BLACKPINK’s Lisa, a Thai musician, will play at the Crazy Horse cabaret in Paris this month. K-pop sensation BLACKPINK will perform five exclusive gigs at the renowned cabaret on September 28, 29, and 30. According to an announcement from BLACKPINK’s Lisa and Crazy Horse Paris.
“Discover Lisa as a ‘Crazy Girl,’ performing original Crazy Horse acts, including the standards ‘But I am a Good Girl and ‘Crisis.’ The cabaret referred to the future performances by the K-pop star as “What Crisis!?.” The Crazy Horse Paris website is currently selling tickets for Lisa’s appearances there. There is a limit of 10 tickets per transaction for €250 each.
The Paris cabaret has also hosted several other special guests: This time Blackpink’s Lisa will perform
Notably, Beyoncé filmed the music video for her popular 2013 song “Partition” in Crazy Horse Paris. She filmed for her self-titled fifth studio album. Over the years, the cabaret has also hosted several other special guests, such as Dita Von Teese, Carmen Electra, and others.
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A recent animated music video for BLACKPINK’s new single, “The Girls,” was also published. The song, which was written just for BLACKPINK The Game. It was first made available in-game before being made available on streaming services. This month’s ‘Born Pink’ tour will come to an end with two final performances by the K-pop girl group in Seoul on September 16 and 17. The girl group’s world tour will have 66 performances overall after the future performances.
Additionally, negotiations between BLACKPINK and YG Entertainment about contract extensions are now ongoing. Concerns about BLACKPINK’s potential future with the agency caused the company’s shares to decline in July.
In the renowned cabaret Crazy Horse Paris, ladies frequently perform in skimpy clothing. And occasionally in nothing at all—in an artistic manner using a combination of music, dance, vibrant visual effects, and costumes. Previous cooperation The theater has already worked with well-known musicians like Christina Aguilera and Beyoncé.
But Lisa is expected to be the first K-pop singer to take the stage for a performance there. Response from the audience: BLINKs, the collective term for BLACKPINK fans, demonstrated their support by requesting that the theater permit online viewing.