AceShowbiz - BTS (a.k.a. Bangtan Boys) is heading to another American TV show. After "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" confirmed the boyband's appearance, "Good Morning America" has announced that the K-pop stars are also coming to the show.
Jin and friends are set to perform live in New York's Time Square next Wednesday, September 26, according to a tweet posted on the show's official account. The ABC morning program will also be hosting a "GMA IDOL" challenge and is inviting fans to participate by submitting videos of them showing their "IDOL" moves.
NEXT WEDNESDAY ON @GMA: Global superstars @BTS_twt will perform LIVE in Times Square!— Good Morning America (@GMA) September 19, 2018
Be part of the #GMAIdolChallenge by submitting your #BTS ‘Idol’ moves HERE: https://t.co/6QxnnrjGKD#BTSonGMApic.twitter.com/Lzwq0iw7s5
A day before their scheduled "GMA" appearance, BTS will join Jimmy Fallon in his studio. The seven-piece group is tapped to guest and perform on the late-night show's Tuesday, September 25 episode. "It's official: @BTS_twt will be stopping by next Tuesday, 9/25! Don't miss it! #BTSonFallon," so the show announced on Twitter.
Fallon previously teased BTS's upcoming appearance on his show during Elvis Duran's podcast. "We have a giant month for the show. Just listen to the bookings for this month," the comedian boasted, mentioning the "Fake Love" hitmaker, Kelly Clarkson, Jack Black, Mumford & Sons and Shawn Mendes.
Duran then chimed in, "I don't know if you know this, but when BTS shows up at your building, you're going to have extra security." He added, "BTS, that is a great booking." Fallon also claimed that he had a "good bit" planned for the K-pop stars, but he wouldn't divulge the details.
BTS previously appeared as a musical guest on another NBC show, "America's Got Talent", on Wednesday, September 12. They sang their new hit "IDOL" during the live semifinals result show of the competition program.