Now combined: See behind-the-scenes kissing scenes in the production of “Love, Love, Love”

Now United: veja bastidores das cenas de beijo no making of de "Love, Love, Love"

O Making of Do Musical “Love, Love, Love”, do now united, published this Sunday (8/29), the day the 17-minute film premiered. The making was released within the reality show “The Now United Show” and featured the preparation of the cast as well as the recording backstage. The recordings of the kissing scenes were ridiculous!

The film garnered over two million views on YouTube in the first 24 hours. What stirred up fans a lot were the kissing sequences between three romantic couples in “Love, Love, Love” – ​​and, believe me, this also caused an uproar within the group itself.

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choreographer Kyle Hanagami in the construction of states that the members of now united They didn’t practice kissing, and they were upset – sina dinert, Specially. already Sabina Hidalgo I in the belly were uncomfortable. “They have to understand that this is just acting. Acting while kissing someone is not real”, Choreographer says.

the video shows that any gabrielli I Josh Beauchamp Had to do the scene more than once!


United Records New Songs: Find Vocalists Now!

After the recording of “Secret Project”, which was the musical film “Love, Love, Love”, most members of what is now the United States left the United States and traveled to their respective countries. This was not the case any gabriellimilf from brazil, Savannah Clark, from Australia, and hyun jeong, from South Korea. The trio stayed in the United States to record the new song.

United Records New Songs: Find Vocalists Now!
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The singers had studio sessions with songwriters and producers this week Emile Ghantous, which has been the official producer of now united. he worked on the tracks “Na Na Na”, “Come Together”, “Feel It Now”, “Habibi”, “Paradise”, “The Weekend Here” I “turn it up”. Emil is also developing the group’s new work.

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Will covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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