South Korean pop group BTS is confirmed to appear on several American talk shows.
The K-pop boy band, also known as Bangtan Boys and Beyond The Scene, is set to perform on the “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” late night show, and was also rumored to make an appearance on MTV’s “TRL”, according to Billboard.
South Korean boy band BTS has won Nickelodeon Mexico’s Favorite International Artist or Group award, beating out big names like Justin Bieber and Harry Styles for the top spot.
Nickelodeon Mexico made the announcement on its social media post on Saturday. BTS was nominated for the award, along with other high-profile artists like Camila Cabello, Harry Styles and Justin Bieber, according to Koreaboo.
Justin Bieber has reportedly been banned in China due to the “bad behavior” he has exhibited in recent years.
Chinese authorities confirmed that the Canadian pop idol will not be allowed to perform in the People’s Republic through a response to a fan’s query published on its website, according to The Guardian.
When Piko Taro hit YouTube by storm thanks to his famous “Pen Pineapple Apple Pen” dance video, Justin Bieber became one of his biggest fans.
Justin Bieber and PPAP’s Piko Taro recently teamed up to endorse of Japanese telecommunications and internet company Softbank. Although the pairing could possibly be the weirdest “bromance” to kick off this 2017, it might actually work.
We live in a world where lives are rocketed towards fame by chance encounters with celebrities.
Justin Bieber is arguably the hottest celebrity right now. His fans can’t get enough of him and he is constantly a target for the press. If you follow the news, you’ve probably been seeing coverage of all his antics and escapades this year. However, like most celebrities, the public really only gets to see what the media shows. Most of us will never have the chance to truly know Justin Bieber for the person he really is. Acclaimed director Jon M. Chu aims to help Justin tell that story to the world in his new concert-documentary “Believe”.