Rosé Is “Ready to Cry” as Taylor Swift Surprises Her with Latest Album

BLACKPINK Rosé Taylor Swift
BLACKPINK Rosé Taylor Swift

BLACKPINK’s Rosé recently highlighted her friendship with pop superstar Taylor Swift by sharing a heartfelt post. On April 28th, Rosé took to Instagram to showcase a special package she received from Swift, which included the latter’s latest album, The Tortured Poets Department. Overwhelmed with emotions, Rosé captioned the post, “Thank you. Ready to cry to these,” expressing her readiness to dive into the new tunes.

The friendship between Rosé and Swift was first spotlighted last September at a party in the States, hosted by Swift herself. The event, held at a private studio, was also attended by notable personalities such as Sabrina Carpenter and Hayley Williams. Although Rosé’s appearance sparked rumors of a potential collaboration, it was clarified that her presence was solely for the party, leaving fans both excited about the meetup and slightly disappointed at the missed collaboration opportunity.

BLACKPINK Rosé Taylor Swift
Credit: Rosé Instagram

However, the significance of this union between two such influential artists cannot be understated, underscoring the global stature of K-pop and its artists. Rosé’s continued interactions with Swift include attending Swift’s concert in Japan last February, where she was spotted enjoying the performance from a VIP section. Rosé even shared a TikTok video of herself singing along to Swift’s “All Too Well,” further showcasing their mutual admiration.

Moreover, during the concert, BLACKPINK’s track “Pink Venom” was played before the show, adding another layer to their interconnected music worlds. Swift has also shown her appreciation for BLACKPINK, having been seen singing along to their performance at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards in August 2022.

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