Fans around the world were captivated as Blackpink's Jennie made her grand entrance at the 76th Cannes Film Festival on Monday. The K-pop icon channeled vintage Hollywood glamour in a Chanel dress, turning heads at her debut appearance at the prestigious event in France.

The 27-year-old singer attended the festival alongside her co-stars from the upcoming HBO series "The Idol," including The Weeknd, Lily-Rose Depp, Hari Nef, Moses Sumney, and Troye Sivan, under the guidance of showrunner Sam Levinson. As reported by Billboard, the series is one of the four Out of Competition Selections set to premiere at the festival.

  Fondly referred to as the "Human Chanel," Jennie was the picture of elegance in her knee-length white-lace Chanel dress adorned with black tulle off-shoulder sleeves. The dress, a highlight from Chanel's 2020 spring/summer couture collection, was previously donned by model Kaia Gerber, as stated by W magazine. Jennie completed her classic look with a chic black bow in her hair and matching peep-toe heels.

Once images and clips of the "Solo" singer began to circulate on social media, the hashtag #JENNIEatCannes quickly trended, with fans heaping praise on the star's stunning appearance. One admirer likened her look to a "Disney goddess," while others hailed her as "the most gorgeous person to exist," and "a doll" on the red carpet. Another fan applauded Jennie, tweeting, "She served... As always...," and another excitedly proclaimed, "Our actress [Jennie Ruby Jane]. I'm so proud!" attaching a video of Jennie sharing a laugh with her "The Idol" co-stars.

  Jennie's performance in "The Idol" marks her first foray into acting after a successful music career with Blackpink. However, details about her role remain undisclosed as the production keeps information under wraps.

Adding to Blackpink's presence at the Cannes Festival, Rosé, another member of the South Korean girl group, made her debut on the red carpet, attending the premiere of "Monster," a drama by Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda on Thursday, May 18. Rosé showcased a striking black dress by Anthony Vaccarello for Yves Saint Laurent.

"The Idol" is set to debut on HBO and HBO Max on June 4, marking a new chapter in the multifaceted careers of the Blackpink members.