TWICE Creates K-pop History as First Girl Group to Appear on NBC’s ‘TODAY’ Show

Credit: TWICE Twitter
Credit: TWICE Twitter

Just a day before their performance at New York’s MetLife Stadium, K-pop sensation TWICE graced the stage of NBC’s renowned morning show TODAY, marking their historic debut as the first K-pop girl group on the show.

TWICE took part in the Citi Concert Series on TODAY on July 5th (local time), delivering a scintillating performance live from the iconic Rockefeller Center Plaza. Waking up New York to their popular hits, the band entertained fans across the U.S. and around the globe.

Show host Craig Melvin introduced TWICE as “the queens of K-pop making history.” Addressing the throngs of fans that had filled Rockefeller Center Plaza, the girls delivered heartfelt greetings in English.

TWICE showcased band-version arrangements of two Billboard chart-topping songs from 2023 – the English version of “SET ME FREE,” which peaked at number two on the Billboard 200 upon its release in March, and their English single “MOONLIGHT SUNRISE,” which marked their second entry into the Hot 100. The band also performed “Alcohol-Free.”

Rockefeller Center Plaza was packed with fans eager to catch a glimpse of TWICE. A long line of excited fans had formed from the previous day. The crowd chanted the members’ names and sang along to their songs, making it seem like the act’s mini-concert.

As part of their fifth world tour, “TWICE 5TH WORLD TOUR ‘READY TO BE,'” TWICE will hold a standalone concert at MetLife Stadium on July 6th. Following their sold-out concert at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium in June, which 50,000 fans attended, TWICE achieved another sold-out show at MetLife Stadium. With this feat, they have become the first female group in history to enter and sell out two of America’s largest stadium venues, SoFi Stadium and MetLife Stadium.

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