‘It was awful’: BLACKPINK’s Pink Venom Special Stage Performance Has Divided K-Pop Fans

South Korean girl group BLACKPINK is back nearly after two years with their new single Pink Venom which is a song from their second studio album Born Pink. The song was released on August 19 receiving 90.4 million views within 24 hours making it the biggest 24-hour debut for a music video in 2022. While these girls are back showing their charisma with the new single, K-Pop fans are somewhat divided by the newly released Special Stage Performance.

Blackpink Pink Venom Special Stage Performance
BLACKPINK Pink Venom Special Stage Performance

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Korean girl group BLACKPINK consists of Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa, and Rose who are the most successful Korean girl group globally and are often regarded as the “biggest girl group in the world.” These talented girls have broken many online records throughout their musical journey and have achieved many accolades with their music. Not only in music, but they are also taking their charms leading the fashion industry with each member of the group representing the top fashion brands.

BLACKPINK’s Pink Venom Special Stage Performance Released

Blackpink's Pink Venom
BLACKPINK’s new single Pink Venom

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BLACKPINK has dropped their exclusive stage performance video of their newly released single Pink Venom from their second studio album Born Pink. While many BLINKs(fans of BLACKPINK) are impressed by YG Entertainment who manages the group, many showed their disappointment regarding the same.

The special stage gave a strong introduction to the girls’ new single which strongly radiated their charisma via the stage setup, costumes, lights, and most importantly the girls who rocked the stage with their presence. However, many fans shared their disappointment with the YG’s cameraperson who was responsible for filming their performance.

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The stage performance was more like a rollercoaster ride which was overpowering the girls’ presence which made the fans quite disappointed as they had difficulty focusing on the group. However, many K-Pop fans shared their excitement about the special stage performance where the girls were seen showing their charm through it.

Check out the tweets below.

Born Pink To Be Released Next Month

K-Pop sensation Blackpink
K-Pop sensation Blackpink

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The group’s upcoming second studio album Born Pink will be released on September 16, 2022, which has achieved a new record for the girls. Their management agency has confirmed that the upcoming album had sold over 2 million copies in pre-orders on Thursday making it the first album by a K-pop female act to achieve the milestone.

Not only that, but the newly released single has also surpassed 200 million views within 7 days and 13 hours. The girl group has also announced their world tour, “BORN PINK” which will begin in October in Seoul this year and will end on June 2023 in New Zealand. The girl group will be performing at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards on August 28.

Source: Twitter

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Priya Sharma
Priya Sharma

Priya Sharma is an entertainment niche content writer at Animated Times. A Journalism and Mass Communication graduate from the University of Lucknow, she holds experience in event management too. She has a healthy(?) obsession with the Hallyu culture and is also exploring anime as well. When not working, she indulges herself in binge-watching K-dramas, playing Ukulele, and trying to seek the attention of her cute buddy, Shiro.

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