James Corden thanks BTS Army with new Carpool Karaoke clip

BTS fans in Los Angeles, CA (Photo by Rachel Luna/Getty Images)
BTS fans in Los Angeles, CA (Photo by Rachel Luna/Getty Images) /

The BTS Army’s generosity has been rewarded with a never-before-seen Carpool Karaoke clip.

Over the past few years, there has been little debate when it comes to the most passionate and dedicated fans in music. BTS has expanded its fanbase from South Korea to the entire globe with millions of music lovers worldwide calling themselves part of the BTS Army.

The BTS Army recently proved once again that it is a force for good in the world. After BTS donated $1 million to the Black Lives Matter movement, the band’s fans decided to follow their leader. In just 24 hours, the Army matched the band’s donation for a total of $2 million going to a worthy cause.

The Army didn’t stop there, either. No fanbase, whether in music, movies, or sports, has captured the power of social media quite like BTS fans. Twitter and Instagram are full of creative, knowledgeable, and supportive fans intent on sharing BTS’s message of love and positivity. So doing what it does best, the BTS Army took over Twitter to flood controversial and hateful hashtags with clips of BTS and other K-pop stars

Fans didn’t do this for attention or praise but that doesn’t mean the gratitude isn’t deserved. So to say thank you, late night television’s BTS expert James Corden decided to do something special. He shared a never-before-seen clip of the band’s “Carpool Karaoke” segment from February:

The BTS Army and Late Late Show’s relationship continues to be strong

Late night television fans have seen BTS on just about every show out thereThe Tonight Show Starring Jimmy FallonThe Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and Jimmy Kimmel Live! have all hosted the band and its fans. But The Late Late Show with James Corden has a special place in the BTS Army’s heart.

Corden has interviewed the band on multiple occasions, played fan-favorite games, and of course delivered the much anticipated “Carpool Karaoke” earlier this year. The singalong in Corden’s car also earned him the nickname “Papa Mochi” from bandmember Jimin, which both the comedian and BTS Army members were more than happy to continue.

Sharing this clip of BTS singing their version of “Baby Shark” will only strengthen the connection between fans and Corden. It was a small gesture compared to the incredible generosity displayed by the Army but it will surely be appreciated by the fans.

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