Blackpinks Rose Talks About How Competitive It Was To Get Into Yg Entertainment

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BLACKPINKs Rosé Talks About How Competitive It Was To Get Into YG Entertainment
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BLACKPINKs Rosé Talks About How Competitive It Was To Get Into YG Entertainment

BLACKPINKs Rosé recently dished on how competitive it was to get into YG Entertainment!

Rosé participated in the upcoming episode of SBS’s “Fantastic Duo 2,” which features 10 singers who compete for a chance to perform a duet with veteran singers Gummy and Yang Hee Eun.

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In this episode, she revealed that she beat a competition rate of 1:400 at the YG auditions in Australia, and said, My dad encouraged me to audition. I thought I was 100% not going to make it, but I did.

Kim Chungha Talks About Life After Leaving JYP Entertainment
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Kim Chungha Talks About Life After Leaving JYP Entertainment

Kim Chungha recently participated in a pictorial for GQ Korea and sat down for an interview, where she described what her life was like after leaving JYP Entertainment.

The singer called herself a lucky person. When I was a 19-year-old college student, I trained under JYP Entertainment. When I turned 20, I met my current company and the show Produce 101,' she explained.

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In 2012, Kim Chungha won third place at a JYP audition. When asked whether she wanted to give up on her dreams after leaving JYP Entertainment, she responded, Rather than wanting to give up, I just accepted my situation. The environment became unfamiliar when I moved to a new agency after my team [at JYP] broke up. Before the team broke up, the members were my last hope. It took me some time to accept the fact that this was gone. Right when I thought I had reached the end, I came across another opportunity.

SISTAR in talks on renewing with Starship Entertainment as contract is expiring soon
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SISTAR in talks on renewing with Starship Entertainment as contract is expiring soon

SISTAR's contract withStarship Entertainment will be expiring soon in June.

Debuting in June 2010 with the popular single "Push Push," the girls' contract will be expiring soon as they signed a standard 7-year contract. Ahead of their contract expiring, SISTAR is expected to make a comeback on May 31 with a song by Black Eyed Pilseungwho previously produced their tracks"Touch My Body" and "I Like That." As SISTAR's comeback coincides near the timeframe when their contract expires, there is additional interest in the contract renewal situation.

UEE in talks to sign with Yuleum Entertainment
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UEE in talks to sign with Yuleum Entertainment

UEE is reported to be in talks to sign with Yuleum Entertainment.

SEE ALSO: UEE confirms departure from After School + Pledis Entertainment

According to reports on May 31, the former After Schoolmember is currently negotiating an exclusive contract with the agency, which houses actors, musical actors, and singers like Kim Sung Ryung, Lee Tae Ran, Kim Yoo Mi, Lee Hyun Wook, and more.

On May 31, Pledis Entertainmentannounced UEE had officially parted ways with the agency and After School after debuting with the girl group in 2009.

Suzy still in talks to re-sign with JYP Entertainment
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Suzy still in talks to re-sign with JYP Entertainment

JYP Entertainmentmade an update on Suzy's plans to possibly re-sign with the agency.

SEE ALSO: Suzy puts on an elegant veil on the cover of 'High Cut'

Her exclusive contract with JYPE ended on March 31 of this year, and many have been curious about her next move. There was talk Suzy would be creating her own one-man agency, but it looks like she's still in discussion to sign with her former label.

On June 14, JYPE stated, "We're consistently discussing a new contract with Suzy."