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On May 5, SM Entertainment stated to news outlet OSEN that Amber received an offer to star in tvN’s “Entourage,” and they are positively considering it.
Previously, it was reported that Amber was already confirmed as a part of the cast, contrary to SM’s statement.
“Entourage” is a remake of the U.S. HBO show of the same name, and will show the realities of the Korean entertainment system. It will highlight elements from the original show, while making it more relatable to a Korean audience.
So far, actors Seo Kang Joon, Lee Kwang Soo, Park Jung Min, and Lee Dong Hwi are all confirmed for the show. Actor Jo Jin Woong is also confirmed as Kim Eun Gab, one of the main characters.
Amber has been offered the role of Kim Eun Gab’s personal assistant, also known as Jay Jung. In the U.S. version of the show, her character is actually male, but will be changed to a female for the upcoming Korean production.
If she does end up taking the role, it will be the idol’s first time acting since her debut. Many are excited to see how Amber will do as the last f(x) member to potentially begin acting.
Meanwhile, “Entourage” will air sometime in the second half of the year.
On May 5, Kesha expressed her surprise at how Krystal used one of her old demos in an ad for cosmetics brand Etude House. The demo, titled “Butterscotch,” was initially intended to be included on Kesha’s debut album.
Kesha wrote on Twitter, “Never know when and HOW??? one of your old songs will find a new life…” and shared a link to an article covering the Etude House ad.
It’s not the first time a Kesha demo has been used in K-pop, either; in 2008, the singer recorded a demo for “Run Devil Run,” which was then turned into a single and promoted by Krystal’s label mates Girls’ Generation in 2010.
Rain and f(x) member Victoria are slated to headline a drama together.
According to Chinese media outlet Xinhua News on May 6, the two stars have been confirmed as leads of Chinese drama, “Endless August” (working title).
The production crew of “Endless August” is reportedly aiming to begin filming some time between mid-June and late June. Filming will take place in a variety of cities, including Shanghai and Suzhou, China and Montreal, Canada.
Meanwhile, “Endless August” is based on the titular short story written by Chinese online literary sensation Anni Baobei. A mellow love story, “Endless August” has enjoyed great popularity among online readers in their twenties and thirties.
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