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Camila Cabello Joins Jisoo For Liar Performance At BLACKPINK’s LA Concert

Fans were pleasantly surprised as BLACKPINK and Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello came together for a performance in LA tonight. It was the first time that the Havana singer collaborated with a K-Pop act.

Since Jisoo has not released any solo songs yet, she chose Liar by Cabello for her solo segment at BLACKPINK’s Born Pink World Tour. The Korean vocalist has been performing the song at all Born Pink World Tour shows. Cabello noticed her cover and reacted on the same on her Instagram profile writing, “Get it girl”

BLACKPINK is currently performing their last two North American shows in LA. Fans were expecting to spot a lot of Hollywood celebs and they were absolutely correct in their anticipation. The biggest surprise was definitely Camila’s appearance. The social media went wild as soon as we spotted Cabello rehearsing with Jisoo.

Cabello can also be seen singling along to BLACKPINK’s iconic “BLACKPINK In Your Area” slogan, wearing a BLACKPINK-themed dress and pink venom-themed makeup.

Fans are delighted after the unexpected but amazing interaction and are now hoping for a BLACKPINK collab with Camila on a song. BLACKPINK has previously collaborated with American singers like Lady Gaga, Dua Lipa, Selena Gomez, and Cardi B.

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The BORN PINK World Tour kicked off in Seoul, South Korea, on October 15, over a month after the release of their second album, and eventually made its way to the US. The GG recently created history as they become the first girl group to earn more than $3 million for a single-arena US concert.

Before launching their second world tour, YG Entertainment said that the talented girl group will travel to numerous nations and places as part of the biggest and most ambitious world tour ever undertaken by a girl group.

In the winter of 2022, the tour, which began in Seoul, South Korea, will come to an end in Europe. The group will travel through Asia and the Middle East in 2023 up to the middle of the year, at which point they will fly to Australia and New Zealand in June and possibly add more dates for the second half of the year.

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