BTS to appear on Jimmy Fallon show, #FallonAsksBTS trends as Army is asked to send in questions

Jimmy Fallon made the announcement on-air during the February 6 show saying, 'I’ll be interviewing them, and I want your help'


                            BTS to appear on Jimmy Fallon show, #FallonAsksBTS trends as Army is asked to send in questions
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Following their hugely successful appearance on 'The Late Late Show with James Corden', BTS are set to appear on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'!

This will be the band's second appearance on the show. Their first appearance was in 2018, during which the members did their BTS intros in English: RM introduced himself as the group's translator, and Jimin bonded with Jimmy over having the 'same name'. They also performed their hit song 'Idol'.

Fallon made the announcement on-air for the February 6 broadcast of the show, saying “I’ll be interviewing them, and I want your help. If you’re a BTS fan and there’s a question you’ve always wanted to ask the band, we’re going to give you that chance.”

Not long after, #FallonAsksBTS began trending and fan questions poured in.

(L-R) V, SUGA, Jin, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, and Jungkook of BTS attend the 2019 Variety's Hitmakers Brunch at Soho House on December 07, 2019 in West Hollywood, California (Getty Images)

Some asked about music, such as this user who tweeted "Which is their favorite BTS album so far?" This user asks "Can you share a little about the production process of this new album?" and another wonders "Which song from the album is the most fun to record?"

Users were also curious about the Jungian influence in this album, tweeting "How did you incorporate Carl Jungs Theories in your daily life?" and also asking "Who's your favourite philosopher?"

Others wanted to know how the group handled the pressures of fame, tweeting "Is it difficult for all of the members to deal with the pressure idols have to be perfect? Is it stressful trying to have any kind of private life?" Some users also asked for advice: "how do you stay in the moment? i have a hard time doing that and my life flashes by without knowing. so if you have some advice"

Many ARMYs tweeted messages of love and support for the idols, but some had interesting questions to ask about the group's fandom: "How does it feel to know that you have such a powerful and significant influence over your fans?"

BTS attend the 2019 Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 01, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada (Getty Images)

Amidst requests to bring their shows to places like Bali, India, and the Middle East, some users also asked some rather humorous questions. "when is bts gonna tell us that john cena is the 8th member ????" asks one user.

Some users had some truly burning questions to ask, including this one with "who is more likely to fall asleep while attending an important meeting."

And of course, many fans asked about where Suga was in the infamous Ariana Grande photo that cause #whereisyoongi to trend, but some asked an even more important question: they want to know about "the black bean noodle incident."

Maybe Jimin will finally get to tell us that story. We'll find out soon enough!

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