>>4188917>>4188924>But if Koreans thought she had an attitude problem, we would have seen her drop in the last elimination, when she actually went up
I agree, which is why I feel the edit is so overt and unnecessary. >I think she will drop now solely because of her dancing
If she does drop, I hope that this is the reason. As much as I like her, she really might not be suited for a girl group. She has a really pretty voice and could do well going solo as a non-idol. All told though, I actually don't think she'll go down to much. Like I said, it's clear how big the fan bases the C-group girls have. >I think all the girls who dropped positions are feeling down
For sure. I think COVID making it impossible to see fans has made this effect worse than in other seasons. Sure you can be told the numbers of how many people voted for you, but if you can't see for yourself how many people support you it's tough to actually believe, you know? It's just extra heart breaking seeing someone who was brimming with self confidence be totally lost here. In both the Chinese Produce seasons she never got to this point>so what changed their mind?
I think the fact that the Koreans were getting dominated in the rankings way more than they expected. And when Cai Bing acted like a diva, they jumped on the chance to clear a spot for a Korean girl. I also think Su Rui Qi has gotten a lot of attention for calling the Korean War "The War to Resist America and Aid Korea" which is seen as anti-Korean. Which is dumb because I mean, that's just what it's called in China. Can't blame her for saying something she was just taught as being normal. Chen Hsin Wei and one other girl (don't remember who) have this too, but Rui Qi is the popular one.>I assume they needed a gimmick to differentiate it from the other seasons
I always thought it's because having foreign members means more foreign fans/money. I doubt they care too much about differentiating seasons given how similar this one has been.