HONNE Had The Sweetest Reaction To BTS’s J-Hope And V Listening To Their Music On “BTS In The SOOP 2”
You know the saying, “Stars—They’re just like us?” In the case of BTS, that proves true as the members frequently prove they are just as much fans of other artists as we are of them.
In episode 2 of BTS In the SOOP 2, J-Hope and V enjoyed a pool party for two. Of course, what’s a party without music? So, J-Hope requested for V, fresh off his trumpet lesson, to play some good music.
After listening to their own song “Dynamite,” specifically the Tropical Remix version, English electronic music duo HONNE‘s hit song “free love” played. The two quickly started singing and dancing along to it, proving their fan status.
This was one of the highlights of the episode and has become widely spread among ARMY online. One ARMY’s post of the clip has gone viral on Twitter.
it isn’t bts in the soop without vhope having the time of their lives together pic.twitter.com/NZm0z4KcJC
— zara⁷ (@ETRNALGOO) October 22, 2021
Despite not being tagged, the video must have gone viral enough that even James Hatcher and Andy Clutterbuck (HONNE members) themselves managed to see it! Their reaction was exactly how you would expect any fan to react upon finding out BTS listens to your music too, and it’s so wholesome!
great to see @BTS_twt vibing to our music the same way i do with theirs🥲 https://t.co/l3PesOUmHL
— HONNE (@hellohonne) October 22, 2021
The duo also reposted another ARMY’s video to their Instagram Stories. Imagine waking up to see BTS were vibing to your song on their reality show!
It’s so sweet to see two fans of each other display their appreciation for each other’s music so freely! We imagine this newfound friendship could develop into a collaboration in the future too.
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