Psy fever hits Australia
Wed, 17 Oct 2012 1:14p.m.
Pop megastar Psy has brought 'Gangnam Style' fever to Australia on a promotional tour.
Crowds gathered at Sydney International Airport’s arrivals hall to catch a glimpse of the South Korean pop sensation, many performing the ‘Gangnam Style’ dance themselves.
Former Spice Girl Mel B even got involved with Psy fever – the X Factor Australia judge performed the ‘Gangnam Style’ dance on last night’s episode.
After her performance of the famous dance, Mel B commented to Psy: “I have to say you are a legend, thank you. I do feel honoured.”
Psy’s video for ‘Gangnam Style’ is approaching 500 million views on YouTube.
Unfortunately for his Kiwi fans, there are currently no announced plans for Psy, real name Jae-Sang Park, to visit New Zealand.
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24/10/2012 12:25:20 p.m.
Chuck Smith wrote:
The Gangnam Style fever has become so popular around the world! This Psy is one genius guy - he really knows entertainment very well. Now that it has become a universal craze and anthem, people are trying to incorporate Gangnam Style with products and stuff. Here's an example, A Gangnam celebrity diamond pendant! And it's worth $60K!!! Oh damn...
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