Talk about being lucky.
Filipino actress Anne Curtis posted on her Twitter account yesterday to announce that she just gave 34 tickets to Korean pop group Blackpink’s Manila concert.
The give away was done through Curtis’ organization Dream Machine, a non-profit organization not unlike the Make-A-Wish Foundation that’s open to everyone.
In her Twitter post, Curtis wrote that she wished the ticket recipients would “enjoy the concert to the max” and told them to “spread light and love in this world!”
Just met the 34 @DreamMachinePH filo blinks!! Hope you enjoyed your merienda and I hope you all the enjoy the concert to the MAX! Congratulations and continue to spread light and love in this world! 🖤💗🖤💗 pic.twitter.com/xNm3UF5IOg
— Anne Curtis-Smith (@annecurtissmith) January 31, 2019
Curtis is a big K-pop fan and regularly talks about watching South Korean dramas. So, surely, she knows that giving away tickets to a Blackpink concert is a big deal.
The girl group’s first concert in Manila will be held tomorrow and fans are excited.
Some of asked Curtis if they could get tickets too.
@mikeyroscopy wanted to be the 35th fan to receive a ticket.
Wala po bang pang 35th ate anne 😂 ✌🏻@annecurtissmith
— k.loveaux 🌻 (@mikeyroscopy) January 31, 2019
@ytszyracruz asked for an extra ticket.
Sana lahat😭😭💔 ate anne baka meron ka pang extra ticket dyan😭😭
— zyyyy (@ytszyracruz) January 31, 2019
@admiredbangtan wants all fans to receive tickets to the concert (not gonna happen, girl).
SANA LAHAT 😭
— мaxrine ĸιм •STREAM DNA ✨ (@admiredbangtan) February 1, 2019
Blackpink is one of the top K-pop groups today and has been gaining international attention. Last year, they released the song Kiss and Make Up, a collaboration with British singer Dua Lipa.
They also became the first K-pop girl group to be part of Coachella’s line up when it was announced earlier this month that they will be performing in the music festival in April.