Blackpink’s Jennie considering role in HBO drama 'The Idol'


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Jennie is reportedly considering a role in HBO Drama 'The Idol', which evolves around a female pop idol who falls for a mysterious club owner who is also a modern-day cult guru. – Photo: YG Entertainment

Jennie of Blackpink is considering appearing in an upcoming US television series, according to South Korean media reports on Friday.

She was offered a not yet specified role for The Idol, an HBO drama set in music industry. The series will evolve around a female pop idol who falls for a mysterious club owner who is also a modern-day cult guru.

The cast includes Lily Rose Depp, the female lead, and is co-created by musician The Weekend and Sam Levinson, director of the HBO series Euphoria. In April, there had reportedly been an overhaul for The Idol, as The Weekend was not happy with the show’s direction.

The artist ewas seen having dinner with Jennie last year.

In the meantime, Blackpink will make a comeback in the third quarter of this year. Its previous album was its first studio album The Album in October 2020. – The Korea Herald/Asia News Network

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