When it comes to K-Pop idols with years of experience and professionalism, BTS is always at the top of the list.
Since debuting in 2013, the group has grown in popularity, but it wasn’t without its challenges. It has helped all the members grow as people and performers. Yet, everyone makes mistakes, and even BTS are human at the end of the day.
Recently, BTS’s V revealed that he made a mistake during their performance at the 2022 GRAMMYs earlier in the year. Yet, the fact that nobody realized showcases how much of a professional the idol is.
During a recent interview with Spotify, the members answered questions on everything from their favorite songs, hardest tracks to perform, and much more. In particular, the members were asked what the biggest or funniest stage mistake they had ever made was.
Suga joked that it was too hard just to pick one because, after nearly a decade in the industry, there were just too many to choose from.
J-Hope luckily had one and explained that, during a performance, someone did an ad-lib, and he found it very funny.
When the members asked who it was, Jimin‘s face said it all as J-Hope explained what happened during “IDOL.” It seems as if Jimin missed the rhythm, but it must’ve been so subtle that even the members didn’t notice.
The next one was definitely a shock to ARMYs after V revealed that he actually made a mistake during their GRAMMYs performance.
Back in April, BTS stole the entire show with their epic performance of “Butter.” From the cool concept to intricate choreography and stunts, it was an unforgettable moment for ARMYs watching worldwide.
Well, it seems like there might have been a small mistake from V but nobody actually seemed to notice. During the interview, the idol explained that he had made a mistake with the lyrics during the performance.
I made lyric mistakes at the GRAMMYs, which our fans didn’t notice yet.
Yet, it can’t have been too obvious and V must’ve been a true professional because none of the members seemed to notice.
J-Hope also joked that nobody saw his mistake but explained that they saw the moment he fell down. Although ARMYs did see J-Hope fall, they continuously praised his professionalism as he returned back to the choreography flawlessly.
Considering the stress that the members went through during the GRAMMYs, it isn’t surprising that one or two mistakes were made.
Whether it was Jungkook and J-Hope not being able to practice properly due to having COVID-19 or the changes to the sets, the members admitted that it wasn’t the easiest. Producer Ben Winston even revealed there was a moment when it looked like the group wouldn’t perform.
As always, BTS’s V and the rest of the members show that although they are human and make mistakes, it’s their ability to recover that has helped make them superstars.
You can read more from the interview below.