BLACKPINK’s Jennie Shares Honest Insight Into Her Scenes On HBO’s “The Idol”

The idol made her shocking acting debut in the series’ first episode.

BLACKPINK‘s Jennie spoke about her appearance on HBO‘s The Idol.

On June 5, HBO released a behind-the-scenes look at the first episode of The Idol. The show tells the story of a budding singer and her unhealthy relationship with a cult leader.

Poster for The Idol | HBO

In the first episode, the controversial show lived up to expectations and portrayed a mentally struggling singer Jocelyn, played by Lily-Rose Depp, as she first meets Tedros, played by The Weeknd.

Lily-Rose Depp (left) and The Weeknd (right) | HBO

Not lost to fans in the controversial scenes was BLACKPINK Jennie’s awesome performance. In the episode, the icon plays a backup dancer and friend of Jocelyn.

Jennie made her presence felt in the episode with effortless grace and charisma. The idol stunned audiences with her renowned beauty.

In the behind-the-scenes look, Jennie spoke about making her acting debut in the series.

According to the K-Pop idol, despite not having a lot of time to learn the choreography for the dance scenes, the choreography came naturally to her.

I didn’t have a lot of time to learn the choreography for the dance scenes. But thankfully, I do this all the time, so it came naturally to me.

— Jennie

It seems when you’re a chart-topping idol, nothing fazes you!!

Meanwhile, check out how the episode was produced in the link below.

Source: HBO/Youtube

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