Lizzo reveals J-Hope is a text etiquette king, and that she would ‘absolutely’ love a BTS collab

'Love you ARMY!'

If there’s ever a definition of “texting goals,” we’ll just have to look at the one Lizzo has with J-Hope of BTS.

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Lizzo joined Audacy’s Kevan Kenney as the “About Damn Time” singer opened up about her relationship with BTS. For one, there’s one member that she’s developed quite the friendship with.

“I got J-Hope’s number, so we be texting,” Lizzo said. “He’s a great texter, expressive. He does not leave you unread. If it’s been awhile since he’s texted, he’s like ‘I’m so sorry,’ and he apologizes for how long it's taken.”

WATCH MORE: Lizzo plays 'It's About Damn Time' with Kevan Kenney


Lizzo continued by expressing her admiration for the band. “Good people, like really good energy” she said. “I think that’s always why I’ve gravitated towards BTS because they remind me of myself where it’s like, self-love and this positive energy and the way they love their fans. I feel the same way and they genuinely have just a pure, positive energy all the time.”

Naturally, the question about whether or not she would want to collaborate with BTS came up. “Absolutely,” Lizzo immediately said. “I have to be careful because their fans are fierce! But absolutely, I would just say that. I would love to.”

“Love you ARMY!” She then exclaimed.

LISTEN: Lizzo discusses her surprise Coachella appearance with Harry Styles

Elsewhere in the interview, Lizzo took us behind the scenes of her surprise appearance alongside Harry Styles at Coachella this past weekend.

During his set, Lizzo joined Styles on stage to perform the Gloria Gaynor classic “I Will Survive” and then stayed for a rousing rendition of the One Direction hit “What Makes You Beautiful.”

Watch Lizzo's full talk with Kevan Kenney above.

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