CNCO Make Their U.S. Television Debut On 'Good Morning America'

Lauren Dunn
CNCO

CNCO made their U.S. television debut on ABC’s Good Morning America in New York City on Monday (July 1). 

Just days before their big performance, the Latin boy band hyped up their CNCOwners on social media, getting everyone on the wave with the tag #CNCOonGMA. Moments before their live presentation, they shared a snippet of their rehearsals and a live video from the dressing room.

“We are here [at] Good Morning America, it’s such a pleasure for us, we’re super excited to be here,” group member Erick Brian Colon expressed on Instagram stories. 

At exactly 8:49 a.m., CNCO made their U.S. TV debut by performing their Spanglish R&B-urban track “Pretend.” Dancing on top of a diamond-shaped stage filled with neon blue and purple lights, Erick, Richard, Joel, Christopher, and Zabdiel flaunted their sexy vocals and killer dance moves before Zabdiel wrapped the performance with a fiery beatboxing sesh. 

For those #CNCOwners who missed their performance, check out some clips below.