AMAs 2017: BTS Owns the Stage During Their U.S. TV Debut


AMAs 2017: BTS Owns the Stage During Their U.S. TV Debut


Jungkook and friends bring their audience on their feet with their energetic performance of 'DNA' at the American Music Awards.
Bangtan Boys a.k.a. BTS just made their U.S. TV debut at the 2017 American Music Awards, which took place at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday, November 19 in Los Angeles. The South Korean boyband, who has caused a storm on Twitter with their highly-anticipated performance at the annual event, didn't disappoint their fans.

The seven-piece group performed their hit "DNA", which peaked at No. 67 on Billboard Hot 100. Jin, J-Hope, RM (Rap Monster), Suga, Jimin, V and Jungkook showed energetic dance moves and brought the audience on their feet.

Ansel Elgort was among those who were seen immersed in BTS' performance. He looked excited while videotaping the performance with his phone's camera.



BTS will next appear on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show". The "Spring Day" hitmaker is set to make a daytime TV debut on the popular talk show on Tuesday, November 21. They have also held an outdoor mini concert on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" which will air on November 29.

However, their live interview on the Jimmy Kimmel-hosted late-night show has reportedly been canceled. Ticket holders reportedly got email from iota, a ticketing site which sells tickets for both the mini concert and live interview, which read, "So sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the Monday, November 20, 2017 @ 4.15 PM taping of CANCELLED: Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday, November 20, 2017 has indeed been canceled. This is always frustrating. Because television is such an ever-changing industry, these things do happen from time to time."

The alleged cancellation reportedly is related to surgery of Kimmel's son. However, there is still no official statement regarding the cancellation as of now.




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