He’s your hope and you’re his hope. When it comes to the award-winning rapper, J-Hope’s celebrity crush, though, this BTS member mentioned an actor who previously appeared in the comedy film, Mean Girls.
Here’s what we know about this K-pop idol, his celebrity crush, and his celebrity friends.
J-Hope is one of the rappers in BTS
He’s a rapper, songwriter, and dancer. J-Hope, real name Jung Hoseok, is one of the seven members of BTS. There, he raps on award-winning songs like “Dynamite” and “Life Goes On,” even having a hand in creating some of the music for the K-pop group.
J-Hope is also considered one of the main dancers in the group, leading the others in dance rehearsal. When it comes to some of his favorite musicians, J-Hope is quick to shout out Drake and Justin Timberlakes. During one interview, however, J-Hope even shared who one of his celebrity crushes is.
Who is BTS member, J-Hope’s, celebrity crush?
Sure, these boys are busy recording and releasing music, but when they’re not working, sometimes, they have time to watch movies. During a 2017 interview with E! News ahead of their appearance at the American Music Awards, the BTS members discussed some of their celebrity crushes.
For J-Hope he mentioned actor Amanda Seyfried. This actor is best known for her work on several movie musicals, including Mamma Mia, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again, and Les Misérables. She also appeared in the 2004 release, Mean Girls.
Each BTS member shouted out different celebrities when it came to their crushes. For Suga, that was the star of Marvel movies like Avengers: Endgame and the upcoming Black Widow, Scarlett Johansson. For Jimin, that was Rachel McAdams, best known for her role in the romance film, The Notebook and the comedy Mean Girls.
J-Hope has a few celebrity fans, as well as some celebrity fans
Aside from the BTS members, J-Hope has a few celebrity friends. That includes Becky G, who J-Hope later collaborated with for their song, “Chicken Noodle Soup.” When it comes to J-Hope’s celebrity fans, the actor and wrestler John Cena is among them, as a longtime listener of “old school rap.”
Talk show hosts Jimmy Fallon and James Corden are both unapologetic fans of the group, although they’ve shouted out other members as their bias. (“Jimmy” and “Jimin” have pretty similar names, so it’s only fitting that Fallon has his own Chimmy BT21 headband.)
The “Life Goes On” music video is now available on YouTube. Music by BTS, including their recently released album, Map of the Soul: 7, is available for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and most major platforms.
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