After showing on The Late Show on Monday evening, BLACKPINK made their option to Good Morning America on Tuesday (Feb. 12) for his or her first-ever U.S. morning tv look.
The quartet appeared at GMA's studio in Times Square, the place they carried out their banging pop music “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du,” which went to No. 55 on the Hot 100 chart final yr. They additionally gave a quick interview.
"We're simply excited to be right here and see everybody," mentioned Jennie about being in New York for the primary time as a gaggle, whereas Rosé defined how the group's fandom, title "Blink," is derived from the group's title by simply shortening it by a couple of letters.
She additionally mentioned that the group took a while out to have fun her birthday the evening earlier than. "After work final evening we simply had dinner the 4 of us. It was at a very nice Italian restaurant." Rosé celebrated her 22nd birthday on Feb. 11.
The group additionally expressed pleasure over their upcoming first North American live performance sequence, which was introduced final evening. "It's taking place and we're beginning in April, and we're very, very excited for it,” mentioned Jennie. “It's lastly taking place."
Rosé additionally spoke briefly concerning the group's upcoming Coachella reveals.
The group gave an extended interview throughout a sit down with Michael Strahan and Sarah Haines for Strahan and Sarah, which can air on Friday (Feb. 15). They then carried out their music “Forever Young” for that look. Check out a part of the interview right here forward of its airing: