Lisa Crazy Horse leaked video, Whats happened to Blackpink member Lisa

According to an article on Business Times online, Lisa, a member of the popular girl group Blackpink, recently made history by providing her debut performance at the well-known Parisian venue “Crazy Horse.” On September 28th, Lisa became the first K-pop artist to take to the stage at the esteemed cabaret location.

Lisa appeared on stage during her performance, donning a beanie, and accompanied by dancers wearing wigs. Unlike some of her fellow performers, she opted not to go topless. Rosé and Jisoo, other members of Blackpink, were present in the audience on September 29th, showing their support and friendship towards Lisa. This information was reported.

Today (Saturday) marks the final performance for Lisa at the ‘Crazy Horse’. Lisa had been previously scheduled to give a total of five performances at the venue.

For several months now, there have been rumors circulating that Lisa Manoban, who hails from Thailand, may depart from her group and establish herself as a solo artist. According to reports from South Korean media outlets, Lisa has been offered a new contract that is valued at 50 billion South Korean won, which is equivalent to $37.6 million.

Lisa, a renowned K-Pop sensation and member of the legendary group Blackpink, is scheduled to grace the stage for five exclusive performances of the show “Totally Crazy” on September 28, 29, and 30.

Lisa, a talented rapper, singer and dancer, has captured the hearts of audiences across different generations with her spellbinding performances.

Having been a dedicated follower of Crazy Horse and its distinctive style, she will metamorphose into a “Crazy Girl” and participate in the spectacle as one of the performers.

Lisa will be seamlessly integrated into the cast of dancers throughout the performance, participating in group routines and showcasing multiple solo performances, including the renowned pieces “But I am a Good Girl” and “Crisis? What Crisis!?!”.

As part of her “Crazy Girl” metamorphosis, Lisa will be incorporating her own unique flair into the show’s customary attire.

Approximately 17 years ago, the pioneering performer Dita Von Teese became the inaugural guest star to receive a personalized numerical tribute. Since then, other trailblazing female artists have followed in her footsteps.

In a reversal of perspective, Lisa takes the stage alongside the “Crazy Girls” cast to perform her own original numbers from the cabaret’s collection.

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