According to a report from MTV.com on Dec 31, 2012, YouTube sensation and 'Gangnam style' performer Psy has said that it was his last performance on the hit number in the US.
The viral video made Psy a global icon and his video raked up 1 billion views on YouTube surpassing Justin Bieber's record for "Baby".
Psy planned on "ending" the year by performing "Gangnam Style" on "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve."
In an interview with MTV news, Psy said that there is no better way of ending 'Gangnam Style,' when the location is Times Square, the biggest stage in universe, on New Year's Eve and the day of his birthday. It would be his biggest and most meaningful birthday.
When asked why not New Year's Eve, Psy clarified that 'Gangnam Style' will never truly go away given his schedule.
The Korean singer said that he wants to prove that he has got a second hit up his sleeves for which he is really working hard. This is why he said goodbye to the song on December 31.
He said that he still has a lot of invitations to perform 'Gangnam' in Paris and in China in February.
So the song is not going to end on 'Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve.’ But in America Psy has to write a new single since 'Gangnam Style' has become too popular and he is concerned about its life period.