BLACKPINK: Who Is the Tallest Member?
Together, Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa make up the award-winning K-pop group, BLACKPINK. Separately, though, these artists are pretty different, releasing solo music and partnering with fashion houses based on their style.
How tall are the members of this girl group? Here’s what we know about BLACKPINK.
There are four members in the K-pop group, BLACKPINK
BLACKPINK’s in your area. These performers sometimes branch off to create solo music and Instagram posts. Within the girl group, though, Rosé and Jisoo predominately function as the vocalists, while Jennie and Lisa often appear as rappers.
All four performers appeared on songs like “How You Like That” and “Kill This Love.” They performed at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival, becoming the first K-pop group to do so. BLACKPINK even collaborated with Lady Gaga for the song “Sour Candy,” which appeared on the album Chromatica.
Who is the tallest BLACKPINK member?
These artists are pretty different, though, each with a unique sense of fashion. As seen in group pictures and when these idols are standing together, the BLACKPINK members are of different heights.
However, each of these artists physically changed since their time as a trainee, from different colored hairstyles to colored contacts. Sometimes it’s even hard to judge their heights, as these artists sometimes perform in heels and large boots.
“I was the first one on the team, and I got to watch everybody come in,” Lisa said of Jennie during an interview with Elle Magazine. “She was just this young, tall girl with a perfect body… She started dancing like a robot — she memorized everything in seconds.”
Who is the oldest BLACKPINK member?
Some years separate the idols in this K-pop group. The BLACKPINK members in order from oldest to youngest are Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa. With Jisoo as the eldest member, the artist revealed during BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky that she does feel some responsibility to take care of the other idols.
Unlike other K-pop groups, BLACKPINK doesn’t have an official leader, with the members crediting their trainee years as a reason for their close friendship. Most of the K-pop group’s idols trained for years before debuting.
“The most memorable moment was when we watched old footage of our performances and younger selves together on a big screen,” Lisa said during a press conference in conjunction with BLACKPINK’s documentary. “For those who aspire to become K-pop artists, I’d like to say ‘Have confidence and love yourself.’”
Fans can catch up with Rosé, Jennie, Lisa, and Jisoo on social media. Music by BLACKPINK, including their recently released single with Selena Gomez, “Ice Cream,” is available on most major streaming platforms.