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[Video] ′Hit The Stage′ Drops Behind-The-Scenes Teaser D-1

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2016.07.26 13:00 CJ E&M enewsWorld Susan Min

Hit The Stage, which will begin airing tomorrow, has released a behind-the-scenes video.


On July 26, Mnet′s upcoming show Hit The Stage released a behind-the-scenes video featuring the contestants through their official SNS channels.

[Video] ′Hit The Stage′ Drops Behind-The-Scenes Teaser D-1

[Video] ′Hit The Stage′ Drops Behind-The-Scenes Teaser D-1

[Video] ′Hit The Stage′ Drops Behind-The-Scenes Teaser D-1

In the revealed video, the idol contestants describe their performances for the first episode. As previously revealed, the theme of the first episode will be Devil and the idols explain how their performances will relate to the theme.


Additionally, photos of the performances were released on the same day and have been receiving attention. Although each performance was produced around the same theme, each of the 8 performances seem to reveal and different charm and personality.


Meanwhile, Hit The Stage is a new program where k-pop stars and professional dancers team up to compete with each other. Each episode will have a different theme and the contestants will team up with crews with different dance backgrounds. A variety of different stars and professional dancers plan to appear in the episodes based on the week′s themes. The 1st episode will air on July 27 through Mnet and tvN at 11PM KST.





Photo credit: Mnet ′Hit The Stage′

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