Korean pop sensation the Wonder Girls will sing at U.S. radio station Q102's annual Jingle Ball, according to the girls' official Twitter account on Thursday.
"Guess what?? We are performing at Q102 JINGLE BALL 2009 on Dec. 9th!!!," the girls' wrote on their Twitter page (twitter.com/followwg) on Tuesday.
Wonder Girls will be the second Korean artist to perform at the ball. Top female singer BoA sang her U.S. digital single "Eat You Up" for the opening act of the event last year.
Some of the U.S.' most popular artists including The Fray, Jordin Sparks, Justin Bieber and Jay Sean are set to perform at the ball to be held December 9 at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, New Jersey.
The five-member girl band, who debuted in Korea in 2007, is one of the most successful pop groups in the country with three consecutive No. 1 singles, "Tell Me", "So Hot", and "Nobody".
Their U.S. debut single "Nobody" entered the Billboard Hot100 at No. 76 for the week of October 24, making it the first time for a Korean artist to be placed on the chart in its 115-year history.
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