K-Pop band BTS, who were the ‘cute’ guests on The Late Night With Stephen Colbert recreated The Beatles’ iconic 1964 U.S. television debut on The Ed Sullivan Show that had fans screaming the 60’s. Donning their on-point Beatles look, the K-Pop band were dressed in the black and white tux dressed and styled for a black-and-white broadcast at the Ed Sullivan Theater.
With Colbert doing his best Sullivan and the band their best 'The Beatles’ John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison, the group played their hit “Boy with Luv” in black and white, and also sat down with Colbert to discuss their recent success.
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In their interview, the musicians talked about The Beatles and even sang a rendition of “Hey Jude,” that had fans lighting up the room in nostalgia.
BTS, who are on tour in North America recently dropped Map of the Soul: Persona in April which is the sixth extended play by South Korean boy band. The release marked the band’s third consecutive No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200 chart in only 11 months, making BTS the only group to achieve the feat since The Beatles in 1995-1996.