BTS Reportedly Have an Upcoming ‘Graham Norton’ Appearance, Proving Their U.K. Takeover Is Imminent
BTS' late night circuit is heading across the pond.
The superstar South Korean global music group's late-night TV takeover is set to hit the U.K this month, with the septet apparently appearing on an upcoming episode of The Graham Norton Show.
According to reports, the group is slated to perform on Friday, October 12, during an episode featuring A-list guests including Whoopi Goldberg, Jamie Dornan, Rosamund Pike and Harry Connick Jr. BTS will likely perform their hit single "Idol" on the program, which will air just a few days after the troupe wraps their two-night sold-out London Love Yourself World Tour concert run at The O2 Arena on October 9 and 10.
For ARMYs eager to attend the performance, there is no guaranteed entry. However, free tickets are available via the SRO Audiences web site, where you can enter a lottery to attend the episode featuring BTS, which will be recorded on a Thursday evening.
The show, which has aired on BBC One since 2009, premiered in 2007, and has seen massive acts like One Direction, Sia and Lady Gaga hit the stage. The Graham Norton Show airs on Friday nights on BBC One at 10:35 p.m.
BTS are currently coming off their highly successful whirlwind U.S. concert tour and press run, where they appeared on The Tonight Show, Good Morning America and delivered a speech at the United Nations, among many other activities.
Hopefully, their reported upcoming stint on Graham Norton means that Jimin, V, J-Hope, Jungkook, Suga and RM are gearing up for a similar promotional run in the U.K. and wider Europe, where they'll be touring this month.