Official video of the unforgettable BTS street concert witnessed by unsuspecting LA drivers is released
One lucky fan got to experience BTS’ traffic-stopping performance on “The Late Late Show With James Corden” much earlier than its official premiere on the show Friday night.
Front-row seat: Filipino American news anchor Cher Calvin chanced upon BTS members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook last month as they were filming their crosswalk performance with James Corden on Beverly Boulevard outside the “Late Late Show” studios in Los Angeles.
BTS recently reunited with James Corden on the latter’s “The Late Late Show,” where the mega-famous K-pop septet performed their single “Permission to Dance” and talked about the moment the talk show host ignited the fury of their fan group, collectively known as the ARMY.
Clearing the air: As soon as the group sat on the couch during their Nov. 24 guest appearance, BTS leader Kim Nam-joon, better known by his stage name RM, immediately asked Corden if he was OK after being on the receiving end of the ARMY’s hate.
“Late Late Show” host James Corden made a massive mistake when he called BTS fans, otherwise known as ARMY, “15 year-old girls,” causing fans to tank the Google ratings for his show.
Uh-oh: Corden, 43, known to ARMY as “Papa Mochi,” joked on his Sept. 21 show about BTS making a speech at the United Nations General Assembly.
The woman who set up a petition calling out James Corden’s “Spill Your Guts” segment revealed she received death threats and racist messages.
What happened: Instagram influencer Kim Saira, who is of Filipino and Chinese descent, told NextShark that she regularly wakes up to hateful messages, including ones encouraging suicide, since starting the petition three weeks ago.
James Corden has addressed the criticism of his segment from the “Late Late Show,” as a video claiming the show’s portrayal of Asian foods was offensive went viral and led to an online petition signed by thousands and a protest outside of his studio.
He discussed the controversy in an episode of SiriusXM’s “The Howard Stern Show” from June 16. A petition calling for the segment’s removal claimed that the show’s portrayal of Asian foods as ”disgusting” and “horrifying” was “encouraging anti-Asian racism,” NextShark previously reported.
People are asking James Corden and “The Late Late Show” to remove the “Spill Your Guts” segment, claiming that it perpetuates anti-Asian racism amid a rise of violence toward AAPI communities.
Host James Corden invites celebrity guests to participate in the segment in which he gives them the option to either answer personal questions or take a bite from an assortment of what is displayed as “gross” foods.
John Cena found himself geeking out over BTS during a recent appearance on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”
During the show’s episode on Wednesday, the WWE star-turned-actor was a guest along with actress January Jones.
English show host James Corden had to go the extra mile to get the approval of Henry Golding’s “mother,” Michelle Yeoh, while playing her role as the super strict mom Eleanor Young for an interview on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”
In the hilarious “Crazy Rich Asians” sketch, Corden discovered that there is a problem in his interview with the 31-year-old actor.