TWICE Makes Their Live TV Debut In The United States On “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert”…And Accidentally Becomes Senators?

Congrats on your Senate debut, TWICE! 😂

TWICE has finally made their in-person TV debut in the United States on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and the title of the YouTube video of their performance caused a hilarious mixup!

TWICE | @twice_trans/Twitter

On May 18, TWICE treated the audience of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to a performance of their first English single “The Feels.”

| The Late Show with Stephen Colbert/YouTube

The members incorporated the tv show’s set into their choreography to create a truly unique performance of “The Feels.”

ONCE who didn’t catch the performance when it aired on television headed to YouTube to watch the performance video, and TWICE’s official Twitter account tweeted a link to the video. However, the video’s title definitely raised a few eyebrows.

The performance video was originally titled “Who Won The PA GOP Senate Primary? | North Carolina Says Farewell To Madison Cawtho.”

TWICE’s official Twitter account also tweeted the version of the video with this title.

The title used for TWICE’s performance video was intended for Stephen Colbert’s opening monologue, and locals who wanted to hear his monologue were very confused when they found themselves watching a performance of “The Feels!” Although they saw TWICE’s performance by mistake, many locals seemed to like it!

Meanwhile, ONCE has been making jokes about the hilarious mixup, and the fandom couldn’t be more proud of TWICE for making their US Senate debut!

The title mixup was eventually caught and fixed by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert staff, and you can watch TWICE’s performance below!




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