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2NE1, Girls’ Generation and More Confirmed for MAMA

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2011.11.19 12:07 Mwave Kim, JiYeon

Artists 2NE1, Girls’ Generation, YB and Dynamic Duo have confirmed they will be performing at the 2011 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA), which will be held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on November 29 this year.

MAMA organizers commented, “It is very encouraging to hear that these famous artists who are at the forefront of the K-pop wave around the world have all confirmed to attend this year. We hope to keep the excitement going by showcasing a once in a life time stage where the teams can demonstrate their sizzling charm to the utmost with a spectacular performance.”

If the show-stopping performances from years past are any indication, fans can expect the artists to pull out all the stops this year as anticipation for the 2011 MAMA continues to mount.

2NE1, Girls’ Generation and More Confirmed for MAMA

A MAMA producer told enews on November 19, “Idol groups who have been leading the K-Pop trend, along with Korea’s representative rock and hip hop artists, have confirmed their appearance, and it’s encouraging.” The source also revealed, “At the 2011 MAMA, each artist will showcase music from diverse genres, as well as put on a legendary performance that maximizes individual charm, so be ready to expect great things.”

Meanwhile, the red carpet will roll out at 5 p.m. on November 29, before the main event begins at 7 p.m. The six-hour 2011 MAMA will be broadcast live in 13 countries, and artists from all over Asia and beyond are expected to attend the show this year. Fans from a total of 20 countries, including China, the U.S. and France, where the recorded version of the award show will air, are expected to tune in to the show.

Translation Credit: Nancy Lee

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