Blackpink make Coachella history not just with their music, but also their incredibly sexy style

Dolled up from head to toe, the girls were clad in lots and lots of bling, lace, glitter, and plenty of sheer to go around


                            Blackpink make Coachella history not just with their music, but also their incredibly sexy style

The ladies of Blackpink just made history by being the first ever all-girl K-pop band to perform at the 2019 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and they pretty much slayed it! The four gorgeous girls took the festival stage on Friday, April 11, and absolutely nailed every bit of their precisely choreographed set, while looking exactly as dreamy as they do in their music videos.

The Coachella line up is always filled with surprises, and this year, it was time for the four-piece girl group — Lisa, 22, Rosé, 22, Jennie Kim, 23, and Jisoo, 24 — to set the stage on fire. Their set was filled with some of their biggest hits and as thrilled as the fans were throughout their performance, the members were no less. Rosé, overwhelmed by the massive turnout they were treated to, ended up expressing it on the stage, saying: "This can’t be real…This has to be computer graphics."

Blackpink (Source: Twitter)

But it wasn't just their fantastic performance that won hearts all over the festival, because saying that each of them looked like a cover girl cut out from a fashion magazine would be an understatement. Dolled up from head to toe, the girls were clad in lots and lots of bling. There was plenty of lace and glitter to go around, with most of them layering it up with sheer material and tulle and their long tresses let loose as they pretty much owned the stage.



 

 

This epic performance at Coachella came right after the girl group dropped their new track on April 4, along with a sexy music video to go with it, packing up all the action. Titled 'Kill This Love', the song's music video shows the young girls cracking what has been some of their sexiest dance moves till now and true to their style, there were ample bright colors when it came to their popping outfits throughout the clip. Even with the video, the girls managed to break records by becoming the fastest music video to reach 100 million views ever!



 

 

By performing at Coachella, the K-pop icons have now joined this year's impressive line up that boasts of names like Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, and Tame Impala — who are the main headliners of the three-day event. Other brilliant performers from this year's festival are Khalid and EDM sensation Zedd, Puerto Rican Latin trap star Bad Bunny, Moombahton DJ Dillon Francis, and Scottish indie pop band Chvrches.