K-Pop Group, SEVENTEEN Is Making Their Debut On ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’

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The South Korean all-boy pop group, SEVENTEEN which consists of 13 members is making their debut on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” January 13. 

The group SEVENTEEN was formed back in 2015 by Pledis Entertainment. The group specializes in three different areas: Hip-Hop, Vocal Unit, and Performance Unit. The K-Pop group released their first studio album back in 2016 titled, Love & Letter and since has released several chart-topping songs in addition to appearing in a wide range of TV shows.

SEVENTEEN has not yet announced their appearance on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” but Soompi, a verified K-Pop news source was one of the first to tweet on January 7 about the groups forthcoming.

Since then, “The Kelly Clarkson Show” has announced that SEVENTEEN will be performing their U.S. debut of the hit song “Left & Right”. This song appears on SEVENTEEN’s 2020 EP Heng:garæ which is the group’s seventh mini-album.

Fans are happy to know that their idols are continuing to be invited to international shows time after time. 

Earlier this week, SEVENTEEN performed on “The Late Late Show With James Corden”. Although the band performed in South Korea due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, they still blew the audience away with their choreographed performance.

James Corden himself tweeted after the group went live on January 6 “SEVENTEEN knocked it out of the park with this performance”. The group performed “Home; Run” which is their most popular song off their latest album, Semicolon an extended EP album released on October 19, 2020. The song is written from the view of a baseball player with a “work hard, play hard” mentality.

We look forward to seeing their U.S. debut performance of “Left & Right” on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” on January 13.