BLACKPINK‘s Lisa and Rosé thrilled fans when they went live today, showing off their adorable friendship.
Rosé and Lisa have both been busy with their respective schedules. The globetrotting idols have recently made public appearances as ambassadors of separate luxury fashion brands in Europe.
Rosé spent time in London to attend Tiffany & Co.‘s The Vision & Virtuosity London Exhibition. Rosé has been an ambassador for the luxury brand since April of last year.
Lisa made headlines around the world with her appearance at CELINE‘s Paris fashion show. She became an ambassador for the French luxury fashion brand in 2020.
After spending time glammed up and traveling, Lisa and Rosé reunited for a low-key night at home, which they shared with fans.
Lisa hilariously and energetically welcomed viewers to their “pajama party and gogi (meat) mukbang.”
Despite their busy schedules, the two BLACKPINK members prove that they keep up with the latest TikTok trends.
K-Pop stars have frequently used TikTok to promote their new songs and cover the latest trending dance. While the official BLACKPINK TikTok account hasn’t been active since March, the girls did get together to dance to the popular “Jiggle Jiggle” dance challenge while at the British Embassy in Korea this year for Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday celebrations.
It seems the dance has been stuck in Lisa’s mind as she began to sing the song and do the dance moves during her live broadcast with Rosé.
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The older member laughed while Lisa danced behind her, but she couldn’t resist the urge to join herself.
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In June, Lisa, along with TWICE‘s Jihyo and Mina, and (G)I-DLE‘s Minnie, all got together and took photo booth pictures, where they all posed with the Gyaru peace” sign. The Gyaru Peace sign has been all the rage amongst K-Pop stars this year, and also on TikTok.
In Lisa and Rosé’s live broadcast, the two posed so that fans could screenshot their pictures. While they tried out different poses, Rosé began to sing the Korean version of the song “GAL,” which people frequently use for their Gyaru Peace pose on TikTok.
Instead of doing the Gyaru Peace, which is an upside-down peace sign, Rosé framed her face and encouraged Lisa to do the same.
Although the group’s account hasn’t been active in four months, Rosé and Lisa prove they know what’s trending.
Along with proving their status as TikTok lurkers, the two adorably showed off their close bond. To read about Rosé’s thoughtful gesture for Lisa, check out the article below!