Jackson Wang made his American late-night debut on The Late Late Show with James Corden this week.
On Wednesday (April 21st), GOT7 singer Jackson Wang appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden to perform his single ‘Leave Me Loving You’.
Those fans who didn’t catch up the singer’s debut on the American late-night show, will be delighted to know that the full performance has been already uploaded.
So, let’s watch Jackson’s performance on The Late Late Show!
Jackson Wang on James Corden’s show
GOT7 band member Jackson Wang appeared on The Late Late Show on Wednesday (April 21st) to perform one of his latest singles, ‘LMLY’ (Leave Me Loving You).
During the interview, James asked the singer what fans can expect from his upcoming second solo album later this year before Jackson performed on the CBS programme.
James Corden shared a short teaser on the show’s official Twitter profile, writing: “The brilliant Jackson Wang performs ‘LMLY’ tonight on The “LateLateShow!”
Watch Jackson Wang’s full performance
If you didn’t catch the live show on CBS, do not worry as Jackson’s full performance has already been posted on The Late, Late Show’s YouTube channel.
The GOT7 singer also shared short snippets from the interview on his social media profiles.
Jackson wrote in one Twitter post: “Blessed. Love to you all for showing love and support I miss you all lots and I can’t wait for everything to get better so I can fly to you all, and perform for you all around the [globe emoji]. Love you guys.”
You can watch Jackson’s full performance from the link below.
Fans’ reactions on Twitter
Jackson’s fans have praised the performance and congratulated the singer on his debut in the United States.
“Congrats on your debut on US national television @JacksonWang852,” reacted one fan. “So happy to be able to witness another step in your career. Proud of your hard work always. Hope the whole world discovers little by little the talent, the ARTIST, the witty, charm and kind man your Jacky’s see in you.”
Another fan added: “Just saying concerts are back in Israel and you’re more than welcome here.”