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Netizens Praise BTS J-Hope As Idol Recovers Gracefully After 2022 Grammy Performance Accident!

by Victoria Marian Belmis / Apr 05, 2022 11:06 AM EDT
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How does K-pop star and BTS member J-Hope recover from a mishap? Gracefully, of course.

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Notably, the 64th Grammy Awards Ceremony was held live on the MGM Grand Garden Area in Las Vegas yesterday on the 4th of April. At the awards show, a myriad of musical artists made an appearance and among the artists who performed was the K-pop boy group BTS.

Beyond their elite visuals on the GRAMMY's red carpet, the K-pop boy group kept causing netizens and ARMY (the fandom name of BTS) to scream as BTS performed their iconic track, "Butter." 

One of the highlights of the night was when BTS's V was caught "flirting" with American singing Olivia Rodrigo. But another highlight was when J-Hope suffered an accident, going on to trend on Twitter.

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While BTS performed the choreography of their performance, J-Hope slipped and lost his footing while going down a step. This caused the K-pop idol to slip and fumble for quite a bit. 

Usually, normal performers would be understandably fazed, but the male K-pop idol quickly recovered, going up swiftly. Almost instantaneously, BTS's J-Hope found his confidence and continued performing on stage.

BTS J-Hope's slip was not that obvious on camera and a lot of netizens and some K-pop fans even admitted that they did not notice the mishap. Due to this, BTS's J-Hope was praised for the way he handled the situation.

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ARMYs are now even more proud than ever as BTS's J-Hope gracefully and effortlessly recovered from a difficult situation during the K-pop boy group's "Butter" performance.

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