BTS to perform at American Music Awards and Set to Appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live
By M. Grace, November 09, 2017 01:11 AM
South Korean boy group BTS will be performing at the upcoming prestigious music awards show in United States later this month.
BigHit Entertainment said that the boy group has been invited to perform at the American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on November 19.
BTS is said to be the first K-pop idol group to perform at the American Music Awards. It can be recalled that the South Korean singer, PSY previously showcased his music with MC Hammer at the show in 2012.
BTS will be performing their hit single "DNA" at the 45th edition of the awards show that will be broadcasted live by ABC in United States.
Meanwhile, BTS is also set to appear on one of the famous talk show win United States, "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
BigHit Entertainment shared the good news via their official Twitter account today, November 8 but the date of the filming is reportedly still under discussion.
Aside from "Jimmy Kimmel Live," BTS was also rumored to appear on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" but the idol group's decision said that nothing has been approved yet.
"We've been receiving offers to appear on various international TV programs, and The Ellen DeGeneres Show is one of them," a BigHit representative said.
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