TWICE and (G)I-DLE will be making a splash in K/DA's November EP (mini-album) as they join the lineup of artists taking part in the collaboration!

In 2018, Riot Games' virtual group K/DA began after the popular League of Legends champions were transformed into pop idols. The characters Ahri, Evelynn, Kai'Sa, and Akali formed the group, with many musicians collaborating to provide vocals.

The first K/DA release POP/STARS in 2018 are (G)I-DLE members Soyeon and Miyeon and Madison Beer, and Jaira Burns. The two went on to lend their voices with Bea Miller and Wolftyla to "THE BADDEST" this August.

On October 16, the full roster of collaborators was revealed by K/DA for the group's new EP ALL OUT. This indicated that (G)I-DLE will again take part in the collaboration, and for the first time, TWICE will be joining the team!

Furthermore, the EP, THE BADDEST, will include (G)I-DLE on MORE alongside Lexie Liu, Madison Beer, Jaira Burns, and Seraphine.

TWICE will perform on I'LL SHOW YOU, along with Bekuh BOOM and Annika Wells, on the highly-anticipated collaboration.

The compilation will also include Madison Beer and Kim Petras' VILLAIN and DRUM GO DUM by Aluna, Wolftyla, and Bekuh BOOM.

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TWICE's Upcoming 5th Anniversary

TWICE has gifted its fans with new videos as they gear up for their upcoming fifth debut anniversary.

Throughout the week, the girl group has released special clips for their fans as they get ready for their anniversary on October 20. In 2015, the group made their debut with the song "Like OOH-AHH," and since then, they've gone on to become one of K-pop's most prominent girl groups.

In one of the videos released by TWICE titled "ONCE upon a TWICE, 5 Years," they sat down for personal interviews.

During the clip, TWICE looked back on what their debut day of October 20, 2015, means to them. Most of the members described their debut as a new beginning. They revealed that after working so hard, they finally debuted. "I remember that I cried a lot," Jihyo shared.

When the group was asked what the word "TWICE" means to them, Jihyo described it as a youthful innocence and cheerfulness.