BTS performed on S.N.L. on April 13th, 2019. “Saturday Night Live” became noisy after they featured first-ever K-pop stars on their show this Saturday. Thank god, SNL didn’t have anything to do President Trump or something with a political issue.
Emma Stone hosted the show and she played the former “View” host Jenny McCarthy, who is a critic of vaccinations.
“I don’t believe in vaccinations,” she said. “My doctor is Google; my scientist, Twitter; and my religion is Donnie Wahlberg.”
The K pop seven-member boy band performed on Studio 8H. Their fans went crazy, the audience burst into hoots, screams, and applause. The first performance of the group was their new single “Boy with Love” from the new album “Map of the Soul: Persona”. They were all looking dashing in black suits. Band members V, Jungkook, Jimin, Suga, Jin, RM, and J-Hope performed and showed the world why they are the favorite K pop band in the world.
For their second performance, they sang their “Mic Drop” and it was jaw-dropping to see them dancing and singing so perfectly. Their fans were in a frenzy because they were not expecting BTS in this show.
K pop bands are popular all over the world, no matter what language they sing in. Their vibrant videos and smooth choreography attract a lot of fans and their lyrics also are so meaningful and deep with upbeat music.
Their fans are collectively known as ARMY were so excited that they bombarded Twitter and Instagram.
“My daughter is making really weird mouth noises watching #BTSxSNL and just had to take her hoodie off because she’s sweating. It’s a #BTSARMY thing for those not aware,” said radio host JJ Ryan.
— JJ Ryan (@JJRyanOnAir) April 14, 2019
“Slay!!! Their voices were perfection… They adapted their dancing to that tiny stage. And they were backed by what looked like a Korean band. I feel like a proud auntie. I…even put my cake down for this performance,” said Jae-Ha Kim, a journalist for the Los Angeles Times.
Slay!!! Their voices were perfection… They adapted their dancing to that tiny stage. And they were backed by what looked like a Korean band. 😭 I feel like a proud auntie. I…even put my cake down for this performance.💜@BTS_twt #BTSxSNL
— Jae-Ha Kim 김재하 (@GoAwayWithJae) April 14, 2019
“Live band. Killer vocals. Moves for days. Crushed it! That’s how you say ‘what’s up to America? #BTSxSNL'” said writer Colleen Nika.
Live band. Killer vocals. Moves for days. Crushed it! That’s how you say “what’s up America?” #BTSxSNL
— Colleen Nika (@colleennika) April 14, 2019