The American version of King of Mask Singer, known as The Masked Singer, sent a “love call” to BTS.
On February 2 (Japan Time), John Travolta, Ashley Tisdale, Jamie Lynn Spears, and Bradley Cooper were being reported as the “10 Celebrities Who Must Enter The New Season of The Masked Singer“—BTS’s Jimin was mentioned alongside Cooper.
The creator of the show said, “When we launched ‘The Masked Singer’ season 1, BTS promoted it on Twitter and YouTube and it received a lot of ‘likes’.” At the same time, he sent a “love call” to BTS, expressing his appreciation for them.
International media has reportedly been saying, “It would be great if BTS’s Jimin was on the show.” They also acknowledged BTS’s hectic schedule but held onto the hope that a member would appear by stating, “BTS is one of the most popular groups in the world, so it’s not easy for them to perform, however, it’s not absolutely hopeless.”
Jimin’s singing ability is excellent…
Jimin has been spotlighted around the world recently thanks to an appearance on CBS‘s popular late-night talk show, The Late Late Show with James Corden. Jimin’s performance attracted attention, causing him to occupy real-time trends after the broadcast with over one million mentions dominating the trends in dozens of countries.