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BTS Might Collab with Troye Sivan? Australian Singer Wants to see K-pop Group

by Carla Grace / Oct 17, 2017 06:22 AM EDT
BTS performing “Go Go” on “BTS Countdown”

Troye Sivan has made the fans very excited after posting a shoutout to BTS. The Australian singer voiced his wishes to meet the famous South Korean boy band. That said, fans are looking forward to the possibility of a future collaboration.

On Sunday, Troye Sivan took to Twitter and hosted a "#asktroye." There, fans will be able to send questions to the Australian singer about anything about him and he will answer them. This, in turn, revealed more about the singer even his thoughts on the South Korean group, BTS.

One fan asked Sivan if he knows BTS. The Australian singer then happily replied, "yes!" He added that he recognizes the South Korean boy band's support for him.

Because of that, he shared his desire to meet BTS in the future to personally thank its members for the support that they have given him. The Australian singer's response later sent the ARMY fans (BTS' fandom name) into a frenzy. Some even anticipated the artists' collaboration, as per Koreaboo.

All that being said, fans are looking forward to the day that there might be a possibility that BTS and Sivan will meet someday. Besides, the South Korean boy group's recent collaboration with The Chainsmokers was a huge success. The boy band also topped various music charts, including Billboard. On top of that, critics have predicted that BTS might get a nomination in the coming Grammy Awards.

Hence, it is not quite a surprise if several international musicians would want to see and work with them. Even so, if BTS were to team up with Sivan, fans might have to wait a little longer. The South Korean group is currently busy preparing for another track where Steve Aoki lent a hand. As to when it will be released, the record producer teased that they will drop the song soon, according to Hollywood Life

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