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BTS member J-Hope apologises to television host Conan O'Brien after calling him 'curtain' on Run BTS Ep 140

BTS rapper J-Hope took to Twitter and apologised to Conan O'Brien after he called him 'curtain' on Run! BTS episode 140. He also shared a picture along with the tweet.
PUBLISHED ON MAY 07, 2021 03:55 PM IST
BTS member J-Hope apologises to Conan O'Brien after calling him 'curtain'.

BTS rapper J-Hope has apologised to Conan O'Brien after he accidentally called him 'curtain' this week. The rapper, who was participating in a game on Run! BTS ep 140, was presented with a picture of the television host and comedian. Instead of pronouncing Conan, J-Hope confidently screamed 'Curtain' before he collapsed to the floor laughing. His fellow members and fans laughed in disbelief. “I got confused for a moment!" he admitted at the time.

After the goof-up went viral, catching O'Brien's attention as well, J-Hope took to Twitter on Friday and apologised to him. The rapper tweeted, "Sorry,,,,, Curtain (pouting and blowing kisses emojis) @ConanOBrien." He also shared a selfie, in which he was seen pouting.


On Wednesday, Conan shared a video reacting to the episode. The comedian said, "He said I was a curtain! I’ve been to Korea!” he said jokingly with a hint of disbelief. "I was popular! ‘Curtain!’ I’ll get you, BTS. Oh, I’ll get you good. And by that, I mean, I’ll silently resent you. I have no power to do anything to you," he added.

Some time back, BTS singer V had also left fans and fellow members in shock when he confessed he couldn't recognise Robert Downey Jr. When he was presented with a picture of the Iron Man actor, the Winter Bear singer asked, "Who is this?" The moment left his fellow BTS members screaming and fans in splits.

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BTS is currently promoting their upcoming new track, Butter. The members recently released concept clips to tease the music video. Butter has been described as an upbeat dance-pop track. The song will be an English language song, marking the K-pop group's second English track since their Grammy-nominated song Dynamite. The song is set to release on May 21.

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