ATEEZ performs “WORK” at The Kelly Clarkson Show

    ATEEZ recently performed on ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’ where they performed their title song “WORK” from their 10th album ‘GOLDEN HOUR : Part.1‘. Let’s dive into their remarkable performance and the impact they made on the global stage.


    ATEEZ’s Arrival on The Kelly Clarkson Show

    When ATEEZ’s appearance on ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show‘ was announced, fans went into a frenzy. The show, known for its prestigious Emmy Awards and immense popularity, raised expectations for ATEEZ’s performance to new heights. The members of ATEEZ captured the hearts of viewers with their stunning visuals and mesmerizing stage presence. From flawless singing to intricate choreography, ATEEZ showed they are ‘stage craftsmen’ who entertain and captivate audiences.

    Dominating Music Charts Worldwide

    Following the release of their 10th mini album ‘GOLDEN HOUR : Part.1’, ATEEZ dominated music charts both locally and internationally. The album quickly rose to the top of various charts, including Hanteo Chart, Circle weekly and monthly album charts, Japan’s Oricon charts, and even the US Billboard 200. Their widespread popularity was further solidified by their impressive rankings on European music charts, such as the UK’s ‘Official Album Chart‘ and the Belgian Ultratop ‘Wallonia’ album chart.


    ATEEZ’s Global Tour and Future Endeavors

    Looking ahead, ATEEZ has exciting plans in store for their fans. They will be embarking on a North American tour titled ‘TOWARDS THE LIGHT: WILL TO POWER’ in 2024, as well as making appearances at prominent overseas music festivals like ‘MAWAZINE’ and ‘SUMMER SONIC 2024’. These events are sure to further solidify ATEEZ’s global presence and showcase their incredible talent to fans around the world.

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