Korean American Child Model Signs With YG, Will Most Likely Become a K-Pop Star
Korean American child modelElla Gross has reportedly signed a contract with The Black Label, a YG Entertainment subsidiary launched by producer Teddy.
The news of her contract with the Korean entertainment label came to light when the 10-year-old model posted a selfie with Black Pink’s Jennie on her Instagram account on Saturday with the tag @theblacklabel_official, according to AllKpop.
Born to a Korean mother and an American father, Ella has modeled in the United States mainly for clothing stores like GAP, Levi’s, and other brands.
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