Fans are raving about TXT’s MAMA 2022 performance following their impressive medley of powerful and theatrical dances alongside their best hits.
TXT proved why they’re award winners at MAMA 2022 with an over-the-top performance of their biggest tracks, including Opening Sequence, and Good Boy Gone Bad.
From the captivating video footage to their usual slick yet complex choreography, the five-piece group stunned the 55,000 K-Pop fans at Japan’s Kyocera Dome Osaka on Tuesday.
Twitter is dubbing the entire award show as TXT’s concert as they pulled out all the stops on the global stage. You can watch it live on YouTube and tvN Asia.
Check out TXT’s MAMA 2022 “iconic” Performance
With a theme of Goodbye Romeo, TXT – real name Tomorrow X Together – brought the drama with their elaborate dance formations in the intro, before transitioning into the Opening Sequence.
Dressed in white shirts with translucent sleeves and black trousers, the group performed their fluid choreography expressively as a coffin decorated with candles served as a backdrop – a recreation of Juliet’s deathbed in Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 adaptation.
Before the group unites into an energetic dance routine, a quick video was used to transition into Lonely Boy.
Yeonjun (Soobin), Beomgyu, Taehyun and HueningKai exuded charisma when they changed into black and red jackets for Good Boy Gone Bad. They closed their nearly nine-minute show with their 2022 single, to which roaring applause was received from fans as well as fellow Kpop stars.
The group took home the WorldWide Fans’ Choice Award, alongside Seventeen, Stray Kids, GOT7, TXT, Treasure, Psy, NCT Dream, BTS, BLACKPINK, and Enhypen.
Fans give TXT’s performance a five-star review
“The fits. The dance break. The stages,” a user praised along with crying emojis.” The live performances. The live performances. TXT at MAMA 2022 today was absolutely iconic oh my gosh.”
The second raved: “TXT literally slayed! I’m not even kidding, they literally killed it!”
Another couldn’t help but point out their development into a mature concept since their 2019 debut. “Baby boys no more,” They Hailed. Good Boy Gone Bad represents a significant departure from Crown’s original, lively and youthful track.
Their labelmate, BTS, would’ve been proud:
MOA stands for Moments of Alwaysness. It is their fandom name.
You can also see their faces on the red carpet
The boys are on a streak in the WorldWide Fans’ Choice category:
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