BLACKPINK’s Jennie to appear on HBO’s ‘The Idol’ on Weekend

BLACKPINK member Jennie will appear in HBO’s Weekend’s latest drama series ‘The Idol’. She joins the protagonist Lily-Rose Depp.

Here’s everything you need to know.

BLACKPINK’s Jennie will join HBO’s ‘The Idol’.

HBO announced on Twitter that Jennie of BLACKPINK will appear in her next work, The Idol.

The network was cast in ‘Jenny Kim #THEIDOL’ on her Twitter.

Despite the announcement, Jennie has already appeared in the recent idol teaser trailer. She appears briefly and appears to be involved in choreography or dance routines.

Nevertheless, details of the rapper’s role are still kept secret.

Also, through her agency, Jenny talked with the Korean News Portal Association and vaguely shared information about her role or character in the play.

‘The script was so interesting that I wanted to be part of the series,’ she said.

Next, K-pop idols said, ‘I feel very excited. I will work hard, so please watch over me with affection.’

Meanwhile, fans are looking forward to Jenny’s appearance in ‘Idol’ and are considering the series as her legitimate acting debut.

The Korean singer has previously appeared in TV series such as the Netflix documentary Blackpink: The Movie, Castle Einstein, and The Clash. She appears as herself on the long running YouTube series Blackpink.

Jennie’s agency, YG Entertainment, recently announced that BLACKPINK is in the final stages of recording a new album with the goal of releasing it in August.

The agency said, “For a long time, I prepared a lot of music like Blackpink. In addition to new songs and large-scale projects, BLACKPINK will go on the largest world tour in the history of a K-pop girl group until the end of the year.

About HBO’s The Idol

HBO’s The Idol was produced by Euphoria creators Sam Levinson, Reza Fahim, and Abel Tesfaye, popularly known as The Weeknd.

The show is set in the music industry of Los Angeles. An up-and-coming female pop singer will follow the story of a complicated relationship with the owner of an enigmatic LA club, who is also the leader of a secret cult.

Additionally, Levinson, Tesfaye, Fahim, Epstein, Ashley Levinson, Kevin Turen and Aaron L. Gilbert of Bron Studios will serve as executive producers for the series.

Starring The Weeknd, Lily-Rose Depp, Troye Sivan, Debby Ryan, Rachel Senott, Steve Zissis and Melaine Liburd.

Nevertheless, the official release date of the idol has not yet been announced.



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