The pop artist appeared on Jimmy Fallon’s show on November 6 to celebrate the release of his latest album Golden. This episode also marked his solo debut on the popular chat show.
BTS’ global K-pop star Jungkook might have appeared on the Tonight Show a few days ago but the short clips posted on the official channel of the talk show often make fans smile whole-heartedly. One such video clip was posted on social media and fans are all hearts for the adorable clip. The pop artist appeared on Jimmy Fallon’s show on November 6 to celebrate the release of his latest album Golden. This episode also marked his solo debut on the popular chat show.
Fans react to the clip
In the clip, Jungkook is saying that he likes Pizza but not leftovers. Jimmy Fallon, the star host then asks, “Well, have you ever had New York City Pizza.” And when Jungkook denied it, the host quickly presented him with a giant slice of Joe’s famous Pizza. The duo even cheered with the Pizza slices amid the screaming live audience. “I got you, it’s not cold. This is one of my favorites. This is what I like. This is Joe’s Pizza,” said the 49-year-old talk show host while cheering.
The seven singer exclaimed with joy while relishing his big bite and expressed his excitement over the taste by saying, “Yum.”
Fans are now going gaga over Jungkook’s expression and first reaction over trying the Italian dish. Some fans lauded the attempt to offer him Joe’s pizza and commented, “He did the face!!! Joe’s is ARMY approved! While another said, “YUM..joe. Kookie is about to sell yall outta pizza.”
Some fans even argued that BTS’ lead vocalist should be given the entire pizza. “Let him finish the pizza next time. He said it was so good that he could eat it for the rest of the interview,” said one fan.
The whole episode was packed with heartfelt moments. From eating pizza to teaching Fallon the hook step from his latest album Golden to sharing his embarrassing moment to fear, the 26-year-old pop singer made this a memorable episode for the ARMY.
The lead singer also performed on the main track Standing Next To You.