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Saturday, July 8, 2023

The official Twitter account for MetLife Stadium liked a tweet that takes a jab at Twice and praises BLACKPINK by saying how they would’ve sold out the stadium if they headlined there

The official Twitter account for MetLife Stadium liked a tweet that takes a jab at Twice and praises #BLACKPINK by saying how they would’ve sold out the stadium if they headlined there.

Fans took to social media to share the exciting moment on social media and captured the massive energy exuded by the crowd.

Korean netizens were impressed with the immense size of the crowd attending TWICE's concert and commented, "I never imagined TWICE would be this successful in the United States," "This is so impressive," "TWICE's North America tour is so crazy. They're awesome," "TWICE must be making bank with their successful tour in Japan and North America," "This is so massive," "I hope they last for a long time," "This gave me goosebumps because it's so big and impressive," "It's amazing how TWICE is so popular in the United States," "J.Y. Park must have gotten his wish come true, to make it big in America," "This must have been so exciting to see in person," "

Forget about their manufacturing at the hands of K-pop juggernaut JYP Entertainment — the group was formed on an “X-Factor”-like reality show in 2015. This was an exhilarating four-act, two-and-a-half-hour rollick through TWICE’s thumping catalog. The band’s “Ready to Be” tour made some history Thursday night at MetLife Stadium, becoming the first K-pop girl group to headline New Jersey’s largest venue. Boy band phenoms BTS were the first South Korean act to play the stadium, in 2019. K-pop constituents BLACKPINK, now the most popular girl group in the U.S., will take the same stage Aug. 11 and 12.

TWICE made the most of its first-ever East Coast football stadium show, introducing two key elements to boost their stage show and blast beyond the mediocrity of their Prudential Center offering.


TWICE will have one last concert in Atlanta at Truist Park on July 9 to wrap up the North American leg of their world tour. They will continue their world tour in September, visiting Singapore, London, Paris, Berlin, Bangkok, and Bocaue. They will then travel to Japan with December concerts in Nagoya and Fukuoka.

All nine solos were serviceable miniature recitals, a combination of covers and some original tunes — several members have spun their TWICE popularity into individual side projects. Though three stood apart from the rest:

Jihyo, the band’s leader and clearly the best overall performer — she sells the heck out of their sugary jams, and can really wail — took on a fiery new song called “Nightmare” from her upcoming solo album. It felt like a sure hit.
Momo, the group’s dance leader, gave the show a rare edge with her cover of “MOVE” by Beyonce, where she performed a sultry pole dance as the audience, some of whom wore Momo sports jerseys, shrieked with glee.

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