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BTS Perform 'Boy With Luv' & Message To Fans on 'Late Late Show's Homefest Special

BTS gave an amazing performance for The Late Late Show with James Corden’s HomeFest coronavirus special event, which aired tonight (March 30).

The seven piece band shared a message to their fans ahead of their performance of “Boy With Luv”.

“It’s quite a difficult time time for everyone in the world right now,” RM shared in the video message. “We’re so grateful we can connect with you from here. It may seem like we’re isolated but we’re still connected through our shared experiences, courage, and laughter.”

You can check out their full performance, from their practice room, below!

Just last month, BTS appeared on The Late Late Show‘s Carpool Karaoke segment. Watch here!

Cardi B Reacts To BTS Singing 'Finesse' on Carpool Karaoke With James Corden

BTS sing along to a tune while riding with James Corden for Carpool Karaoke.

The segment aired during The Late Late Show on Tuesday (February 25), and the seven piece band jammed out to Bruno Mars and Cardi B‘s “Finesse (Remix) and Post Malone‘s “Circles”.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of BTS

After Cardi saw the segment on the show, she shared it with her fans on Twitter, giving some love to their rendition with a red heart emoji.

She added moments later with a Squidward gif, “Me homeless cause hobi & joon took my job.”

Check out BTS‘s Carpool Karaoke below!

BTS Tell 'Today' Show That Their New Album 'Map of the Soul: 7' Is 'Big Satement'! (Video)

The guys from BTS took over the Today show plaza at Rockefeller Plaza this morning (February 21) in New York City!

The K-pop boy band – Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook – had a fan-packed live interview on the Today show in support of their seventh studio album, Map of the Soul: 7.

“The title is ‘7‘ because we’ve got seven members right here, as you see, and it’s been seven years since our debut,” RM explained during the chat. “This album is like a big statement and declaration that we admit our destiny, recognize our destiny.”

Then, looking out into the crowd, RM added, “You guys know this, right? Music truly transcends languages and nationalities and races.”

BTS also gave the crowd a first look at their new music video for “On,” which you can watch after the cut HERE!

Click inside to watch the music video for BTS’ new single…More Here! »

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BTS' Jimin Deletes Christmas Video Amid Juul Controversy

BTS member Jimin reportedly deleted a Christmas video that he posted on social media after fans noticed that another band member was allegedly seen with a Juul e-cigarette.

The video was shared to BTS‘ official Twitter account and featured various clips of the group. Once the controversy over the Juul erupted on social media, the video was deleted.

The band member seen with the e-cigarette was Taehyung, who is also known as V. There are some fans who have slammed him for using the vaping tool while others have defended him, saying that he’s old enough to make his own decisions.

Earlier this week, an upcoming tour for BTS was teased by the band’s management team.

BTS's Jin Wears Birthday Hat During Mnet Asian Music Awards 2019

BTS‘s Jin wears a celebratory hat for his birthday in the press room during the 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards held at Nagoya Dome on Wednesday night (December 4) in Nagoya, Japan.

The group – Jin, Suga, Jungkook, V, Jimin, J-Hope, and RM – stepped out for the annual show and picked up eight awards, including best male group, song and album of the year.

BTS also picked up best music video for “Boy With Luv” (featuring Halsey), album of the year for Map of the Soul: Persona, best male dance performance, worldwide icon of the year, song of the year for “Boy With Luv”, and artist of the year.

The band dropped hints about their upcoming album, saying, “We’re now preparing for our next album, and I think we’ll be able to appear in front of you with a much greater album than what you’ll be expecting. Thank you!”

FYI: BTS are all wearing Celine by Hedi Slimane.

15+ pictures inside of BTS at the 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards

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BTS Members Tweet Jimin Sweet & Hilarious Birthday Wishes!

It’s October 13 in Korea, which means BTS is officially ringing in Jimin‘s 24th birthday!

The South Korean boy band and ARMY members everywhere are making sure Jimin is feeling the love.

Jin tweeted a handwritten note (below), jokingly captioning it, “Jimin-ah, happy birthday, I wrote this for a period of three hours.” His handwritten note read simply, “Jimin, Happy Birthday! – Jin Hyung.”

Suga wrote (according to a fan translation), “Jimin-ah, I wish you a happy birthday I hope that this year, you eat lots and grow up and up.”

RM, Jungkook, J-Hope, and V also shared their birthday sentiments along with some never-before-seen pics. See them here: [1], [2], [3], [4], [5].

BTS also surprised Jimin by singing him “happy birthday” in Arabic during their recent tour stop in Riyadh, broadcasted live on VLIVE.

“The members started singing a song that I [didn’t] know, but I started kind of [lip-syncing] anyway just in case,” Jimin shared (according to a fan translator, via VLIVE). “The song sounded a bit familiar and I thought it was a New Year’s celebration song, but I thought wait, it’s a bit too early to celebrate new year’s… then I heard someone say ‘Jimin’ and I realized it was for my birthday.”

READ MORE: BTS’ J-Hope & Becky G’s ‘Chicken Noodle Soup’ Video Shows Off Their Dance Moves – Watch!

BTS & UNICEF Call for an End to Violence In & Around Schools (Video)

BTS is asking young people to help put a stop to violence in and around schools.

The South Korean boy band and UNICEF shared a new video in honor of UN International Day of Friendship.

The video features BTS singing their hit single “Answer: Love Myself” over fictional stories of young people encountering violence, bullying, and fear in and around schools, sending a message of friendship and support.

“Our LOVE MYSELF campaign is all about encouraging every young person to find the love from within themselves and spreading that love to others,” BTS said in a press release. “We want everyone to take part in ending violence by sharing love and kindness.”

BTS‘s LOVE MYSELF campaign has raised over $2 million to help UNICEF #ENDviolence.

UNICEF is urging young people leave a kind note for someone – in real life or online – and share it for others to see.

“Children and young people have told us time and again that being treated with kindness and respect helps them to feel safe in and around school,” UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore said. “Every day students face a range of violent acts, from bullying and physical attacks to corporal punishment, sexual assault and harassment online. By being kind, children and young people can show their support for each other and brighten someone’s day. We’re grateful to BTS for their continued commitment to making sure that no child is afraid to go to school.”

Watch the video now.

READ MORE: BTS Deliver Inspiring Speech at UN General Assembly – Watch!


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