BLACKPINK’s Jennie Gets Real About The Most Difficult Experience The Group Went Through In The Last Six Months

It wasn’t easy.

BLACKPINK‘s Jennie recently sat down for an interview with Vogue where she showed them her preparation for the Met Gala. While on the topic of her schedule, she opened up about the toughest period of time that she faced in the last six months.

BLACKPINK’s Jennie | Vogue/YouTube

According to Jennie, the stress of fitting in their Coachella performances in between their BORN PINK world tour was difficult to handle.

I’ve been on tour for almost six months I think already, and the challenge we had to go through was headlining Coachella in between our tour.

— Jennie

BLACKPINK became the first K-Pop group to headline Coachella, a famous music festival which they previously attended in 2019. This year, they were the main acts on both the April 15 and April 22 dates.

BLACKPINK | @jennierubyjane/Instagram

Unseen in front of the public, it was actually a difficult time for the members. Jennie admitted that they were pressured by time to rehearse for the festival in between their already jampacked schedule. They recently finished visiting countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Taiwan, and the Philippines with back-to-back shows in March before they had to head to California, USA, for Coachella.

We would go from doing shows to rehearsals in between everything that was happening.

— Jennie

While their BORN PINK concerts followed roughly the same setlist, script, and more, the girls changed things up for the music festival and thus needed to dedicate extra time and energy to learning what to do.

For instance, BLACKPINK added a chair dance break to “Pretty Savage.”

Jennie also performed a new rap for her solo “YOU & ME.”

Despite the past few months being busier than ever, Jennie has no regrets. She found the entire Coachella experience rewarding.

I mean, it was an exciting dream come true experience.

— Jennie

Check out the full interview below.

Source: YouTube