As BTS grows increasingly popular in America, the number of American celebrities who publicly support them have as well.
Its no secret that BTS are one of the biggest K-Pop groups in America. With that rising popularity, there have even been several American celebrities who have publicly expressed their support for the group or who have shown an interest in their music.
In addition to Rap Monsters recent collaboration with popular American rapper Wale, many celebrities have given the group a shout-out on Twitter or even met up with them in person. So its certainly safe to say that BTS are simply irresistible among both K-Pop fans and even celebrities.
Check out seven times that American celebrities have supported BTS below:
BTS are simply irresistible.
unrelated, but i just listened to @BTS_twt and theyre pretty great
— MAXX DANZIGER (@MaxxSIO) May 1, 2017
Charlie Puth and BTS have a very special appreciation of each other. On multiple occasions, the two have supported one another, and Jungkook even sang a cover of Charlie Puths hit song We Dont Talk Anymore for fans.
I really like BTSs music.
— Charlie Puth (@charlieputh) March 25, 2017
Kylie Rogers is a huge BTS fan! She even had a countdown until their concert, where she was actually able to meet the group.
One week til the #BTS concert!!!! [MV] BTS(방탄소년단) _ DOPE(쩔어) https://t.co/RKAW5SpKQv
— Kylie Rogers (@KylieAnneRogers) March 26, 2017
Thank you for the most amazing night ever!!!!! Ill never forget it!!!!!!!💖😍💘@BTS_twt @BigHitEnt @bts_bighit #bestbirthdayever pic.twitter.com/zqcXFy4tp1
— Kylie Rogers (@KylieAnneRogers) April 3, 2017
After being included in Jungkooks playlist, the group Before You Exit took to Twitter to publicly thank him. However, their interactions did not end there as they even went on to meet BTS at their concert.
thanks for adding us to your playlist guys. we love your music as well @bts_bighit
— Before You Exit⇞ (@beforeyouexit) March 27, 2017
So awesome meeting you guys. Massive thanks for having us tonight @BTS_twt @bts_bighit pic.twitter.com/vftxmwjQGG
— Before You Exit⇞ (@beforeyouexit) April 2, 2017
After BTS publicly shouted out Max Schneider on Twitter, the singer went on to thank the idol group and even followed them on Twitter.
Thank you @BTS_twt for shouting out One More Weekend with @Audien making it the #1 search in South Korea! pic.twitter.com/F6LQixMPFe
— MAX (@Maxgschneider) April 22, 2017
Great Good Fine OK is an American synthpop duo that attended BTSs Wings Tour in America. The duo posted the photo onto their Twitter with a very sweet message.
Made some new friends! Absolutely love these guys!!! ❤🙌🏼 @BTS_twt @bts_bighit pic.twitter.com/hyeTirOLZt
— Great Good Fine Ok (@GreatGoodFineOk) April 2, 2017
On March 22nd, Coolio tweeted to BTS in which he wished them luck. The legendary American rapper and BTS have met in the past during BTSs reality program titled Mnets American Hustle Life in 2014.
@billboard @BTS_twt good luck guys!
— Coolio (@Coolio) March 22, 2017
The popular American singer Kehlani is one of the many American artists that have expressed their interest in having a collaboration with BTS. The singer turned to Twitter to officially request the collaboration, and ARMYs everywhere exploded in excitement.
Rap Monster getting love from @Kehlani 😍🙏🏻 @BTS_twt #RapMonster #김남준 pic.twitter.com/sK2UwK8uti
— Koreaboo (@Koreaboo) February 6, 2017