Jung Yong Hwa's Playful Homer Simpson Impression Selca
By Mari @cnbstorm / colormecnblue | February 06, 2013 03:07 AM EST
CNBLUE's front man Jung Yong Hwa tweeted a very adorable selca late Tuesday night of himself imitating the expression the 'Homer Simpson' illustration on his t-shirt was making. In his very cute tweet he stated, "Everyone! kk I look like him, right? kk It’s late, I want you to get a good night's sleep after seeing me! kk Hwaiting tomorrow, too!"
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A few months ago, Yonghwa first expressed his love for the Simpsons on Twitter for the first time. Since then, the popular Idol has shared selca after selca showing his growing collection of Simpsons memorabilia. Loving CNBLUE Fans have added to this growing collection by gifting him with Simpsons clothes, toys & stuffed dolls at recent CNBLUE fan meetings and autograph signings. At this point, Yonghwa probably has more Simpsons gifts than he knows what to do with, possibly making him wish he had never mentioned it the public but either way, he has shown his utmost appreciation for his fans.
CNBLUE are currently actively promoting their 4th Mini album 'RE:BLUE' and are making their music show and fan meet rounds to spread the word.
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