2NE1 member Sandara Park is poised to make her return to the television screen after announcing that she will be hosting OnStyle's "Get It Beauty 2017" alongside Honey Lee, Lee Se Young and Gugudan's Kim Se Jeong. The upcoming show will be a different variety program compared to other beauty shows.

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During "Get It Beauty 2017's" press conference on Feb. 17, Friday, producing director (PD) Oh Kwan Jin revealed that the show is the perfect venue for the hosts to share their personal experiences of being a cosmetic maniac and at the same time introduce their unique style of make-up by using best-selling beauty products, Soompi reported. While beauty programs cannot avoid product placements (PPL), PD Oh said the show's top priority is to introduce better products to the viewers.

"It would be both informative and entertaining," PD Oh said. "There will be blind tests, and the cast will also drive out to meet with viewers directly."

The 2NE1 member also shared her excitement for her newest project with OnStyle's cable channel. Though she has worn make-up for the last 14 years, the idol-turned-actress thinks she is still an amateur.

Much to the surprise of many, Lee then mentioned that the BIGBANG leader G-Dragon may appear as a special guest on the show. She said, "I think G-Dragon will be able to appear as a guest through Dara's strength. It's because Black Pink's Jisoo was also a guest."

While the 2NE1 member cannot promise G-Dragon's appearance on the show, Park said she will definitely try convincing the idol. It can be recalled that the two Hallyu stars sparked dating rumors in early January after they were spotted leaving BIGBANG's afterparty together.

At the time, G-Dragon was seen grasping Park's shoulder, as he led her out of the reach of his fans. YG Entertainment then addressed the rumors, claiming that their close moment was meant as a fun joke and that they did not expect the media would take it seriously, according to Korean newsoutlet Hankooki.com.

"Get It Beauty 2017" is scheduled to premiere on Feb. 19 at 8:20 PM (KST). Check it out below: