BTS is quarantining together and dancing with James Corden to pass the time

Papa Mochi, FTW!
March 31, 2020 10:02 a.m. EST
March 31, 2020 11:44 a.m. EST
The Late Late Show with James Corden was the last to deliver an at-home late night TV talk show, but on Monday night Corden transformed his garage into a studio to hit the late night airwaves once again and present #HomeFest, a music festival totally produced and experienced from home.Although he's now recording without his band, or an audience, Corden was still able to show that, in these uncertain times, we can still have a bit of positivity and fun with the help of some willing celeb participants like John Legend, Will Ferrell, Billie Eilish, Andrea Bocelli and his little baby mochis, BTS.BTS love going on Corden’s show, even dubbing him Papa Mochi during their last appearance on Carpool Karaoke (and if you haven’t seen that episode yet, we suggest doing that ASAP). As it turns out, not only are the boys quarantining together, they're using the extra time indoors to further perfect their already-perfect choreography. Performing "Boy With Luv," the septuplet hit us with their impossibly in-sync choreo straight from South Korea, and we are shook. When we last saw BTS on Corden, they took over an L.A. dance class to show some new moves, but during "Boy With Luv" we were struck not only by their fresh moves, but also, their classic style.Jungkook was draped in black from head to toe, and the internet could not get enough of his legs. “Jungkook is literally 90% legs at this point,” commented one mega-fan, and we’re not ashamed to admit to that we don’t disagree. Then of course, we couldn’t help but notice that Taehyung was wearing Gucci slippers... they look fly, but are they good for dancing? Apparently! He didn’t miss a single step.Corden’s #HomeFest was also peppered with the fun celebrity stylings of Billie Eillish x Finneas (and their dogs!), Dua Lipa, John Legend, Will Ferrell and the cast of Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen who may or may not have had us in tears with a beautifully harmonious "You Will Be Found." It was truly not unlike Sunday's iHeart Living Room Concert which saw the likes of Mariah Carey doing her thing.[video_embed id='1930877']RELATED: Mariah Carey and Backstreet Boys stun with ‘90s classics at the iHeart Living Room Concert[/video_embed]Since this was Corden's first episode back from hiatus, and it comes amid a high-anxiety level around the world, the host also took some time to address how he's been feeling lately.“We just really wanted to make a show to try and bring some joy and some music into your home at what is without question one of the strangest and scariest moments in all of our lives. We’re all in this together,” he explained. “This virus doesn’t discriminate in anyway. It has reminded us how our behaviour can affect other people. It has reminded us that we need to look out for our neighbours. It has reminded me of the importance of my friends and my family and how much I need them... and it is reminding me that when this is all over and said and done, we all need to make the most of every single day.”Amen, Corden. He then showed some clips from around the world of how people are social distancing whilst still having a laugh and making the most of it. It was a moving but also galvanizing return to his show, we hope he'll be back again soon with more rockin' tunes and words of comfort.[video_embed id='6145786873001']BEFORE YOU GO: Lady Gaga reminds fans to ‘be kind to yourself’ at the iHeart Living Room Concert[/video_embed]

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