When it comes to being a certified ARMY and always supporting the members of his group, BTS‘s Jimin has recently been the talk of the internet. He recently showcased his true personality after traveling halfway across the world to support fellow member J-Hope, who made history as the first Korean artist to headline Lollapalooza.
During his 70-minute set, J-Hope absolutely stole the hearts of viewers worldwide, showcasing a completely different side to the idol who is often seen as the “Happy Virus” of BTS.
Of course, Jimin was there throughout the entire performance, and he definitely cemented his status as a true “Hype Man.” Throughout all the songs, Jimin was seen with Bang Si Hyuk supporting J-Hope from start to end.
Even as he was leaving, Jimin made sure to let all the ARMYs know just how proud he was of J-Hope.
Recently, one clip has gained the attention of ARMYs after seeing Jimin’s epic reaction to one of J-Hope’s songs, and it was none other than the performance of “Chicken Noodle Soup” with Becky G. ARMYs have been anticipating a live performance of the track with the two artists, and they finally got it.
After so long, it was definitely worth the wait as J-Hope and Becky G had the crowd jumping along to the catchy song.
Well, it seems like they weren’t alone, as Jimin also had the best reaction to the performance. In several clips posted by ARMYs, Jimin seemed to be having the time of his life and was rapping along with Becky G during her part.
Zoomed in, it was definitely clear that Jimin was living his best life at the event, not as a member of BTS but as a fan of J-Hope.
Someone even caught the idol dancing along to the song…
Considering he’s performed the track at BTS Muster Sowoozoo, it isn’t surprising that he knew all the words.
Even after the show, Jimin couldn’t stop showing off his ARMY status. During a live broadcast, Jimin even joked that J-Hope was cooler during his Lollapalooza performance compared to when he is with BTS.
Sometimes, it’s the members of BTS who are the biggest fans of each other, and his reaction to finally seeing “Chicken Noodle Soup” sang live reflects every ARMY watching.
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