The “America’s Got Talent” semifinals kicked off with a bang on Wednesday evening (Sept. 16) as South Korean group BTS delivered a colourful and energetic efficiency of the hit tune “Dynamite” on the NBC show.
The band members — comprised of Jungkook, RM, V, Jimin, J-Hope, Suga and Jin — regarded dapper in ’70s-inspired get-ups whereas meticulously hitting their marks as they danced towards the backdrop of a gasoline station, a movie show and a restaurant. Among the signage: a shout-out to ARMY, the band’s legion of devoted followers.
The efficiency on “AGT,” very similar to the tune’s accompanying video, gave every member an opportunity to shine, from Jungkook (whose newly curled locks prompted his identify to turn into a trending matter on Twitter) setting the stage atop a mock-up of the “AGT” judges’ desk, to the blue-haired RM inviting followers to the get together strutting atop the roof of a gasoline station, then throwing it right down to J-Hope (in a cool purple leather-based jacket) who declared he’s “good to go.” Jimin’s playful persona and candy vocals proceed to mild the tune up like, effectively, dynamite, as did V’s increase of an eyebrow as he took the wheel of a automotive with Suga dancing on the hood. After Jin took a flip within the middle, the group reformed as a singular unit. (Watch the efficiency under.)
Shortly after BTS’ look aired, late evening host Jimmy Fallon tweeted his fandom, declaring the efficiency “flawless.”
“Dynamite,” written by David Stewart and Jessica Agombar and vocal-produced by Jenna Andrews, is a bonafide smash at radio, logging greater than 23,000 spins since dropping on Aug. 21, based on Alpha Media. It’s additionally a top-selling obtain and, in adjusted tune items, the only has surpassed 649,295, good for a gold certification after which some.
Earlier this week, BTS launched a ten-minute trailer for “BTS Universe Story,” an “interactive social sport,” and Suga was featured on a collaboration with pop singer Max, whose new single, “Blueberry Eyes,” debuted at No.1 on the iTunes pop chart and No. 2 on the general U.S.chart. BTS’ upcoming live performance movie, “Break the Silence: The Movie,” is slated to hit U.S. theaters on Sept. 24.
The remaining high 10 on “AGT” embrace three golden buzzer winners — spoken-word poet Brandon Leake and singers Roberta Battaglia and Cristina Rae — together with aerialist Alan Silva, Bello Sisters and Bad Salsa, and singers Archie Williams, Daneliya Tuleshova, Kenadi Dodds and duo Broken Roots.
The “America’s Got Talent” finals are set to air Sept. 22 on NBC.