BLACKPINK Helped Inspire An Iconic Scene In The New “Mean Girls” Reboot

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When it comes to iconic K-Pop girl groups, BLACKPINK is undoubtedly among the most well-known to people across the world.

The members of BLACKPINK | @sbskpop/Twitter

Since debuting, BLACKPINK has showcased their skills and talent, whether it’s as a group or solo. They’ve also taken over other industries and now thrive in K-Pop, fashion, and acting, along with other prestigious accolades.

When it comes to the most iconic movies of all time, Mean Girls is an all-time classic with some of the most classic scenes of all time.

The original “Mean Girls” poster | IMDb

In particular, even BLACKPINK covered the iconic Christmas dance scene from the movie, putting their own twist on the legendary choreography…

As expected, the new adaptation is going to include the classic Christmas choreography, and it’s all influenced by BLACKPINK. Ahead of the film’s release, the movie’s choreographer Kyle Hanagami, spoke to the press about the movie.

The new “Mean Girls” poster | IMDb

As expected, the new adaption is going to include the classic Christmas choreography… and it’s all influenced by BLACKPINK. Ahead of the film’s release, the movie’s choreographer Kyle Hanagami, spoke to the press about the movie.

Choreographer Kyle Hanagami | @kylehanagami/Instagram

In particular, K-Pop fans know Kyle as creating some of the most iconic dances in K-Pop, including BLACKPINK’s “Kill This Love,” Red Velvet‘s “Ice Cream Cake,” and many more.

Kyle specifically pointed out the Christmas dance and explained that, like BLACKPINK, the scene had four girls in it. He then explained that most of the people watching the new movie would be the generation who grew up watching BLACKPINK since their debut in 2016.

Kyle added that this meant BLACKPINK was in his mind when choreographing the dance.

When I was choreographing the Christmas dance, I was like, ‘Let’s put a little bit of like inspiration from BLACKPINK in there.’ So, it’s definitely kind of inspired by some of the work I’ve done for other artists because it’s influenced the new generation of performers and actors.

— Kyle Hanagami

When the video was shared, netizens couldn’t get over how BLACKPINK’s influence would be felt in a remake of such an iconic movie.

It will be interesting to see if fans can see the influence of BLACKPINK when the movie comes out.

Source: @MTV