From being the famous backup dancer for EXO Kai's "Mmmh," Noze gained more popularity following her appearance in Mnet Street Woman Fighter.
On the latest broadcast, Wayb, the dancer's team was unfortunately eliminated after an intense battle. Keep reading for more details.
On September 14, Mnet Street Woman Fighter broadcasted its first elimination round through reinterpretation of choreographies of the four "K-pop Queens" - BoA, HyunA, CL, and Jessi.
In particular, Noze, Wayb crew's leadder, received the most attention from K-pop fans alongside Chaeyeon.
Due to this, the dancer's supporters expressed their frustrations when her team was stamped out.
Wayb vs. Prowdmon: CL Comments on the Teams' Dance Covers of 'Dr. Pepper + Hello B*tches'
The first match showcased CL's hit tracks, "Dr. Pepper + Hello B*tches." In the broadcast, the actual artist CL reviewed the initial choreography dance that the two crew had been filming herself.
CL then highlighted the neat choreography of the Wayb members, particularly during their solo parts. CL also pointed out that although Prowdmon has the attitude, they weren't synchronized, favoring Wayb over Prowdmon.
But the latter team created a major plot twist as they won over the Wayb with a score of 370 points.
The losers of the three remaining battles, such as Coca N Butter, Holy Bang, and WANT would join Wayb in the elimination battle.
In the end, the Wayb team became the first eliminated crew and during Noze's speech, she said, "I don't want to take this as a defeat because I really did my best, but I want to take the fact that we've done something. I hope everyone will always dance happily."
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Chaeyeon, Taeyong, Kang Daniel, and BoA: Do They Really Deserve to Join Mnet Street Woman Fighter?
Mnet Street Woman Fighter is a reality dance program for professional dancers, joined by top-notch choreographers in Korea.
Thus, there is an ongoing debate whether idols Lee Chaeyeon, Kang Daniel, NCT Taeyong, and BoA should be in the program.
The dancers consistently pointed out that idols and dancers have different trainings and techniques, the reason why it is difficult to compare idol dancers and professional dancers.
Some viewers expressed discomfort, saying, "Why do idols appear in dancers' programs?"
As a result, there is an unconfirmed news that SM Entertainment is actually in charge of the show, the reason why BoA and Taeyong were judges.
However, the production companies behind Mnet Street Woman Fighter are CJ ENM and Louis Works Media, which have Mnet channels.
READ MORE: BoA, Taeyong's Qualifications as Judges Were Questioned After Chaeyeon Got 'No Respect' Stickers for Being an Idol
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Written by Eunice Dawson