Big Bang headed for MTV program
Big Bang is set to star in an episode of “MTV World Stage,” which will be broadcast in 160 nations throughout the world on the international music television network.
Fans of the band across the globe will be able to catch glimpses of performances from Big Bang’s fifth EP “Alive.”
Some of the clips to be played on the program are live performances of “Bad Boy,” “Fantastic Baby” and “Blue,” which were recorded at Seoul Olympic Park when the band embarked on the global “Alive” tour in February.
In addition, the MTV episode will air clips that have been played on the Web site of the band’s agency as well as candid interviews with band members.
“MTV World Stage” has a following of 600 million viewers across the world and introduces them to a diverse range of music and global talents.
It focuses on showing live concerts, and artists to have been featured for publicity by the program include Oasis, Beyonce, Lady Gaga and Black Eyed Peas.
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