After it was announced that BTS would be appearing on "The Late Late Show with James Corden," BTS was spotted by fans filming for the show with an exciting performance of their hit songs on the road.
Keep on reading to know more.
BTS Films Crosswalk Concert for 'The Late Late Show with James Corden' Appearance
Back on November 16, both James Corden and BTS' label Big Hit Music announced that the seven-member boy group will be making an appearance as a guest on the popular American late night talk show, "The Late Late Show with James Corden," on November 23 local time (November 24 KST).
Not only that, but it was revealed that BTS will be performing their hit 2021 track, "Permission to Dance"!
Now on the day of BTS' show appearance, it seems "Permission to Dance" isn't the only song they will be performing!
On November 23 local time, numerous fans and reporters have spotted BTS filming for a crosswalk concert at the intersection of Beverly and Genesee in Los Angeles - right outside of CBS Television City's building.
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Based on videos uploaded by fans and reporters on social media, in addition to an exciting performance of "Permission to Dance," BTS will also be performing their second English single "Butter," accompanied with elaborate props such as a trampoline and signages.
BTS is also plugging in their 2020 mega-hit track, "Dynamite," along with their colorful blazers and some colorful smoke in the background.
Needless to say, those in their cars stopping in front of the group at the stoplight are absolutely lucky to witness a free BTS performance!
Meanwhile, BTS' episode with James Corden will air on November 23 at 12:37am ET/PT (November 24 at 2:37pm KST).
Are you excited for their appearance?
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BTS' Appearance on 'The Late Late Show with James Corden' Draws Mixed Reactions
While many are excited to see BTS interact once again with James Corden, there are also those who are not so keen with the idea.
Back in September, BTS attended the United Nation's 76th General Assembly as South Korean President Moon Jae In's Special Presidential Envoys.
BTS' attendance received worldwide media attention and was a hot topic among many. However, on the September 20 episode of the show, James Corden received backlash for his remarks on BTS.
James Corden said, "The United Nations General Assembly kicked off this morning in New York City, and it started with some pretty unusual visitors. BTS were there. BTS visited the UN.
"Historic moment. It actually marks the first time that 15-year-old girls everywhere found themselves wishing that they were Secretary General António Guterres," he concluded.
As a response, BTS fans called out James Corden and have revoked his title as "Papa Mochi." James Corden later deleted the video.
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Written by Robyn Joan