staff Writer | June 24, 2012 10:58 PM EDT

Girls’ Generation Advertises Rubber Gloves? Parody of “PAPARAZZI”
Girls’ Generation Advertises Rubber Gloves? Parody of “PAPARAZZI” (Photo : Online Community)

Girls' Generation's home shopping version of "PAPARAZZI" parody aroused much laughter.

On a recent online community board, a title stated, "Girls' Generation Home Shopping Version," along with a picture of Girls' Generation wearing rubber gloves.

Like Us on Facebook

The pictures were of Girls' Generation's recent release of Japanese song "PAPARAZZI" performance that they used to create a parody. As the girls are seen with outfits including gloves that look similar to commonly seen dishwashing gloves.

The parody takes a commercial of yogurt drink featuring Girls' Generation and adds subtitles of Girls' Generation selling the rubber gloves instead, remaking the graphic and uploaded it on online communities.

Internet users commented, "How much are the gloves?", "Girls' Generation should try to sell something on a home shopping network," and "Girls doing commercial for a product that house wives use?"

Girls' Generation will be releasing their Japanese single, "PAPARAZZI" on June 27.

Photo: Online Community

Tagged :  Girls Generation

Featured

Breaking News 03.05.15 | 09:30AM EST

EXO Fans Raise Money For Museum Honoring Japanese Occupation-Era Comfort Women

The new charity drive is a tribute to the group’s third anniversary and comes after South Korean President Park Geun Hye urged Japan's government to formally apologize for wartime sex crimes.

Exclusive 03.05.15 | 12:10PM EST

Profile Of A K-Pop Fan: Why Girl's Day Is 21-Year-Old New Yorker Edward Leary's 'Everything'

"I like groups like Dal Shabet, Rania, EXID, BESTie, Nine Muses and WA$$UP for their styles, but there is a reason Girl's Day is my everything," Leary said.

Hot Issues 03.04.15 | 09:31AM EST

EXO Top Forbes Korea List Of Most Powerful Korean Celebrities Despite Recent Lineup Changes

Partially due to the success of 'Overdose,' EXO jumped up from their 5th place position in last year's ranking to take the number one spot on the Forbes list, beating out other idol groups, actors, and athletes.

Weekly Wrap Up 03.03.15 | 08:59AM EST

February 2015 K-Pop Releases You May Have Missed

February saw a lot of new K-pop releases, some of which are making charts in Korea but not getting a lot of love overseas. Here are some can't-miss songs from Naul, Kris Leone, Block B's Zico, Lee Jin Ah, and more.

KpopStarz Is Looking For Enthusiastic Entertainment Contributors Reach Millions On The Web.
Real Time Analytics