BLACKPINK’s Rosé stole the hearts of the superstar mothers on SBS’s “My Ugly Duckling”!
On the March 14 episode of the favored selection present, Rosé made a visitor look as a particular MC. From the very starting of the episode, the panel of superstar mothers adoringly praised her magnificence and expertise, with a number of of them mentioning that she nearly felt like their granddaughter.
When host Seo Jang Hoon listed a few of BLACKPINK’s many spectacular achievements, Rosé humbly responded, “I somehow feel like I’m hearing about someone else [and not us]. I think it feels strange for us as well.”
Rosé then spoke about her solo debut, which had not but taken place on the time when the “My Ugly Duckling” episode was filmed. “My [title track] known as ‘On The Ground,’” said the idol. “The general meaning of the song is that for those who are searching for meaning in life, we already have the answer within ourselves.”
The hosts went on to ask Rosé to name some of the pros and cons of promoting solo, as opposed to promoting together with the rest of the group.
After a moment of thought, Rosé replied, “In terms of what’s tough, there are occasions if you really feel unsure about one thing whereas selling [as a singer]. Since I don’t have all of the solutions, after I’m undecided what to do about one thing, I sometimes focus on it with the opposite BLACKPINK members and ask them for his or her opinions. We can focus on it and discuss issues via as a gaggle.”
“But when I’m promoting solo, I have to take the lead and do things on my own,” she continued. “It’s definitely hard not having my friends to rely on.”
“As for the pros of promoting solo,” she added with amusing, “now that I’m getting ready on my own, it takes less time to get ready. So I can wake up a little later.”
Rosé went on to speak about auditioning for YG Entertainment, sharing that she sang Jason Mraz’s “I Won’t Give Up” at her audition for the corporate.
When requested if she had any private rituals or habits that she all the time adhered to earlier than happening stage, Rosé instantly replied, “Yes. I have to eat rice, no matter what. I always need to eat a traditional Korean meal that includes rice before I go up on stage.”
Rosé defined that she wanted to eat rice as a way to acquire the energy essential to make it via a complete live performance. “It’s really strange, but if I don’t eat rice, I won’t be able to make it until the end of the concert. My arms will get all limp like seaweed.”
When host Shin Dong Yup requested if different meals had the identical impact, Rosé firmly responded that it needed to be a Korean meal with rice. “No, no, [other cuisines] don’t work,” she stated. “I’ve tried other things, like eating bread. Nothing else worked.”
Watch full episodes of “My Ugly Duckling” with English subtitles beneath!
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