The Tiny Detail That Makes TWICE Nayeon, Momo, And Chaeyoung’s “HELLO” Performances Even More Iconic
TWICE‘s Nayeon, Momo, and Chaeyoung wowed ONCE with their iconic subunit song “HELLO,” but there’s a tiny detail in their performance of the song that makes it even more iconic!
“HELLO” is a super hype song, and it gives each of the 3 subunit members a chance to show off their singing and rapping. While ONCE already loved the song when they heard the studio version, the live version of “HELLO” was a definite highlight of TWICE’s III tour setlist.
Each “HELLO” performance was filled with showstopping moments, like Nayeon, Momo, and Chaeyoung’s dance break and their entrance in a pink convertible.
Before the pink convertible with the members was visible during the performances, the “HELLO” beat started and the venue’s lights turned toward the stage. As the car approached, three spotlights shone from the stage.
Fans assumed the spotlights were part of the light show and that they were being controlled by the crew.
However, Nayeon, Momo, and Chaeyoung themselves were the ones controlling the spotlights! During the streaming of TWICE’s Tokyo Dome performance, fans saw Nayeon turn her flashlight off and place it on the car seat next to her, and they realized that the members were creating their own spotlights.
This angle shows all 3 “HELLO” subunit members controlling their own spotlights.
This tiny detail makes the “HELLO” live performances even more iconic! We would’ve never guessed that the members were creating their own spotlights!
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