Red Velvet members Irene, Pleasure and Yeri have been recognized with COVID-19.
On March 14, SM Entertainment launched an official assertion saying that the three Red Velvet members had examined positive for the coronavirus over the weekend.
In response to the company, Irene, Pleasure and Yeri had examined positive after pre-emptively utilizing self-test kits, and their diagnoses had been later confirmed by PCR checks. It added that remaining members Seulgi and Wendy had returned unfavorable outcomes on further rounds of testing.
“[Irene, Joy and Yeri] are at present finishing up at-home therapy, and they aren’t exhibiting any specific signs,” mentioned SM, per Soompi. The company famous that every one three contaminated members had accomplished two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.
In consequence, the Ok-pop group’s upcoming live concert ‘2022 The ReVe Festival: Prologue’ has been postponed. The 2-day live performance, initially scheduled to happen on March 19 and 20 at Seoul’s Olympic Handball Gymnasium, would have marked their first live performance in over two years as a full group.
“The long run standing of the occasion shall be determined after reviewing the COVID-19 state of affairs and the artists’ well being,” shared the company.
Nevertheless, SM famous that the discharge of the group’s forthcoming mini-album ‘The ReVe Competition 2022 – Really feel My Rhythm’ shall be continuing on March 21 as scheduled. The upcoming album will mark Red Velvet’s first music mission since their August 2021 mini-album ‘Queendom’.
Final week, SM Leisure revealed that the quintet’s much-anticipated comeback single ‘Really feel My Rhythm’ would feature a sample of the Bach composition ‘Air On The G String’. The company additionally described the monitor as a “pop dance tune” that mixes string-like melodies and an intense entice beat, on prime of the classical parts.