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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.

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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

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