Blackpink’s Lisa lends support to Shinee at Singapore concert


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Blackpink's Lisa (second from right) with Shinee's (from left) Minho, Key and Taemin. The K-pop group held their World VI: Perfect Illumination concert in Singapore on March 2. Photo: Shinee/Instagram

Blackpink’s Lisa was apparently in Singapore for more than one concert.

The Thai rapper was seen leaving the arrival hall at Changi Airport on Feb 29, and many had speculated that Lisa could be attending American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour concert, which kicked off at the National Stadium on March 2.

However, the 26-year-old, whose full name is Lalisa Manobal, first lent her support to Shinee, whose World VI: Perfect Illumination concert was held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on the same day.

In a photograph shared on Shinee’s Instagram, Lisa, in a light blue striped shirt, posed with blue-clad band members Minho, Key and Taemin.

It seemed that the Blackpink idol also gave Shinee a bouquet.

“Welcome to the Shinee World, Lisa,” the post read.

Lisa’s good friend, Thai singer Sorn, was also at the gig, as seen in a photo shared by Sorn on Instagram Stories.

Lisa was later spotted at Swift’s concert, which eventually started at 7pm, three hours after Shinee’s show started.

The boy band’s show on March 2 marked its return to Singapore after 12 years.

On March 1, Minho shared several photographs of his stay in Singapore, including having a swim at Sofitel Singapore City Centre hotel and feasting on chilli and black pepper crabs from Red House Seafood. – The Straits Times/Asia News Network

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