Girls' Generation Makes U.S. Debut / by

I'm sure a lot of you don't have a clue to who these girls are. But fellow blogger over at The Prophet Blog has been posting about them and the type of music that they do (K-Pop) for over a year now, and he believes that they will soon take over American radio stations. The name of the group is called Girls' Generation. and there are a whopping nine members. The leader of the group is Kim Taeyeon. The other members are Jessica Jung, Sunny, Tiffany, Kim Hyoyeon, Kwon Yuri, Choi Sooyoung, Im Yoona and Seohyun.

Their group originated in South Korea where they've been making music since 2007. Now they are trying to crack the U.S. Charts. To help do so, last night, they made their first U.S. television debut on David Letterman. They performed the English version of their hit "Bring The Boys Out" which was co-written and produced by singer Teddy Riley from the R&B group Blackstreet. Check out the performance after the break.

Yes, yes I do like them, thanks to Tyree and The Prophet. I've watched a bunch of their performances of this song as well as the video to it numerous of times. I've just neglected to post about them until they hit American soil. That time has come. So what do you all think of them? Do they have too many members? Is the song hot? Do they have what it takes to crack the charts? Share all of your thoughts!