BTS appeared on James Corden’s Late Late Show and fans are obsessed

BTS appeared on James Corden’s Late Late Show and fans are obsessed

BTS last night took to the stage on The Late Late Show with James Corden, much to the delight of fans.

The K-pop group treated fans to a live performance and enjoyed a sit-down chat with Corden where they spoke about the host getting on the bad side of BTS’s fanbase, Jimin’s workout routine and how the group adapted during the pandemic.

After congratulating them on their three American Music Awards and their Grammy nomination, Corden asked how they rest, and the answer had the host blushing:

Namjoon then asked Corden about the backlash he received from the “BTS Army”, their fanbase, after the English funnyman said the group’s fans are “15-year-old girls”.

Corden apologised for the comment, and was reassured that he’s still “Papa Mochi”, the band’s nickname for the host.

Jimin later told Corden about his workout routine, prompting the star to flex on-stage.

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The group also treated viewers to a performance of Permission to Dance.

Unsuspecting road users were also starstruck when they spotted the group out and about as part of a BTS Crosswalk Concert special.

The Late Late Show teased that it was coming soon, but some motorists have already uploaded their own footage of the surprise gig to social media.


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Since arriving in LA, the K-pop stars have been rubbing shoulders with none other than Good as Hell singer Lizzo.

The two famous acts were spotted hanging out at Harry Styles’s concert and fans were over the moon to see them together.

BTS also shared the selfies, before Lizzo sent a tweet of her own.

Not to miss out on the action, Styles also threw a sunflower to Lizzo from the stage.

It’s sweet seeing our favourite stars coming together to have a good time.

To watch the group’s appearance in full, check out The Late Late Show’s YouTube video featuring the extended chat:

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