BTS’ U.S. Takeover: 5 Things You Need to Know
This week, BTS makes their third visit to the U.S. in 2017... and it's a big one.
With a number of high-profile talk show appearances scheduled, as well as their official live U.S. television debut, here’s what you need to know about the K-pop group’s exciting week-long takeover.
On Tuesday, November 14, the seven members will land in Los Angeles and will go straight to work on their first talk show taping.
According to casting group 1iota, BTS will record their performance for The Late Late Show with James Corden this evening. However, just like their other talk show appearances, the performance will be aired after the AMAs.
On November 15, the group will make their way to Jimmy Kimmel Live! for another performance. Fans and attendees who managed to snag a ticket or two will be able to watch the troupe perform live during Kimmel’s outdoor mini-concert.
Then, on November 19, BTS will finally make their long-awaited, first U.S. televised performance at the 2017 American Music Awards. The group will perform their Billboard Hot 100 hit, “DNA.”
Finally, the boys will complete their takeover with a performance on Ellen on Tuesday, November 21.
With BTS’ American appearances confirmed, there's no doubt the average U.S. viewer will know who the K-pop stars are after this week!
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