The Goo Goo Dolls wrapped up a high-profile week with visit to the set of "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" on Thursday.
The appearance marked the third time this week that the group took to the airwaves to perform their current hit, "Slide." The Goos also turned up on "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" on Wednesday and the American Music Awards on Monday night, making for three nerve-wracking experiences in one week for the band.
"I have no problem getting up in front of an audience, but when they turn the TV cameras on, and there's that small audience, I always freak out," Goos frontman Johnny Rzeznik told the MTV Radio Network of the times that try pop stars souls.
The Goos now head abroad for a presumably more relaxed string of dates, and will return to the States in March to open some shows for the Rolling Stones. The band is scheduled to be in Australia at the time of Grammys (where the Goos are up for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Pop Performance By
A Duo Or Group With Vocal), but Rzeznik vows to make it back to the States for the ceremony on February 24.