BTS Confirmed To Perform In 'The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon' Next Week
BTS is heating their Love Yourself world tour even more. After performing at America's Got Talent, the septet's next stop is at The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon.
NBC wants the Bangtan Boys back on their grounds once again. The network's The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon has confirmed on Wednesday the appearance of Bangtan Boys in the show next week. Jimin, Jungkook, RM, Suga, V, Jin, and J-Hope are expected to perform their latest hit single "IDOL" in the American TV show.
"It's official: @BTS_twt will be stopping by next Tuesday, 9/25! Don't miss it! #BTSonFallon," the show tweeted.
This is BTS's first time in Fallon's show but it is not their first American TV show appearance. Last Wednesday, BTS wowed the audience of America's Got Talent when they sang "IDOL." They have also appeared in the Ellen DeGeneres Show and James Corden's The Late Late Show in the past. Additionally, the K-pop idols also did a mini-concert in The Jimmy Kimmel Live and also performed in American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards as well as in Dick Clark's Rockin' New Year's Eve event.
BTS fans, also known as the Army, are expected to flock The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon next week as they did in the other shows in the U.S. The episode will also feature Empire actress Taraji P. Henson.
It's official: @BTS_twt will be stopping by next Tuesday, 9/25! Don't miss it! #BTSonFallon pic.twitter.com/vlLg8YBdzA — Fallon Tonight (@FallonTonight) September 19, 2018
BTS is currently promoting their latest album Love Yourself: Answer which was dropped on August 24. The album remains at Billboard 200 chart for three weeks now. Its lead track, IDOL, also maintained its position in Billboard Hot 100.
In the Billboard 200 chart for the week ending on September 22, Love Yourself: Answer is at No. 15. In Hot 100, "IDOL" takes the No. 92 spot. Meanwhile, "IDOL" remains at No. 1 on the World Digital Song Sales chart.
BTS is currently in the U.S. leg of their Love Yourself world tour. The group had also performed for their fans in California and Texas. The Korean idol group's next stop is in Ontario, Canada before heading back to the U.S. for performances in New Jersey, Chicago, and in New York.
The "Fake Love" hitmakers will also visit several cities in Europe starting in London on October 9 before returning to Asia in November. Tickets for all of BTS's tour stops were sold out.