‘Good Morning America’ Disrespects TWICE, Improperly Naming TWICE’s Performance Video For 'The Feels'!
Recently, JYP Entertainment's TWICE was featured in the talk show "GMA3: What You Need To Know" which is a spinoff of "Good Morning America" (GMA), promoting and performing "The Feels," their first all-English single.
Notably, TWICE was amazing in their performance, but ONCEs noticed that the title the staff of the show entitled the YouTube video was improperly named, being very dismissive towards TWICE.
Initially, the uploaded video was plainly entitled "Special K-Pop performance," and it has no mention of JYP Entertainment's TWICE nor "The Feels."
The comment section of the video then had ONCEs flocking asking "Good Morning America" to change the title and to let the staff know that the previous title was very disrespectful to TWICE.
Furthermore, ONCEs who watched the "Special K-Pop performance" also did not like Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes', the hosts of the show, interview as they seem to not have any clue regarding their interview with JYP Entertainment's TWICE.
Notably, Amy Robach mentioned that TWICE's hit song was "Cheer Up" and that the K-pop group was formed through the survival show "SIXTEEN", but she expressed that TWICE's 'unique point' was having singers, dancers, and rappers.
But netizens and ONCEs point out that most if not all K-Pop groups have singers, dancers, and rappers.
"What makes your group so unique is you have singers, dancers, you even have rappers," Amy Robach expressed.
As of writing this article, "Good Morning America" has already changed video's name to "Global superstars Twice perform their new hit song 'The Feels.'"
Stay tuned for more news and updates regarding your favorite K-pop artists!