BTS’ Jin thrown over Ashton Kutcher’s shoulder as game of hide and seek gets wild

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Jin from BTS got more than he bargained for when a spontaneous game of hide and seek got a little wild on The Late Late Show with James Corden.

At the end of the boy group appearance on the episodes, host James decided to play a game of hide and seek as they usually do when the cameras are off.

The rules were simple – all of BTS had to hide anywhere in the studio while James and actor Ashton Kutcher had to find them and get them to sit in a chair in front of the audience. The first person to find four members out of seven won the game.

As things kicked off, BTS did their best to get out of sight with Suga taking his place behind the scenes with production, Jimin crawling under James’ desk on stage and RM ducking behind a curtain.

The Two and a Half Men star went on the hunt backstage as BTS fans watched on in the audience, and came across the photobooth where Jin and chosen to hide.

Jin – bless his heart – got a bit of a shock when Ashton whipped the curtain back, and he decided to take Jin back to the stage by throwing him over his shoulder.

The K-pop star got the giggles as he was carried around by the star who then placed him on his set of chairs.

Singer Jimin also got the full Ashton experience too as the star found him under the desk and picked him up under his arms to carry him to a seat. Too cute.

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And it was great to see that even though they were in another country on a totally different show, the members still got savage and didn’t hesitate to betray each other as rapper RM cheekily pointed out to Ashton that Jungkook was hiding in plain sight behind one of the cameras on the studio floor.

BTS star Jin got a lift from Ashton Kutcher (Picture: CBS)
Ashton carries Jimin to his seat (Picture: CBS)
James finds J-Hope (Picture: CBS)
RM appeared to give away where Jungkook was hiding (Picture: CBS)
Gotcha! (Picture: CBS)

The Late Late Show also saw the K-pop stars perform new single Black Swan for the very first time.

BTS dressed in all black for the routine, going barefoot and dancing against a backdrop of dark trees.

They also looked back at their guest appearance at the Grammys this month where they joined rapper Lil Nas X on stage for a performance of his viral hit Old Town Road.

‘Everything about that night was so special,’ J-Hope said. ‘BTS and K-pop on stage, we couldn’t believe it.’

The boy group sat down for a chat (Picture: CBS)
The IDOL singers got to reflect on their night at the Grammys (Picture: CBS)

RM chimed in: ‘It felt like K-pop was recognised worldwide by Alicia, referring to host Alicia Keys name-dropping them in a song.

Suga added: ‘Next year we want to do a BTS stage too.’

The Late Late Show with James Corden airs Wednesday at 11.05pm on Sky Comedy.

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