BTS Reveal Their Hopes to Collaborate With Post Malone & Answer Fan Questions After 'Ellen'

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BTS on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

BTS’ appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show just keeps on giving, and the latest gift to the band’s ARMY is a video clip released yesterday where the band members answered questions submitted by fans on Twitter.

In the short video shared on the daytime talk-show’s YouTube channel as part of the behind the scenes Show Me More Show, the seven young men of BTS took the time to respond to some important questions.

Along with revealing what they love about themselves, who takes the longest getting ready before a performance, and what they enjoyed about visiting Disneyland in the past, the group also confirmed that they’re open to additional collaborations with western artists, following their previous projects with The Chainsmokers, Desiigner, and Steve Aoki. In particular, V singled out Post Malone as an artist he’d ideally like to work with.

“Please call me, please,” he said, after which J-Hope said that the band would like to work with many artists. RM then made the rest of BTS laugh by adding that potential collaborators should call their company in Korea. Throughout the entire interview, all seven members of the group spoke in English.

The band members also expressed hope of returning to the U.S and Ellen in the future.

Watch the entire clip below:

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