Jennie (BLACKPINK) gives BABYMONSTER advice she wish she had received when she was an apprentice – K-GEN
Jennie advised the BABYMONSTERs.
A few days ago, YG Entertainment unveiled the first episode of Last Evaluation, the survival game that will determine the members who will start in BABYMONSTER, the agency’s new girl group.
In this episode, the girls primarily performed in front of Jennie, who then gave them some advice.
After explaining the importance of having confidence on stage, Jennie revealed: “Before I go on stage I don’t think about things like ‘What if I’m singing in the wrong key?’ I think about how much I’m going to shock everyone in the room. »
“As an intern, I sang out of key, danced badly and made other mistakes, but I was sure I could do it.”confided the BLACKPINK member, stressing the importance of self-confidence.
She then explained that BLACKPINK’s mentality when they were trainees wasn’t about wanting to be the best singers or the best dancers, but about proving their determination to launch and succeed without anything getting in the way to let come. .
Jennie revealed: “One thing I still remember today is that we all thought, ‘If I don’t succeed, I’m going to die. “We worked hard back then. »
Jennie would have liked to have heard this advice herself before her debut.
As she said in front of the BABYMONSTER girls: “I think it would have been nice if someone had told me that as an apprentice. So I’m going to tell you all these things I wish I knew when I was a trainee myself… I hope people can see that from you. »