Here's What BTS' Famous Friends Had to Say During Their Comeback Show
Amid all of the hype for their new album, Love Yourself: Her, BTS took over Korean TV channel MNET for a live screening of their comeback show.
"This is the first time for us to have our own show as a comeback," Rap Monster said in English at the beginning of the showcase.
Throughout the show, they unveiled new choreography for songs like "MIC Drop" and "Go Go" while throwing it back to older singles like "No More Dream" and "I Need U." Their impact can be felt across the globe as their album topped the "iTunes Album chart at #1 worldwide in a record-breaking 73 countries," according to a press release.
"BTS, Behind the Scenes, Bangtan Boys, all of that. Whatever you wanna call it. Y'all my friends, my boys, my brothers. Congratulations on the new album. You already know what it is, from D.C. to South Korea."
"The thing that I like about BTS is, they just have, No. 1, great style, and I feel like their whole vibe is just so next level. Like, really good style, great music, and amazing videos too. Hey to all my fellows in Korea and all the BTS fans -- I know there's loads of you guys -- I just wanted to say I'm Charli XCX. I love you all. Peace."
"Congratulations on your brand new album. It is super sick, and I can’t wait to hang out with you guys in Seoul. Peace!"
"I just want to say congratulations for Love Yourself: Her! I know it's gonna be absolutely amazing. You guys worked so hard, and you're so flipping talented! Congratulations, which is chukhahaeyo [in Korean]."
Alex Pall: "Congratulations to our boys, BTS, on their album, Love Yourself: Her. It's gonna be amazing."
Andrew Taggart: "Yeah, we worked on the track 'Best of Me,' which is an idea that we came up with for the music. And we sent it to them, and they turned it into this amazing song. And we're super honored to be a part of the album, and we're super stoked for them. Best of luck. I know it's gonna be amazing. You guys are already the No. 1 artist in the world, but I guess congrats."