Blackpink goes grunge to promote “Shut Down” on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” – Shoe News

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Blackpink has arrived to perform on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” arranging their outfits around their love for black boots. The K-pop group, which includes Jisoo, Rosé, Lisa and Jennie Kim, appeared on the late-night show to promote their new single “Shut Down.” The group was accompanied by a team of eight dancers who wore black crop tops and matching shorts.


Blackpink performs at “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

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Jisoo selected a graffiti print dress with a monster truck image. For shoes, she chose black block-heeled, below-the-knee platform boots.

Rosé wore a charcoal gray crop top emblazoned with the number 92, a black mini skirt belted with a black leather double eyelet belt and black boots with a denim legging style upper. She accessorized with several silver chains, including a silver cross. As always, her signature pink hair stood out against the other band members.

Lisa wore a black corset top over a white cropped tank top, paired with a red snakeskin print skirt and black studded boots. She coordinated with Rosé and wore a silver chain around her neck. Her skirt also had a belt chain.

Jennie Mae wore an asymmetrical trip that was half print and half sheer. The highlight of her outfit were her denim shorts, which featured feather embroidery on the pockets and feather trim. She opted for black combat outfits, complementing the quartet’s black shoe selections.

This fall promises to be busy for Blackpink. The group has just released its second studio album “Born Pink”, along with its single “Shut Down”, and will be promoting it over the next few weeks. In October, they will kick off their Born Pink world tour with stops in South Korea, North America, Europe and Australia.

The recent “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Blackpink’s appearance marks the second time the group has appeared on the show. Their first appearance was two years ago when they promoted their LP “The Album”.

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