Goo Hara had been busy promoting her latest Japanese comeback, with “Midnight Queen”, right before her passing. Reports claim she had a long list of Japanese shows that she was scheduled to appear on for her promotions.
Out of the long list, Goo Hara had finished filming for her episode on the late night music program, titled Tune, on Fuji TV. The episode is scheduled to air on November 30 and the production team held a meeting to decide whether or not to air Goo Hara’s final performance.
The producers ultimately decided that they’ll be editing Hara out of the episode. They had taken her name off of the lineup and released a short statement about the change.
We decided to air the show after editing some parts.
Goo Hara’s Japanese agency confirmed that there were other shows where she had finished filming. They announced that they are discussing her possible appearance with the shows’ production teams.
There were many other programs that [Goo Hara] was scheduled to appear on, besides Tune. We are currently in talks with the shows, including those that she had finished filming for already.
— Production Oki
Goo Hara’s fans left comments expressing their desire to see her last filming on air. Goo Hara had been loved by her fans, as she recently successfully finished her Japanese tour and was rumored to be preparing a stadium tour.
May she rest in peace.
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