SEVENTEEN’s TV Debut Was Literally A ‘HOME;RUN’

SEVENTEEN’s TV Debut Was Literally A ‘HOME;RUN’

For the first time in their career, SEVENTEEN have made their late-night TV show debut in the U.S. The group recently appeared virtually on The Late Late Show With James Corden, and it was everything anyone wanted plus more! What better track to introduce SVT to new audiences than with their latest release ‘HOME;RUN’? By now, we know whenever the group performs the track, they always seem to hit it out of the park and this was no exception.

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Since its release in October, the track hasn’t slowed down and neither has SEVENTEEN. Every ‘HOME;RUN’ performance brings its pazazz because the group changes it up depending on the stage, always making it entertaining.

For this stage, the group joined in as the staff of The Late Late Show. Switching between what looked like the behind the scenes of the show and on stage at a Broadway show. The performance was iconic, and we’re sure Carats haven’t stopped watching it.

If you haven’t seen the performance or want to watch it again you can check it out and some behind the scenes footage below!

We really can’t stop streaming it, and we’re super excited to see what kind of stage SEVENTEEN will put on for their next performance of ‘HOME;RUN.’ Keep an eye out on their schedule because they’re always dropping surprises on us.

What was your favorite part about their performance? Tell us in the comments down below, tweet us @TheHoneyPOP or talk to us on Facebook and Instagram!

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