BTS' V and BLACKPINK's Lisa try pole dancing in Paris, fans ask: 'Are we having a collective hallucination?' Watch
BTS' V and BLACKPINK's Lisa attempted pole dancing in Paris. They were cheered on by their teams and the people present at the party. Watch video.
BTS member V and BLACKPINK's Lisa tried pole dancing at an after-party in Paris. A video emerged on Twitter in which both V and Lisa were seen trying to attempt pole dancing as the people present there cheered them on. The singers recently travelled to France together for attending a fashion show. South Korean actor Park Bo-gum was also part of the event. At the show, V had met actor Eddie Redmayne and the duo hugged. (Also Read | BTS’ V greets Eddie Redmayne with a hug)
In the new clip, V aka Kim Taehyung was seen giggling and laughing as he spun around the pole. Lisa was seen jumping on the pole as she tried pole dancing twice. For the event, V opted for a white T-shirt, black pants and tied a jacket around his waist. Lisa wore a black dress and matching boots.
Sharing the clip on Twitter, a fan wrote, "Are we having a collective hallucination or... Taehyung and Lisa were trying the pole dancing at Celine after party? I’m dead, truly." Another person said, "Lisa pole dancing is something I didn't know I needed." A tweet read, "Never in my life would I have thought I’d see the day Lisa and Taehyung pole dancing how is this all real."
"Taehyung pole dancing in a Parisian underground ruin bar was not on my 2022 bingo card yet here we are," wrote a Twitter user. "People got to watch the Kim Taehyung pole dance right in front of them for FREE?????" asked a fan.
Earlier, taking to his Instagram Stories, V posted a series of pictures as he goofed around near his private jet. He also posted a photo with Bo-gum as they walked near their plane. V also shared pictures as he posed near the Eiffel Towers, and later with a dog.
V's travel comes a few weeks after he along with other BTS members--RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin and Jungkook released their anthology album Proof. The new album comprised old as well as new tracks. Proof debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, making the group score their sixth chart-topper.