“His face please”: BTS’ j-hope’s shocked reaction to host Liza Koshy’s introduction evokes funny reactions from ARMYs

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BTS' j-hope evoked funny reactions from ARMYs at his New Year special performance (Image via Twitter/@uarmyvibe)

On January 1, BTS’ j-hope performed at ABC's New Year's countdown live show Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve in New York City.

Dressed in a long white sweater and a matching bucket hat, the idol participated in a brief media interaction with media personality and actress Liza Koshy before his performance. While introducing the BTS member to the crowd, Liza Koshy excitedly announced:

“Speaking of someone who everyone wants to kiss...j-hope!”

While the singer-rapper initially smiled and excitedly looked at the crowd, the moment the host mentioned his name alongside the word “kiss,” BTS’ j-hope was taken aback and looked at her with a shocked expression.

His startled reaction did not go unnoticed by fans, who took to social media to talk about it. One ARMY even pointed out the change in his expression by noting:

“His face please.”

BTS’ j-hope’s fans have the most hilarious response to his viral reactions to MC Liza Koshy

BTS’ j-hope performed at ABC's New Year's countdown live show, Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve at Times Square in New York City. He performed alongside Duran Duran, New Edition, Jax, and fellow labelmates TOMORROW X TOGETHER.

During a pre-performance interview with MC Liza Koshy, his shocked reaction to the host’s introduction of him evoked hilarious reactions from ARMYs around the world.

It is BTS’ j-hope’s first time performing at the event as a soloist and third time overall. The Arson singer had previously performed on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve in both 2017 and 2019 along with his group BTS.

The talented artist performed a medley of his songs - Chicken Noodle Soup, the trilingual hit track featuring Becky G, = (Equal Sign) from his debut solo album Jack in the Box, and Butter (Holiday Remix).

Although there was slight rainfall during the show, it didn’t deter BTS’ j-hope who gave it his all and performed with his unmatched energy, enthralling the audience with his amazing set.

This was j-hope’s third solo stage performance in 2022 after Lollapalooza in July, where he became the first Korean soloist to perform at the iconic music festival, and the 2022 MAMA awards, where he collected awards for himself as well as on behalf of his group.


BTS’ j-hope reveals Jin called him from the military

BTS' j-hope revealed that Jin had called him from the military recently, and he had almost missed it as it was from a different number. He revealed that he felt happy and comforted upon hearing Jin’s voice.

The Arson singer assured fans that Jin is healthy and doing well in the military and asked fans not to worry. Jin will complete his 18-months long mandatory military service and be discharged on June 12, 2024, a day prior to BTS’ 11th debut anniversary.


In other news, the MORE singer is all set to perform at the 37th Golden Disc Awards and is also nominated for a Bongsang for his album Jack in the Box.

The awards will take place outside of Korea on January 7, 2023, at the Rajamangala National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, at 8 pm KST and will be broadcast live on JTBC.

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