There are few fangirls more successful than Jo Nain from the popular reality show Street Dance Girls Fighter.
It all started when the dancer asked fans to help name her new YouTube channel, and BTS‘s Jungkook of all people personally shared an idea!
The “Butter” singer sent in a response on Instagram. He suggested that she call her channel “Have A Good Nain,” a funny pun for the greeting “Have a good night.”
In response, the young dancer from the Just Jerk dance crew reacted with an excited emoji.
As if that wasn’t enough, it didn’t take long for Jungkook to once again show his support! He shocked Jo Nain and fans alike when he released a cover of a choreography that she made for Teyana Taylor‘s song “Bare Wit Me.”
In a later guest appearance on MAMAMOO Moonbyul‘s show Studio Moon Night, she revealed that she was so excited that she couldn’t sleep that night. She didn’t expect him to do her the honor of covering her choreography.
I remember it being late at night at the time, and I had to wake up at 6am the next day. But I couldn’t sleep at all because I was so surprised. I didn’t expect that he would cover my choreography.
— Jo Nain
That wasn’t the only time she talked about her reaction. In a recent interview with Weverse Magazine, she was once again asked about how she felt when she saw Jungkook’s dance.
Jungkook from BTS gave your YouTube channel its name, Have a Good NAIN. How did you feel when he danced to the choreography you came up with?
— Weverse Magazine
She proceeded to share how she learned the news. At that time, she was riding a taxi, and she was rendered completely speechless when she saw Jungkook’s cover. She was so surprised, it took her several minutes to finally speak again.
When I saw that in my taxi, I wasn’t able to speak for several minutes. I found out what people mean when they say they can’t speak after they are really surprised. (laughs)
— Jo Nain
She was overjoyed that an artist she admires showed appreciation for something she worked on. It was a once in a lifetime experience!
I was so thankful and felt like I achieved some kind of goal. I was so proud that an artist I like and look up to acknowledged me and respected my chosen career path and something I made.
— Jo Nain
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