SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - FEBRUARY 22: Girl group BLACKPINK attend the 6th Gaon Chart K-Pop Awards on February 22, 2017 in Seoul, South Korea. (Photo by Han Myung-Gu/WireImage)
Our girls just keep doing us proud (Picture: WireImage)

BLACKPINK are having a big moment right now after their surprise interview with Scott Mills this afternoon, and BBC Radio 1 playing their brand new single Kill This Love.

The K-pop stars had the honour of having their latest record-breaking single play during Scotts drivetime show on Monday afternoon, but that wasnt the only surprise.

Lisa, Rose, Jennie and Jisoo actually spoke to Scott for a very quick interview during their break from a Vogue photo shoot in their native South Korea – seriously, the girls are killing it right now.

During the brief chat, BLACKPINK said of their snowballing success: It shocks us everyday so were very thankful and grateful for our fans and viewers.

They also promised to stop by Scotts Radio 1 show when the arrive in the UK next month on their world tour.

Its in our diaries already.



Of course, BLINKs everywhere were thrilled with Radio 1 shining the spotlight on BLACKPINK, with one proudly tweeting: THE REAL DEFINITION OF QUEENS, while another said: Thank you so much! Im beyond proud of my girls.

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Predicting their world domination, one BLINK stated: Blackpink is the revolution, and another added: They really truly deserve it. Thank you for featuring them.

Cheekily, another fan gave Radio 1 a nudge to play BTS new single Boy With Luv, which features Halsey. They tweeted: Looking forward to your enthusiastic reception of @BTS_twt new single Boy With Luv.


BLACKPINK are preparing to make their Coachella 2019 debut this weekend where theyll no doubt kill their performance of Ddu-du Ddu-du and Kill This Love.

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It all comes after Kill This Love smashed YouTube records, becoming the fastest K-pop band to to reach 100 million views on YouTube.

It took just two days and 14 hours for BLACKPINK to beat the record previously set by Psy.

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