The K-pop girl group BLACKPINK made their U.S. morning television debut on "GMA" today.
Jennie, Rosé, Lisa and Jisoo were met with a crowd of their loyal fans known as the "Blinks" as they geared up to perform live in Times Square.
"We're just excited to be here and see everyone," said Jennie.
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BLACKPINK is a South Korea-based girl group but each member hails from parts of the world. They have more than 18 million subscribers on YouTube and have garnered hundreds of thousands of views for their music videos.
BLACKPINK is expected to start their tour in April.