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T-ara, The Newest Victim of Music Bank's Mistake!

By Staff Writer | June 30, 2012 03:41 PM EDT

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T-ARA Music Bank Mistake (Photo : T-ARA Music Bank Mistake)

On June 29th, T-ara performed their song, "Lovey-Dovey", on a special episode of KBS2 "Music Bank" that was created to "look back" on the hottest K-Pop songs that have been released in the first half of 2012.

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T-ara had prepared a special stage in celebration of their upcoming comeback. Minutes into the performance, T-ara became another victim of "Music Bank"'s mistake on live television. The camera that was supposed to capture T-ara's performance was filming a random part of the studio without any lighting. Without any time to edit out the mistake, everything was aired on live television.

 

Although the television screen returned to T-ara's performance just after 2 seconds, the reccuring mistakes of the "Music Bank" staff are leaving the devoted viewers of the show highly disappointed.

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