"Roly-Poly in Copacabana"
Released: August 2, 2011
John Travolta Wannabe is the second mini album by South Korean girl groupT-ara. The EP's repackage edition is called Roly-Poly in Copacabana and it was released as a limited edition on August 2, 2011.
It was announced on June 8, 2011 that T-ara would be making their comeback in July with John Travolta Wannabe. It was also revealed that the title track is composed by Shinsadong Tiger and Choi Gyu Sung, who had previously worked with T-ara on songs like "Bo Peep Bo Peep". The album's name comes from the movie Saturday Night Fever which starred John Travolta. T-ara came up with the concept themselves after watching the movie.
On June 24, Core Contents Media released a 59-second teaser of T-ara's title track "Roly-Poly". The video was released three days earlier than originally scheduled, due to the request of fans. The full 12-minute music video was released on July 4.
On August 1, Core Contents Media announced that a repackage of John Travolta Wannabe will be titled Roly-Poly In Copacabana and limited to only 10,000 copies. The repackage will contain one new song, a Eurodance remix of "Roly-Poly", titled "Roly-Poly in Copacabana" which was named after the famous disco club in the 1980s. The song premiered on August 2 while the music video was delayed until the next day. The revealing of "Roly-Poly in Copacabana" was pushed up an hour than originally planned, due to the request urging of fans.