"It was amazing," Jennie said of collaborating with Lily-Rose in a Max YouTube video June 7. "I'm so lucky to have worked with someone that I've known for a long time. And she's a superstar. And I'm just so lucky. I had so much fun."
In The Idol, which marks the K-pop artist's first acting job, Jennie shows off her dancing talents as Dyanne, a backup dancer and close friend to Jocelyn, played by Lily-Rose.
"I didn't have a lot of time to learn the choreography for the dance scenes," Jennie added. "Thankfully, I do this all the time, so it came naturally to me."
In turn, Jennie's fellow co-stars also had nothing but praise for the performer. Abel "The Weeknd" Tesafye—who plays Tedros, a modern-day cult leader—raved about having Jennie on the The Idol, noting it was essential to include her perspective.