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BB Tran, Hai Trieu, Mau Dat And Tan Phat Set To Hilariously Transform Into K-pop Girl Group BLACKPINK In “Your Face Sounds Familiar Vietnam”

So Vietnamese viewers were just treated to a special “BLACKPINK” performance on “Your Face Sounds Familiar Vietnam” earlier on.

“Guong Mat Than Quen” is a locally produced variety show, with the copyright bought from the original Spanish’s program “Your Face Sounds Familiar”.  The first season began on 5 January 2013, with the show currently on its 7th season beginning 2 November 2019 to 18 January 2020 on VTV3.

With the intriguing concept, the show has been steadily gaining viewership, and it reached its peak when the teaser of the upcoming episode 6 was released.

BB Trần, Hải Triều... giả BLACKPINK đại náo Gương mặt thân quen - Ảnh 3.

The episode 6 teaser surprises audiences when the likes of local celebrities namely BB Tran, Hai Trieu, Mau Dat, and Tan Phat are seen transforming themselves into popular K-pop girl group BLACKPINK and dancing to their hit track “Kill This Love”.

Furthermore, Vo Tan Phat is the competitor for this show while the other three artists BB Tran, Hai Trieu and Mau Dat were present to perform together in order to form the BLACKPINK girl group.

Photo FB Vo Tan Phat.

Don’t forget to tune in this December 7 to watch “Guong Mat Than Quen” to see how these “girls” will actually “Kill This Love” on VTV3.

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