Nuests Hello From 2013 Ranks 11 On Inkigayo With Maximum Pre Voting Points

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NU'EST's 'Hello' from 2013 ranks #11 on 'Inkigayo' with maximum pre-voting points
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NU'EST's 'Hello' from 2013 ranks #11 on 'Inkigayo' with maximum pre-voting points

NU'EST's old music has been spotted on current music charts, yet again! 

The boys' song "Hello" from 2013 has climbed back up on charts to rank #11 on 'Inkigayo' for the first week of July. The feat is impressive because they have 0 'on-air' points, but they still manage to rake in the maximum 500 points from pre-voting, more than any other artist. In fact, the boys are the only ones above 100 out of everyone in the top 20.

Don't you all agree that NU'EST's "Hello" is a gem from their lesser-known days?

NUESTs 2013 Track Hello Ranks High On Inkigayo Weekly Chart
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NUESTs 2013 Track Hello Ranks High On Inkigayo Weekly Chart

As fans wait for their comeback, NUESTs 2013 song Hello has shot up the Inkigayo chart!

The track experienced a return to the spotlight after the finale of Produce 101 Season 2, taking high spots on many major charts in Korea.

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Inkigayo recently revealed its full chart for the week of June 19 to 26, after having previously announced the top three (with BLACKPINK taking the win) during the show on July 2.

Idol School Gives Details About Voting Points And Upcoming Eliminations
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Idol School Gives Details About Voting Points And Upcoming Eliminations

Mnets Idol School will be eliminating eight students following the results of votes for the shows third and fourth episodes.

Following the previous weeks episode, there are three teams left to perform. Last week the teams covering BLACKPINKs Whistle and GFRIENDs Me Gustas Tu performed. The August 3 episode will feature teams covering Lovelyz Ah-Choo, TWICEs Cheer Up, and Red Velvets Rookie. Since these performances were pre-recorded, individual rehearsal videos of each student have been released by Mnet.

Watch: Produce 101 Season 2 Trainees Cover EXO, 2PM, And More + Unprecedented Shifts In Class Ranks
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Watch: Produce 101 Season 2 Trainees Cover EXO, 2PM, And More + Unprecedented Shifts In Class Ranks

The third episode of Mnets Produce 101 Season 2 was packed with excitement as the final results of the video evaluations were revealed and the highly anticipated group battle evaluations began in the third episode as well.

In the preview from the end of the second episode, viewers saw a trainee from the F rank group walk into the room of A rank trainees, which was an unexpected but perhaps welcome shakeup for viewers. In the end, six trainees from the B rank group (Han Jongyeon, Daniel Kang, Kim Sangbin, Kim Sungri, Im Youngmin, Lee Woojin), one trainee from the C rank group (Woo Jinyoung), one trainee from the D rank group (Ahn Hyunseob), and one trainee from the F rank group (Kim Taedong) made their way into the A rank group. Plus, although there were some who were less steady in their performance for the video evaluations, all of the original A rank trainees were able to maintain their spots in the group (Lee Daehwi, Park Woojin, Ha Sunghoon, No Taehoon, Kim Namhyung, Samuel Kim, Ong Sungwoong).

Viewers demand feedback from 'Produce 101' for unfair voting system
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Viewers demand feedback from 'Produce 101' for unfair voting system

'Produce 101' viewers are demanding an explanation from Mnet.

On the 21st's episode, the trainees went up against one another and covered various songs by sunbaeboy groups. One of the songs covered was 2PM's "10 out of 10". The two groups that went up against each other wereYoon Jae Chan, Lee Hoo Rim, Kim Hyun Woo, Yoon Ji Sung, Kim Tae Woo, and Kim Tae Min, versus No Tae Hyun, Yoon Yong Bin, Hong Eun Ki, Byun Hyun Min, Ahn Hyung Seob, Park Woo Jin, and Choi Joon Young. The second team had one more member than the first team.