Costars drop "One of the Girls" for "The Idol" soundtrack

Album cover for ″One of the Girls,″ sung by Jennie of Blackpink, singer-songwriter The Weekend and actor Lily-Rose Depp [SCREEN CAPTURE]

Blackpink’s Jennie, singer-songwriter and producer The Weekend, and actor Lily-Rose Depp dropped “One Of The Girls” from the official soundtrack for the HBO original series “The Idol” on Friday.

The song, to which the three co-stars lent their vocals, will be featured in the fourth episode of “The Idol” set to air on Sunday. Other tracks, including The Weekend’s “Jealous Guy,” and Depp and cast member Ramsey’s “Fill the Void,” will also feature in this episode.

“The Idol” is a six-episode HBO original drama written and produced by The Weekend, who also is the main star of the show. His producer role was credited under his birth name Abél Tesfaye.

The drama revolves around a pop star in the entertainment industry and is Jennie’s debut as an actress. She plays Dyanne, a backup dancer, and was invited to walk the red carpet at the 76th Cannes International Film Festival last month as one of the stars.

Blackpink is currently on its second world tour, "Blackpink World Tour [Born Pink]." The tour kicked off at the KSPO Dome in Seoul on Oct. 15 and 16 last year, with the girl group going on to visit 14 cities and hold 24 performances in European and North American destinations.

Jennie left the stage early during the group’s concert in Melbourne, Australia on June 11 due to health issues, but returned to the stage on the group’s Sydney concert after recovering the following week.

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