The 76th Cannes Film Festival witnessed a unique convergence of K-pop glamour with the attendance of Blackpink's Lisa, Jennie, Rosé, and BTS' V. Their star-studded presence drew substantial social media attention, stirring up a Twitter storm.

Not long after Jennie of Blackpink, managed by YG Entertainment, turned heads on the red carpet in a Chanel couture gown, Twitter users began buzzing about Lisa. Her photo standing alongside BTS' V, also known as Kim Taehyung, went viral.

Lisa, famous for her hit "Money," and V, the voice behind "Christmas Tree," were guests at a dinner party at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cannes, hosted by Celine's artistic director, Hedi Slimane. Both K-pop icons have been recognized as global ambassadors for the renowned French fashion brand, as reported by Billboard.


The shared snapshot of Lisa and V rapidly gained traction on Twitter, with fans expressing admiration for their striking looks. One user enthused, "Should be illegal to look this good," responding to the @PopBase post featuring the duo's impressive outfits.

Other fans echoed this sentiment, praising their favorite artists' stunning appearances. One tweet read, "Lisa and Taehyung always looking good! Give the stylists a raise! The pieces they pick out for them fit them perfectly all the time. L.T. better coordinate! Get it beautiful people!"

However, one particular fan comment sparked intrigue among Twitter users, amassing over 200,000 views and thousands of likes and retweets. The user jokingly referred to Lisa as "her brother-in-law," alluding to the ongoing rumors about a romantic relationship between Jennie and V, sparked by sightings of the pair allegedly holding hands in Paris.

While these rumors remain unverified, it's confirmed that Jennie, Lisa, Rosé, and V are in France, gracing various high-profile events.

Jennie and Rosé marked their Cannes Film Festival debut at the Palace of Festivals and Congresses of Cannes on May 22 and 17, respectively. Jennie was accompanied by her co-stars from the upcoming HBO series "The Idol," set to premiere at the festival. Meanwhile, Rosé attended the premiere of "Monster," a drama by acclaimed Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda.