SEVENTEEN’s Joshua And DK Made The Funniest Appearance At NCT 127’s Show
NCT 127 made history by being the first K-Pop group to perform at the Houston Livestock Show And Rodeo. They turned the whole rodeo into their own concert with the number of fans who filled the audience, holding their light sticks high.
HI LOCALS, THIS IS A NORMAL RODEO WERE NCT 127 GOT THE CHANCE TO PERFORM, I REPEAT THIS IS NOT NCT 127 CONCERT. THIS IS A SIMPLE, AND HUMBLE MF RODEO!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/3atGTtRwig
— ³³²⁶A.NEO⁰⁰⁰²²⁹ (@ANeoMulti) March 11, 2020
To make the moment even better, fans spotted a hilarious appearance by SEVENTEEN‘s Joshua and DK that no one had been ready for.
On one of the venue’s huge screens, there was one specifically for displaying photos of the audience enjoying the show. While most of them were fans smiling and holding their NCT light sticks, there was one that immediately had NCTzens wondering what shenanigans were going on.
In the bottom right corner of the screen, there was a photo of Joshua and DK. Making it even funnier, they were somehow captured with an NCT light stick, like they were physically at the show.
WHO PUT JOSH FROM SEVENTEEN ONTO THE HOUSTON RODEO BIG SCREEN #HoustonRodeo #RODEOHOUSTON pic.twitter.com/Hyqmm7xHFq
— elliot🦋 (@pirqteking) March 11, 2020
A fan had not only taken the photo from Joshua’s Instagram…
and added the light stick for a finishing touch but continuously posted it to the #RodeoHouston hashtag on Twitter until it was shown.
here it is 😁 pic.twitter.com/aN5SL6CPNX
— mar (@CHANHEEPRlNT) March 11, 2020
As if seeing NCT 127 exiting the venue on a truck and yelling, “Yeehaw,” hadn’t been iconic enough.
We must never, ever forget this moment. NCT exiting the Houston Rodeo on a Ford pickup screaming YEEEEHAAAAW at NCTzens will go down in history as a top tier moment in our historypic.twitter.com/VD0iHfUQOK
— Val 🍑 KICK IT YEEEEHAAAAAAAW (@hashtagjaehyun) March 11, 2020
Along with the group’s accomplishments and new experiences of performing at the rodeo, this funny moment just made it even more memorable.
Who would’ve thought that SEVENTEEN’s first “appearance” at an NCT show would be this?