(CNN)Chicken noodle soup. Chicken noodle soup. Chicken noodle soup with a soda on the side.
There’s a good chance that, after reading this article, you’ll find yourself chanting that refrain to yourself at work for the rest of the day.And if you want to take things up a notch, there’s a dance challenge you can get involved in, too.”Chicken Noodle Soup,” the long-awaited collaboration between BTS star J-Hope and American singer Becky G, has been released — and it’s been accompanied by a viral call to arms.The music video for the infuriatingly catchy song dropped on Friday, featuring the pair showing off an array of impressive moves.Read MoreJ-Hope kicked off the “CNS challenge” shortly after its release, posting a video to TikTok in which he performed the arm-flapping routine in a field.And within minutes, his army of devotees were getting in on the act and sharing the results with the Twitter hashtag #CNSChallenge.
— 𝐚𝐣𝐚𝐢 இ (@dhxminique) September 27, 2019 So if you have a bit of downtime later, put it to good use by learning and performing the routine.
#CNSChallenge #CNSOutNow #ChickenNoodleSoup #ChickenNoodleSoupChallenge @BTS_twt @iambeckyg Its 5 am but I decided to learn this amazing new choreo to an amazing song by my favourite people 💗💗💗 pic.twitter.com/hhaQedg6uc
— PINNED 🐔🍜 (@BTSXLAMI) September 27, 2019 BTS announced a hiatus earlier this year, allowing J-Hope to pursue solo ventures — and, according to the early reaction to his latest track, he’s in for plenty of success on his own.The group is credited with popularizing the K-Pop genre in the US, due in large part to its ceaseless touring and recording schedule. Since 2013, BTS have played five continents on five separate tours, released six full-length albums and six EPs, and maintained an award-winning social media presence that’s grown their massive worldwide following.