The Idol: Despite Backlash, Jennie Might Receive Emmy For Her Role (And She Deserves It)
The scandalous series made Jennie its main star.
Despite a wave of negative comments about the role of the K-pop group Blackpink ’s member in The Idol, Jennie has become popular not only in the music industry, but also in the TV industry. Many fans noted her acting debut in the not-so-easy role of a villain.
Previously, Jennie's career was only in music and modeling, but now she has shown everyone that she is capable of more. The Blackpink member continues to develop her acting talent.
Jennie's acting was noted by fans, who noted that, despite not having many lines, she "sold the role well" and was "excellent."
Not only fans but also critics think that Jennie deserves to be nominated for prestigious awards for her role in The Idol.
According to Forbes, Jennie is eligible for an Emmy for her outstanding performance. Moreover, in the future, her musical skills will not be left behind, and as Forbes suggests, they will help her reach new heights, including a Grammy Award.
Many believe that Jennie is worthy of the award, and the music associated with The Idol may be just what she needs to win a Grammy.
Although Jennie does not yet have a personal soundtrack for the series, if she does, she will be a strong contender against the other nominees.
In The Idol, Jennie plays Dyanne, a dancer and friend of the main character Jocelyn. Many fans agree, that over the three episodes that have been released, the scenes with Jennie are the best ones so far. One of the most popular scenes was a rehearsal, where Dyanne replaces Jocelyn.
An unexpected twist was that Dyanne turned out to be a villain. She's allied with The Weeknd 's Tedros, and they seem to have a plan to use Jocelyn for their own ends.
In addition, in the second episode, after the video shoot fails, Jocelyn’s producer Nikki offers Dyanne to work with her.
In the third episode, Dyanne, in a costume similar to the one the main character wore in the second episode, performs a routine that is suspiciously similar to Jocelyn's one.
However, the scene has received plenty of criticism. Fans condemned the singer's obscene dance in the arms of the guys who touched her in various places, and also noted her rather revealing costume, which some found vulgar.