We’ve all definitely thought about how different our favorite groups would be with an additional member, or a different lineup. So if you could pick a certain idol and place them in a different group, who would it be? Take a look at which idols would fit well in a group other than their own, according to fans on Reddit!

TXT’s Soobin in ASTRO

He already bears a resemblance to their maknae, Sanha!

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ASTRO’s Sanha (left) and TXT’s Soobin (right). | Fantagio Entertainment & Bighit Entertainment

BLACKPINK’s Jisoo in Red Velvet

This actually could have been possible! Jisoo was once scouted by SM Entertainment, but she declined the offer, seeing as she was already a trainee at YG Entertainment.

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BLACKPINK’s Jisoo (left) and Red Velvet (right). | YG Entertainment & SM Entertainment

ASTRO’s Rocky in SEVENTEEN

With his incredible dance skills, he would definitely have been on their performance team.

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ASTRO’s Rocky (left) and SEVENTEEN (right). | Fantagio Entertainment & Pledis Entertainment

DREAMCATCHER’s Siyeon in BLACKPINK

Siyeon’s vocal range and her ability to pull off their girl-crush concept would be the perfect addition to the group.

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DREAMCATCHER’s Siyeon (left) and BLACKPINK (right). | Happy Face Entertainment & YG Entertainment

BTS’ J-Hope in Stray Kids

If J-Hope was still in his early 20s, fans say that his dancing and rapping abilities would fit in perfectly with the JYP Entertainment group!

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BTS’ J-Hope (left) and Stray Kids (right). | Bighit Entertainment & JYP Entertainment

HyunA in EXID

The girl power radiating from this combination… Now we really want it to happen!

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HyunA (left) and EXID (right). | P Nation & Banana Culture

TXT’s Yeonjun in ATEEZ

As it turns out, Yeonjun is actually good friends with the group, so maybe a TXT x ATEEZ collab could actually be possible!

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TXT’s Yeonjun (left) and ATEEZ (right). | Bighit Entertainment & KQ Entertainment

LOONA’s Olivia Hye in Cherry Bullet

She would definitely fit their concepts well!

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LOONA’s Olivia Hye (left) and Cherry Bullet (right). | Blockberry Creative & FNC Entertainment