BLACKPINK’s Jennie is preparing to make her small screen debut in the upcoming HBO series idol. Jenny revealed in a recent interview with Women’s daily wear She is feeling restless before her television debut, despite selling pitches with the rest of her groupmates.
Lily-Rose Depp — who plays Jocelyn opposite Tedros from The Weeknd — helped Jenny feel comfortable in the role. “It was definitely a challenge, because I had never experienced anything like this before,” she said. “It really helped me a lot. He told me about the sights, and it was very comforting to be there. You just taught me to express myself and be comfortable with myself, to not be afraid. ”
While some fans have expressed concern about it idolControversial topic, Jenny asserted that she “trusts [the show’s director] Sam [Levinson] To be in sync with all the scenes that we’re going to work on together, because it’s about the industry.”
The K-pop star continued, “I was fascinated by the fact that it was about the music industry, and I thought I could bring something to the role.” “It was a chance to be myself and be brave. I didn’t really train for it, or prepare anything. Sam just wanted me to be myself.”
Details about Jenny’s role on the show have been largely kept under wraps, but her fans won’t have to wait long: idol It will premiere on HBO and Max on June 4.