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BLACKPINK’s Jennie Spills On Her Schedule Ahead Of The “Cannes Film Festival” — Shocking Fans With The Intensity

Over four days, Jennie traveled to multiple countries for multiple schedules.

BLACKPINK‘s Jennie has gained attention after showcasing just how intense her recent schedules have been.

BLACKPINK’s Jennie | @jennierubyjane/Instagram

On July 28, Jennie posted a new vlog following her time promoting the HBO series The Idol at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. Unsurprisingly, Jennie looked absolutely ethereal in her princess outfit.

Yet, while it all looked like fun, Jennie showcased the true extent of how busy her schedule was during this time.

Toward the end of the video, the idol shared just what she had done in the past few days, including two days of concerts, traveling, and then doing the festival, all in the space of four days.

While it was seemingly said light-heartedly, Jennie’s next comment showcased just how intense the schedule was, as she explained, “I don’t really know how I’m still alive.”

She even started listing all the schedules and countries she had visited in those few days, including France and Macau.

The idol unsurprisingly couldn’t hide her relief when she said, “It’s really over now.”

At one point, while it isn’t certain if it might have been a mistranslation or speaking about that specific food, Jennie even added, “Now that I think about it, I didn’t eat yesterday.”

After the video was posted, BLINKs couldn’t hide their admiration for Jennie. In particular, they explained how Jennie is constantly busy with schedules and along with tiredness from long schedules and performances, the idol would also be suffering jet lag from the stops.

 

 

While it’s normal for idols to have hectic schedules, the fact that Jennie’s spanned countries and completely different activities within the space of a few days showcases just how hardworking she is.

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