BLACKPINK, Pharrell Williams’ group pic purportedly snapped by French President Emmanuel Macron

BLACKPINK, Pharrell Williams’ group pic purportedly snapped by French President Emmanuel Macron
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In a recent Instagram Story, Tiffany and Co. Executive Alexandre Arnault tagged Macron in a group photo of the K-pop girl group and Williams

January 27, 2023
BLACKPINK and Pharrell Williams recently posed together for a group photo in Paris that was allegedly taken by the president of France. 
Tiffany and Co. Executive Vice President of Product and Communications Alexandre Arnault share the photo of the K-pop girl group and Williams on Instagram Stories earlier this week, which then quickly spread across social media.
Arnault tagged French President Emmanuel Macron in the post, seemingly crediting him as the person who took the photo.
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In a clip of Williams and BLACKPINK that has been making the rounds online, the “Happy” singer can be heard saying that he wants to work with the K-pop quartet, asking, “What do I gotta do?” 
It’s possible the musical acts have already collaborated ⁠— back in 2019, Williams posted a video of Jennie and Lisa in a recording studio. 
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Macron, Williams and BLACKPINK were all guests for the charity event Pièces Jaunes, which was organized by First Lady Brigitte Macron. 
Pièces Jaunes raises funds for hospitalized youth and children across France. President Macron and Williams also met earlier in the week prior to the charity event to discuss human rights and internet safety.  
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The first lady may be a K-pop fan, as she attended BLACKPINK’s “Born Pink” world tour stop in Paris last month. 
As for the K-pop quartet, they are still on their world tour, with the idols set to perform in Abu Dhabi next. They will then take a month-long break before continuing across Asia, Australia and New Zealand. In April, they will make history as Coachella’s first K-pop headliner.

      Daniel Anderson

      Daniel Anderson is a Seattle-based Entertainment Reporter for NextShark




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