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On Saturday, May 1, at 12MN, K-Pop Radar updated their monthly charts to reflect the social media growth of idols and K-pop groups in Apr. 2021.
Want to know which female acts gained the most subscribers this month? Then keep on reading!
Lisa is the Female Idol That Gained the Most Instagram Followers in April 2021 + BLACKPINK Members Make Up Top 4
The female idol that gained the most new Instagram followers in Apr. 2021 is none other than BLACKPINK's Lisa.
In that month alone, the idol amassed 2,485,900 new Instagram followers, bringing her end of the month total to 51,611,253. The Thai celebrity is the most-followed K-pop idol on the platform.
As of press time, the idol has 51.7 million followers on the platform.
Her fellow BLACKPINK members did not trail far behind, however. Jennie ranked at number two in K-Pop Radar's monthly Instagram followers chart. The "SOLO" singer garnered 2,088,737 new Instagram followers in Apr. 2021, bringing her end of the month total to 44,378,191 followers. As of press time, Jennie has 44.5 million followers on the platform.
Rosé ranked at number three on the charts. The "On The Ground" singer gained 1,867,291 new Instagram followers. By the end of April, Rosé has 40,078,810 total Instagram followers. It is speculated that the reason Rosé's following grew was due to the number of activities she had that month because of her solo debut. As of the time of writing, Rosé has 40.2 million followers on Instagram.
Jisoo ranked at number four on K-Pop Radar's monthly chart. Jisoo, who is currently busy filming for her drama "Snowdrop," gained 1,773,125 new Instagram followers. By the end of the month, the BLACKPINK member had a total of 40,047,062 Instagram followers.
As of May 3, the idol currently has 40.1 million followers.
BLACKPINK's Official Instagram Account is the K-Pop Girl Group That Gained the Most Instagram Followers in April 2021
It is not only the individual members that gained over a million new followers in Apr. 2021. Even BLACKPINK's official Instagram account gained a number of new followers. Within the specified time frame, BLACKPINK's Instagram account gained 1,047,952 new Instagram followers. By the end of the month, the account had a total of 37,336,870 followers.
As of press time, BLACKPINK's official Instagram account has 37.4 million followers.
These are the TOP 50 Female Idols Who Gained the Most Instagram Followers in April 2021
*Note: Number of new followers put in parenthesis next to the idol's name
1. BLACKPINK's Lisa (2,485,900)
2. BLACKPINK's Jennie (2,088,737)
3. BLACKPINK's Rosé (1,867,291)
4. BLACKPINK's Jisoo (1,773,125)
5. BLACKPINK (1,047,952)
6. IU (633,007)
7. Jessi (527,186)
8. ITZY (435,594)
9. TWICE (433,492)
10. Red Velvet's Joy (271,941)
11. Red Velvet's Wendy (265,133)
12. MAMAMOO's Hwasa (253,015)
13. Red Velvet's Seulgi (219,725)
14. MAMAMOO's Moonbyul (219,040)
15. CLC's Sorn (208,978)
16. Red Velvet's Yeri (197,738)
17. HyunA (167,622)
18. MAMAMOO (163,170)
19. MAMAMOO's Solar (160,799)
20. Kim Sejeong (156,774)
21. Weeekly (148,594)
22. Suzy (131,129)
23. MAMAMOO's Wheein (122,122)
24. aespa (115,584)
26. Brave Girls' Yuna (113,691)
27. Jeon Somi (111,965)
28. Brave Girls' Yujeong (111,825)
29. Sunmi (99,206)
30. STAYC (94,844)
31. Girls' Generation's Tiffany (93,505)
32. Girls' Generation's Seohyun (91,848)
33. Girls' Generation's Taeyeon (87,530)
34. (G)I-DLE (76,946)
35. LOONA (67,275)
36. Brave Girls' Minyoung (66,404)
37. Girl's Day's Hyeri (61,821)
38. f(x)'s Amber (60,199)
39. Brave Girls (57,746)
40. Brave Girls' Eunji (56,704)
41. BIBI (55,427)
42. f(x)'s Krystal (50,889)
43. IZ*ONE (47,613)
44. Girls' Generation's Sooyoung (46,608)
45. Chungha (38,108)
46. EVERGLOW (38,079)
47. Lee Young Ji (36,552)
48. Jessica Jung (33,498)
49. PURPLE KISS (31,303)
50. T-ARA's Jiyeon (30,578)
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