On the April 21 broadcast of MBC’s “Video Star,” T-ara’s Boram appeared as a guest alongside KARA’s Han Seung Yeon, Wonder Girls’s Yubin, MYNAME’s Insoo, and MBLAQ’s Seungho.

During the episode, the guests and hosts looked back on T-ara’s performances and found that in T-ara’s “Cry Cry,” Boram had a one-second vocal part.

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T-ara’s Boram joked, “I was promoting as a dancer at the time.” Then, while watching T-ara’s “yayaya,” the hosts pointed out that she had no individual parts at all, although they expressed relief when they saw that in later years, Boram had an increasing number of lines.

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Park Na Rae asked, “Were there really songs where you had no parts at all?” and Boram replied, “Well, when the other members are doing a great job on stage, if there’s something I can do…

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Kim Sook said, trying to coax more out of Boram, “It’s all in the past, right?” Park Na Rae added, “You were honestly a little upset, weren’t you?

Boram said, “The members were together [before a performance], and the fact that I was putting on a mic was embarrassing. Because I wasn’t singing. I thought, ‘Why am I even putting this on?’ But other than that, it was okay.