The BTS ARMY is about to have a very good morning, America. On Wednesday (Nov. 18), Good Morning America announced that the K-pop boy band is set to take the stage at the venerable talk show next Monday (Nov. 23).
“MONDAY ON @GMA: @BTS_twt is kicking off your week with a very special performance! #BTSonGMA #BTS #ARMY,” the morning show tweeted along with a short video set to the band’s No. 1 hit “Dynamite.”
While there was no word in the announcement about what song the group would perform, their pre-Thanksgiving performance will arrive just days after they release “Life Goes On,” the lead single to their upcoming fifth Korean-language studio album, Be. The song is scheduled to drop along with the album this Friday (Nov. 20).
In addition to the GMA performance, BTS is also set to perform at the 2020 American Music Awards over the weekend, where they’ll debut “Life Goes On” live for the first time in a medley with “Dynamite.” They’ve also been teasing the single’s upcoming music video, which was directed by none other than Jungkook.
Be serves as the band’s second studio release of 2020, following their Japanese-language LP, Map of the Soul: 7 — The Journey, which they unveiled last July. Along with Japanese versions of many of their recent hits — including “Boy With Luv,” “Black Swan” and “Fake Love,” the LP featured new tracks “Stay Gold,” “Lights” and “Your Eyes Tell.”
Check out the official Good Morning America announcement below.
— Good Morning America (@GMA) November 18, 2020