BTS to Appear on ‘The Tonight Show’ for Five Consecutive Nights

BTS are set to perform on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon! for five consecutive nights. The so-called ‘BTS Week’ will kick off next Monday, September 28th, and will feature musical performances, comedy sketches, and more. Halfway through their weeklong residency, on Wednesday, September 30th, BTS will serve as the episode’s lead guest.

“I’m so excited to have BTS back on the show. We just started the new season and we’re working on a lot of really exciting things,” Fallon told EW. “One thing that is important to us at The Tonight Show is showcasing talent and creatives, so what better way to kick things off than a full week with them. And this is just the start.”

Since releasing their latest single ‘Dynamite’, BTS have also performed at the MTV VMAs, The Today Show, and most recently, NPR’s Tiny Desk (Home) Concert.

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