Chinese singer, actor and EXO member Lay Zhang has been making waves in the U.S. with his new album, performances and acting roles. In a recent interview, he talked about some of his favorite things about America, and he also revealed some interesting things about himself.

In a recent interview with Access, a video of which has been posted on Twitter, Zhang revealed that he has many favorite American singers, but if he had to choose one, it would be Justin Timberlake. The fast food he loves most are hot dogs. He loves this snack so much that he even posted a picture of one he was eating on Instagram.

The picture with the hot dog was taken on the day of the Grammys, and Zhang called it a “good day.” The singer was invited to attend the 61st Grammy Awards.

When asked why he loves this food so much, he said that they are very “dope.” “The taste…oh my god! They’re delicious,” Zhang said about hot dogs.

Zhang’s love for food doesn’t end with hot dogs. The singer and actor can whip up some mean toast and steak as well.

As for TV shows he likes to binge watch, Zhang likes to watch "The Ellen Show."

The one place that Zhang would like to visit in the U.S. is Hawaii. The singer said that he has never been to Hawaii, but he would like to go there on a vacation because he has heard many stories about the state. He said that this is a beautiful place, and he wants to see the ocean and check out the views.

Zhang’s most recent post on Instagram was about Valentine’s Day. Instead of greeting his girlfriend, the singer said that he will always be there for his fans.

With his popularity rising in the Asian markets, Zhang is making inroads in the U.S. as well. He is the first Chinese artist to enter the iTunes Top 60 chart, and his first album “Lose Control” has made record sales.

[This article has been updated with correct information from Lay Zhang's  rep about the TV show he likes.]

Lay Zhang Lay Zhang loves hot dos. In Picture: Lay Zhang attends the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 10, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Getty Images/Jon Kopaloff