Twitter] Japanese celebrities attend 2NE1′s last NEWECON in Japan

2NE1のライブ行ってきたよ^^ with CL & DARA^^ pic.twitter.com/eKQCSL1t

“I went to 2NE1′s live ^^ with CL & DARA^^”

2NE1 LIVE 本当に最高なパフォーマンスと歌唱力に終始ノリノリ♪楽しかった♪帰りに挨拶をして帰りました♪ instagr.am/p/QMi_AqgIXd/

“2NE1 LIVE was really full of amazing performances with amazing singing abilities, making it super energetic from start to end♪It was fun♪I was able to greet them before I went home♪”

歌もダンスももちろん上手いけど、LIVEの為に沢山練習したりスタミナつけたりそのパワフルさや懸命さがわかるLIVEでした。そういうところ本当にRespectする。 instagr.am/p/QMk8FFgIYH/

“Their singing and dancing was undoubtedly great but for their LIVE show, they practiced a lot, their stamina was amazing and their live performances were so powerful and strong. I really respect that aspect of them.”

Note: SELEN is a talent/model under Sony Music and Satou Kayo is fashion model/talent/actress.

Source: SELEN & Satou Kayo’s twitters
Translated by Caz@CLtheBaddestFemale.com

INFO] Minzy does the Tebasaki dance at New Evolution Concert in Nagoya!

During today’s New Evolution Concert in Nagoya, Japan (September 8th), it’s said that Minzy did the Tebasaki dance for the Nagoya crowd!  Tebasaki (or chicken wings) is a famous food in Nagoya. Minzy memorized the dance and showed it to the crowd during one of the talk segments at the concert! Everyone said it was really very cute!!!

Credits: @mad21mino 

VIDEO] 2NE1 NY1 Interview: Korean All-Girls’ Group 2NE1 Chats About Big US Debut

 

 

The Korean music group 2NE1 made a splash in the Asian music scene with the hit “Fire” in 2009, but this month the group made its U.S. debut by performing before thousands in Newark and Los Angeles. NY1′s Lewis Dodley met with the group and filed a special extended report for NY1.com.

It was billed as a “New Evolution,” as thousands came out in Newark and Los Angeles for the U.S. debut of 2NE1, an all-girl group from Korea that has become an international sensation.

The four members of the group — Bom, Minzy, CL and Dara — found their American audiences to be very enthusiastic.

“We had so much fun on-stage and the energy was there and I felt that our fans were having fun and we got their energy,” says CL.

The name 2NE1 is a play off of the phrases “to anyone” and “twenty-one.” Their choreography is very high-energy, and they say Minzy is “the dancer” in the group who makes up all the dance moves.

Dara drove the men wild at one point by kissing a male audience member on the cheek. But Dara says that was not a spur-of-the-moment decision.

“Actually it was planned, but the guy didn’t come up, so I had to go down,” Dara says.

Asked if they find success in the United States to be important, the members of 2NE1 say they want to be for everyone.

“I want people to enjoy our music, wherever it is, you know? That’s why we do music and I want people to connect to us,” says CL. “We do this for everybody.”

 

Their journey got underway three years ago with the hit song “Fire,” a symbol of the formula that’s gained the group millions of fans. The group gives credit to producer Teddy Park.

“We started with him. He made us, we could say that. And 2NE1, we work with a crew, with our stylist and anybody, and he’s like another member,” says CL. “He’s not with us, but he’s the musical director and he gives us direction for everything.”

The group’s videos are edgy and bold, but don’t confuse what you see with the real thing.

“We have this alter ego, I think. All four of us do. We have a reality TV show called ’2NE1 TV’ and that’s where you can really see who 2NE1 in person really is. You know, if you see that reality show, we’re just like four girls, just four noisy girls,” says CL. “We’re just four normal girls, but on stage we have this side where someone comes out.”

The members of 2NE1 seem like sisters. Bom and Dara are the “biggest” sisters and Minzy, at just 18, is the youngest.

Before they came to New York, 2NE1 visited a child care center, and what was supposed to be a one-hour visit soon lasted three hours.

“I love kids and I love children, you know? It might seem like it’s nothing, just being there for them, but just hugging them and showing them love is so much to them. I just stayed there for like a couple of hours and they called me ‘Mom,’” says CL. “I couldn’t leave, you know? They were crying when I wanted to leave and I want to support them as much as I can and really being there for them is. I realize it’s important.”

The group has been working with the Black-Eyed Peas will.i.am., fueling speculation about an English-language offering, but nothing’s official yet.

“We want to have an English-language single out at least. I felt like many more people could connect to it if we have an English song,” says CL.

But for the crowds at Newark and L.A., language was not an issue.

“It’s really amazing, but it’s the power of music,” CL says.

Source: NY1.com

[ARTICLE] 2NE1′s Minzy poses for a bare face selca with her puppy

 

2NE1‘s Minzy revealed her bare face in a recent selca.

Minzy had recently tweeted, “Bare face Dougie & Bare face Minzy” and shared the above picture.

The picture shows the maknae of 2NE1 hugging her puppy close to her face. Wearing a hood over her head and slightly covering her bare face, she flaunted her innocent charm with her pale skin and innocent looks, quite different from her charismatic stage presence.

Meanwhile, 2NE1 will be heating up the stage during their concert in Japan on the coming 28th and 29th.

Source: Allkpop

TWITTER] “The Saitama concert was fun^^”

 

사이타마 일본콘서트 재밌었어요^^모두 뛰어놀아주셔서 감사합니다!내일 또 봐용~그리고 좋은밤! pic.twitter.com/jCGGrIZb

The Saitama concert was fun^^ Thank you for jumping around and playing with us, everyone! See you again tomorrow~ And goodnight!

Source: Minzy’s Twitter
Translated by: big_seunghyun@EROMAKNAE