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  1. Blackpink Jennie and Grimes

    Grimes and Blackpink’s Jennie post ‘rocket day’ photos, spark collaboration rumours

    The girlfriend of SpaceX founder Elon Musk captioned her post: "Jennie and Grimes go to space".
  2. BTS Permission To Dance

    YouTube gives BTS fans Permission To Dance in new Shorts challenge

    Starting this Friday (Jul 23), ARMYs – and everyone else – can join in the fun.
  3. 2021 Billboard Music Awards

    Did BTS and Coldplay collaborate on a song? The K-pop stars' reps have an answer

    Speculation first began when the alleged lyrics of Coldplay's new song were leaked online and were said to feature BTS and Korean words.
  4. HyunA LOEWE global brand ambassador

    South Korean star HyunA is new global ambassador for fashion house Loewe

    The singer-songwriter and rapper is the latest celebrity to join the Spanish brand.
  5. Blackpink Lisa

    Lisa in your area: Next Blackpink member to release solo music revealed

    The 24-year-old K-pop idol is currently working on the music video for her new song.
  6. Heechul and Momo dating

    It's over: K-pop couple Super Junior's Heechul and TWICE’s Momo break up

    The two K-pop idols went public with their relationship in January 2020.
  7. 2PM K-pop band

    2PM’s Taecyeon, Chansung recount how fans got into their Singapore hotel room

    The K-pop band members revealed they were sleeping when it happened ... in the buff.
  8. Oppa hair perfection HERO

    Men: A step-by-step guide to achieve 4 'oppa' hairstyles from BTS’ V to Hyun Bin

    When it comes to great-looking hair, you can’t go wrong taking a cue from Korean pop stars and leading men. You might want to skip the barber for ...
  9. 2021 Billboard Music Awards

    K-pop group BTS confirms title of new Ed Sheeran-penned track

    Permission To Dance will be one of the four songs in the CD release of Butter.
  10. Composite picture of Kim Jong Un and BTS.

    Commentary: Why K-pop threatens North Korea's Kim Jong Un

    The notion of pop music-loving teenagers challenging the state is rather fanciful, but the hope for change still lies in them, says Robert Kelly.