Prior to their performances, Girls’ Generation had a short interview with the MCs of the show. Regarding their new concept, Tiffany said that Girls’ Generation took off their unified stage outfits to allow members to show off their individual charms and that they have returned with a funky, free hip-hop track. IU, one of the MCs for “Inkigayo”, jokingly added the reason behind Girls’ Generation’s success by explaining, “This is the year of the snake, and six members of Girls’ Generation are the snake sign.” When asked about Girls’ Generation’s plan for 2013, Yuri replied, “After promoting ‘I Got A Boy’, we will be having a Japan tour. After that, I want to have a concert in Korea.”
“Inkigayo” concluded its music broadcasting program with Girls’ Generation’s performances of “Dancing Queen” and “I Got A Boy”. The members were adorned in colorful tops and matching skinny jeans in “Dancing Queen” and red track outfits to match their powerful choreography for “I Got A Boy”.
SHINee’s Jonghyun and Minho also went to show their support for Girls’ Generation. SM Entertainment uploaded a backstage picture of them on their official Facebook account. Girls’ Generation’s “Dancing Queen” and “I Got A Boy” performances and interview cut can be downloaded from Soshified’s Video Downloads Section.
After their comeback performances, Girls’ Generation performed “I Got A Boy” at KBS’s “Hope Concert” in identical outfits from “Inkigayo”. “I Got A Boy” from the “Hope Concert” can also be found on Soshified’s Video Downloads Section. Girls’ Generation is scheduled to appear on Mnet’s “M! Countdown” on January 10th.
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