I think I speak for everybody when I say that I was bitterly disappointed that Stellar‘s thong fashion didn’t extend beyond one teaser photo.

Well, it turns out that the g-string concept almost went ahead, except that Stellar refused to go through with it.

“At first, our company suggested us to dance in thongs,” Stellar revealed in a new interview. “We were strongly against it because we knew it was impossible to dance in them. We thought it was a big no. We strongly told them it was impossible because the thongs will be rolled up as we dance. If they didn’t consider our opinions and force us to wear them, we were going to pack our stuff and go home. We told each other that we were gonna drive off. Thankfully, it settled well so we got to dance in more clothes.” [Via KPKF]

I don’t know what they mean by the thongs rolling up, unless they mean that their dresses would roll up on stage to reveal their almost bare asses.

I’m not sure if this statement is Stellar’s honest opinion or some form of media play to continue gaining sympathy from the public, but whatever the truth it, it plays right into the sentiment that Stellar’s production team, MonoTree, have been expressing through the group’s music and concepts since “Marionette.” It shows that Stellar’s somewhat uncomfortable with their sexy concept, but that they’re still willing to participate as long as it doesn’t go too far.

Their outfits aren’t really that provocative though compared to what they wore during “Marionette,” which was basically a g-string over tights that turned sheer when they bent over.

In other Stellar news, “Vibrato” has been topping MV charts despite tanking on Melon. They’re even getting positive netizen comments now!

They’ve also got this edgy new promotional tactic where they’re going to release controversial videos each time “Vibrato” reaches a new peak on the charts, but since the song is selling so badly we might not even get to see them.

Anyway, check out Stellegend’s gorgeous, thong-less Show Champion comeback stage below.

  • T-rollypoly

    I think it’s media play. This is their agency’s answer to the haters who keeps on saying that these girls are slaves and are being forced into sexy concepts. They are basically saying that the girls have a say in the whole conceptual process which I really believe personally. I’m pretty sure there are things that the agency is forcing them to say on interviews but forcing them to do sexy concepts if they don’t really want to completely? I say that’s absurd. It’s the same as saying that the girls are just plain stupid. They’re not. This is just my personal opinion on this subject matter.

    • Nana’s Disco Stick

      i’m sure they consent have always been asked prior to launching these concepts. i mean, look at them when they perform live – they look really happy doing it.

      that for me, says that they’re okay doing what they do. or they’re really good at faking it

  • Quingg

    I would love to know who is actually funding their music and comeback.

    Each MV since Marionette have been like high budget and while each song has flopped very hard, it’s interesting to see them churning out bigger production songs and MV’s.

    I appreciate Stellar. I feel they should’ve added a 5th member by now who’s like 15 so she can be doing all this sexy stuff and they can get more exposure lmao

  • KingBeaArthur

    Media play or not: I just wish the shorts they ended up wearing weren’t so unflattering.


    Let’s just say that this is not media play and they are being completely truthful about what went down. What I got from this is that they are united and that makes me happy. We’re getting more releases with these girls together and that is really all I can ask for as a fan.

  • I really love their new song. I think after all of the unnecessary hatred they received it made them get closer as a unit and team which actually makes them really strong and powerful considering that the company was willing to let the girls have a say and some control. I feel like any other company would have fired them or let them go, but Stellar just has magic like that.

  • j d

    The girls want the money.

  • Nicole Naeun

    Stellar needs to get their shit together and start being a professional! Now march and change to those thongs!