BTS light up the stage on James Corden’s Show with a performance of their single PTD

After obtaining their second Grammy nomination for Pop Duo and Group Performance, BTS is giving themselves “Permission to Dance.”

The septet performed the song live on the November 24 broadcast of the talk show, with host and comedian James Corden welcoming the group to the stage.

A floating background with graffitied walls, purple balloons, and flashing lights joined them.

It was their first in-person appearance on the show in almost two years, following their live performance of ‘Black Swan’ in January 2020. According to NME, BTS’ most recent appearance on the show includes a remote video interview and pre-recorded performances of ‘Life Goes On and ‘Dynamite’ taped in Korea, as well as a distant video interview. Corden also had an interview with the group during their appearance on the show, during which he addressed the abuse he experienced from BTS fans earlier this year.

According to NME, the talk show host was scolded in September for describing BTS’ performance at the UN Summit as “pretty unusual” and referring to BTS followers as “15-year-old chicks.” “I hope you realize this, we truly love you and we love the entire ARMY,” James remarked during the concert. Corden also mentioned how ARMYS can be a “real force for good,” saying, “They’ve sponsored causes that I support back home, and they’re great.”

BTS’ leader RM, on the other hand, informed the talk show presenter that the statements were “water under the bridge” for the group. He answered, “It’s fine, we appreciate your apologies.” Apart from their appearance on the CBS talk show, BTS was one of the big winners at the American Music Awards (AMAs) this week, taking home Artist Of The Year.

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