Blackpink’s Lisa spotted at Singapore’s Changi Airport

By Linh Le   March 2, 2024 | 01:00 am PT
Lisa, of the global sensation Blackpink, was seen arriving at Changi Airport in Singapore.
Lisa of the K-pop girl group Blackpink. Photo from Lisas Instagram

Lisa of the K-pop girl group Blackpink. Photo from Lisa's Instagram

The Straits Times reported that the Thai celebrity, wearing a blue cap, a white T-shirt, jeans, and a mask, left Terminal 1 of the airport after landing in the city state on Thursday evening. Her arrival was documented by fans in videos that quickly circulated on social media sites such as YouTube and X.

As she headed towards the baggage claim, Lisa received a warm reception from her fans, who offered her gifts. In return, the artist acknowledged their affection with polite bows, waves, and by creating "heart" symbols with her hands.

She then made her way through the crowd and continued to acknowledge her fans with waves even after getting into a black sport utility vehicle, a moment also caught on fan videos.

Speculation abounds regarding the purpose of the K-pop star’s visit to Singapore, with some netizens believing she might be attending the "The Eras Tour" concert by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift at the National Stadium, set to kick off on Saturday, while others think she might be taking a short break after her involvement in the filming of the American TV series "The White Lotus" season three in Thailand.

Born Pranpriya Manobal in Thailand, the 27-year-old singer debuted with the South Korean girl group Blackpink in 2016 and embarked on a solo career in 2021 with her album "Lalisa."

In 2023, Spotify recognized her as the first K-pop artist to achieve 1 billion streams for her song "Money."

Apart from her musical endeavors, Lisa has also made a significant impact in the fashion world as a global ambassador for luxury brands like Celine and Bulgari. She has a substantial social media presence, with 101 million followers on Instagram, becoming the first K-pop artist to reach this milestone.

According to Korea JoongAng Daily in February, she established her own agency, LLOUD, after her contract with YG Entertainment ended.

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