Jennie admits she wasn’t “the best singer or the best dancer” and offers advice to baby monsters
BLACKPINK’s Jennie admits she wasn’t the best singer during practice reveals BLACKPINK is neither “the best singer nor the best dancer” !
BLACKPINK’s Jennie gave honest advice to a BABYMONSTER team as they prepared for their first review.
Following the shocking announcement of BABYMONSTER’s final team elimination, YG released the first episode of the series on March 9, titled ” Last rating« .
In this episode, seven members of BABYMONSTER were divided into 2 teams. The first episode focuses on Group A’s practice process, including Ruka, Pharita and Ahyeon, as they prepare for the cover of Rosé’s “Gone” (BLACKPINK).
Jennie (BLACKPINK) made a surprise appearance as Team A’s mentor. After watching the team’s performance, she expressed surprise at Pharita’s voice.
She also reserved her applause for Ruka’s rap parts and emphasized that self-confidence is essential for a rapper. To Ahyeon she said: “I can see that you have the greatest talent among the members”showing off Ahyeon’s well-rounded charm.
Additionally, Jennie openly shared her experiences on how to stay as relaxed as possible before making judgments: Before going on stage, rather than thinking about things like “What if I’m not in the mood? I’m thinking about how I’m going to shock everyone sitting there. When I was an apprentice I got the wrong air, I danced badly and I couldn’t build chords. But I was sure of one thing. I WILL DO IT “.
She continues: “I think for BLACKPINK it wasn’t about the four of us being the best singers or dancers. One thing I still remember today is that we all said to each other: ‘If it’s not, I’m going to die.” »
“We tried so hard. Nothing stood against it. I think it would have been good if someone had told me that in training. That’s why I say all these things I wish I’d known when I was an apprentice…” She added.