Speaking of her acting debut, the “Lovesick Girls” singer was recently announced to be starring in the upcoming HBO TV series, The Idol. The series was co-created by Canadian singer-songwriter The Weeknd, Euphoria‘s Sam Levinson, and Reza Fahim.
She was even spotted in the trailer wearing a crop top and shorts.
However, fans recently expressed concern after dancer and fellow castmate Chelsea Fuji revealed that Jennie was injured during filming. Chelsea was given the role of Jennie’s double, so she was able to closely observe her.
Originally written in Japanese, she wrote on Instagram that the BLACKPINK member was “super busy” with a “super strict schedule from Korea.” While filming, the dancer noticed that she “worked hard despite her injuries.”
Fans who read the comment praised Jennie for her professionalism and for always doing her best in everything. Many said they were proud of her and hoped she would prioritize her health.
jennie was so busy workinghard with their comeback while filming for the idol despite being injured, that girl is always giving her best for us and ik she did amazing i'm very proud of her 🥺
— ً (@bitchrubyjane) August 4, 2022
jennie is so hardworking. she's literally giving her all for blackpink's comeback and the idol while being injured and this is actually so admirable and sad at the same time ☹️ i hope she can recover properly from this soon.. please let's cheer for her and wish her well-being
— 💭 (@jenniethinker) August 4, 2022
i thought she fully healed this time 😭 jennie really missed the optimal time to rehabilitate her injuries. with that, no matter how she tries to recover, even the smallest misstep could hurt her
but she never fails to give her best. its more than being professional —its passion https://t.co/F1XiUoRNl3
— gi | mandu (@jennieaceitgirl) August 4, 2022
Wishing Jennie a speedy and full recovery!
Learn more about the singer’s acting debut in the article below.