Carpool Karaoke fans, get ready for a load of BTS.
The South Korean boy band is set to make its second appearance this year on “The Late Late Show With James Corden,” this time for the famous vehicular singalong segment.
The date is slated for Feb. 25, the show said Monday on Instagram along with a selfie of the group and Corden, 41. The announcement comes the day before the group’s J-Hope (real name: Jung Ho-seok) celebrates his 25th birthday.
Last month, BTS debuted their single “Black Swan” on “The Late Late Show,” and many fans were calling for Corden to do Carpool Karaoke with the group.
The K-pop crew will release its new album, “Map of the Soul: 7,” on Friday.
In January, fans of Carpool Karaoke were shocked to see a video that showed Corden and Justin Bieber, 25, being towed by a truck during the filming of their segment. Producers later said Corden does drive while singing, but some scenes are staged to maintain the safety of the host and his guests.
“We only use a rig when we are doing a ‘stunt’ as part of the Carpool — when it would be impossible for James to drive! This has occurred only maybe 4 times in 50 or so carpools … Safety is key,” said “Late Late Show” executive producer Ben Winston in a tweet.
Corden later addressed the rumors on his show, saying: “Ninety-five percent of the time, I really am endangering the lives of the world’s biggest pop stars. It’s TV, and sometimes we do stuff just for the sake of entertainment!”
“Look, I’m just shocked that I’ve done something that’s upset people more than ‘Cats,’ ” he added.