Amid rumors Cannes Movie Pageant invitees Jennie and V could also be on the competition collectively after the Okay-pop stars’ viral Paris PDA stroll, Jennie stepped out on its purple carpet to fête The Idol‘s premiere this night in France.
The Blackpink singer posed solo, then with the present’s forged. BTS’ V was not photographed at that premiere, though he’s rumored to be going as a visitor of Celine for its personal occasion. V shared an Instagram Story, that includes a word from Celine welcoming him to Cannes. His company Huge Hit later confirmed he’s in France for a Celine occasion, to not attend the competition.
Jennie and V’s businesses declined to touch upon courting rumors generated final week, saying in a press release to Sports activities Seoul then (by way of Soompi), “It is difficult to check [regarding this matter on the artists’ private lives].”
The Idol marks Jennie’s appearing debut. Style-wise, Jennie put a recent spin on the princess gown—a celeb favourite at Cannes—by sporting an off-the-shoulder black-and-white tulle midi gown by Chanel from its spring/summer time 2020 high fashion assortment. She accessorized with sandal heels and a black bow headband, sporting her darkish hair down and straight.
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Jennie spoke to ELLE about appearing in The Idol again in November. Making her display debut in an American present, “the thing is, it was definitely not planned,” she mentioned. “I’ve had a dream of acting in the future, as I was doing so many different parts already as an artist, so I’ve always wondered what it would be like. But the opportunity just came to me so naturally one day. And I just knew that it was something that I would regret if I didn’t go for it.”
With getting ready for the position, her expectations have been removed from the fact on set. “In my head, I thought I would have to revise all the script and get into character,” she mentioned. “But luckily, I had Sam [Levinson, one of the show’s creators] there. What he said was to just be me. I didn’t try to prepare it perfectly, which I really would do. I had many conversations with Sam and Abel [Tesfaye, a.k.a. The Weeknd, the show’s other creator], and I think that helped me. And they just made sure that I didn’t have to be so nervous about things.”
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