There are currently more than 50,000 candidates vying for the role of a K-pop singer, singer, or dancer, which would put the production’s first season in the world record books.

“We’re all in this together,” actor and actor director James D’Amato said in a statement on Monday.

“We’re the kids that want to be famous, and we’re the ones who want to do what’s right.

It’s been a long, long road, but we’re finally ready to bring our fans the greatest music experience they’ve ever had.”

The casting process has been arduous, with many people waiting in line to audition and many other people simply watching on as the actors went through the audition process.

In a statement to Reuters, K-Pop Entertainment confirmed that the first season of “K-pop Star” will air in 2019.

“With the popularity of our characters, our world and our world’s aspirations, the producers of ‘Kpop Star’ are thrilled to present the first episode of the series, and hope fans will get the chance to see the new season,” K-POP Entertainment said.

“As the world celebrates the upcoming 30th anniversary of ‘Love Live!

School Idol Festival’, we’re excited to showcase the many talented performers who will bring their own unique flair to the role.”

K-Pop has released a series of teaser videos, including one that shows an auditioning character dressed as a boy with a blue scarf and a red mask.

The casting call has been accompanied by a Facebook Live video, which features actor, actor, and K-PAX Entertainment employee Lee Kyung-kyu, as well as a variety of actors who have been seen auditioning.

In addition to the cast, a number of celebrity guests have appeared in the video, including actress Kang Min-seok and singer Yoo Jae-yun.