Honey J, the leader of the HolyBang crew on "Street Woman Fighter," expressed her admiration over BLACKPINK Lisa's dancing skills. In one of her live broadcasts, the professional dancer selected the "LALISA" singer as the best idol dancer. Keep reading to know her reason.
Choreographer and dancer Honey J selected BLACKPINK Lisa as the best dancer among idols. On September 17, the Korean media outlet, Top Star News, wrote about the reasons why the HolyBang leader chose the female idol.
HolyBang Honey J Commends BLACKPINK Lisa's Dance Skills
In particular, Honey J communicated with fans through an Instagram live broadcast where she answered some questions thrown by fans.
One fan then asked, "Who is the best idol dancer for Honey J?"
The choreographer then responded, "I also talked about this last time, but (BLACKPINK) Lisa is really good at dancing. She dances beautifully and she's a fast learner. I think you'll be able to recognize once you see it."
In particular, this is not the first time that Honey J praised Lisa's skills. In 2019, she also shared videos with the female star, pointing out how Lisa only learned a dance within two hours and executed it perfectly.
Back to her broadcast, HoneyJ added, "But all idols dance well these days. So I was a little surprised."
When asked if she had any experience in idol dance training, Honey J explained, "WJSN friends had many lessons with me before their debut, and I also trained various idols such as 2NE1 Gong Minji, HyunA, Lisa, and Jewelry."
Upon hearing this, Internet users said, "HoneyJ is so cool in 'Street Woman Fighter.'" "I really like you," "I love HoneyJ," and "She was more attractive because of her humanity."
BTS J-Hope Shows Support to Dance Crew HolyBang on 'Street Woman Fighter'
Meanwhile, Honey J, who is appearing in a survival reality dance show with her crew HolyBang gained support from K-pop idols as well.
On September 17, BTS J-Hope attracted attention after showing his admiration to the HolyBang crew, which is currently appearing on Mnet's "Street Woman Fighter."
On Weverse, J-Hope uploaded a photo with a thumbs-up emoticon. In the photo, the global male idol showed the scene from the Mega Crew evaluation featuring HolyBang.
In context, it is truly a huge honor to receive support from the idol, who is also a street dancer before his debut. J-Hope is not only active as the head of the choreography team in BTS based on his outstanding dance skills. Actually, before his debut as BTS in 2013, he is also known to have been a street dancer under the name "Smile Hoya."
On the other hand, Honey J is a dancer who has been active as a choreographer for singers such as Jay Park, former Sistar Hyorin, Bora, Girls' Generation Hyoyeon, and BewhY.
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Written by Eunice Dawson