BTS Slays Performance of Two 'Love Yourself' Tracks on 'The Tonight Show'
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The seven-piece group delivers rendition of 'I'm Fine' and 'IDOL' during their appearance on the late night show.

AceShowbiz - BTS (Bangtan Boys) made several headlines during their appearance in the Tuesday, September 25 episode of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon". Besides sitting down for an interview, the global K-Pop sensation entertained audience at the studio as well as viewers at home with two performances of their "Love Yourself" album trilogy songs.

The seven-piece group started off their performance with a rendition of "I'm Fine", which appeared on "Love Yourself: Tear". The choreography of the song was filled with a lot of acrobatic moves. V kicked off the performance of the song by singing while laying down. He was supported by groupmates J-Hope and Suga before other members started singing their part.

Following "I'm Fine" performance, BTS then delivered rendition of their latest single "IDOL". Just like what happened in the music video of the song, a slew of backup dancers joined the group towards the end of the performance. Host Jimmy Fallon joined them after they finished their performance, promoting the group's ongoing world tour.

During their appearance on the late night show, BTS also did the popular Fortnite dance challenge along with Fallon. All of the boys gave their best to recreate the dances performed by the animated characters in the video game, but it apparently was too much for Fallon. He fell off during the routine, prompting Jimin to ask, "Are you okay? Are you okay?"

The Tuesday episode also led their fans, known as ARMYs, to start a Twitter campaign to score a Grammy Awards invitation for the group. This happened because Suga said during the show that he wished to "go to Grammy." His groupmates were stunned by his wish, with Jin and J-Hope shouting, "Go to Grammy?" But Fallon said that they could make it happen. "You can dream," he said, before urging viewers to tweet #BTSGrammy.

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