Girls' Generation performs "The Boys" on the "Late Show with David Letterman"
On January 31st (U.S. time), Girls' Generation made their U.S. television debut on CBS's "Late Night Show with David Letterman," and performed their debut English track, "The Boys." The girl group released "The Boys" as their 3rd Korean album last year, making their big return to South Korea after a year hiatus since releasing their mini-album "Hoot."
Tonight, Girls' Generation was the closing act for the "Late Night Show with David Letterman." Bill Murray, Regis Philbin and David Letterman introduced the girls to the show and said, "Our next guests are a very popular group from South Korea who have just released their first album in America. It's entitled 'The Boys.' Please welcome, making their network television debut, Girls' Generation."
Clad in matching colored-black outfits, Girls' Generation performed the Clinton Sparks & Disco Fries remix of "The Boys."
Check out their performance below! Girls' Generation is also set to appear on "Live With Kelly" on Wednesday. What did you think of their debut performance tonight?