BTS channel The Beatles for Stephen Colbert's 'BTS-mania' spoof

Brunilde Fioravanti
Mag 18, 2019

Stephen Colbert introduced BTS in the way The Beatles was presented when they made their first US television appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show" in 1964. Adding to the nostalgia factor was Colbert dressed up as late show host Ed Sullivan.

They arrive on the Ed Sullivan show to give a fantastic performance of "All My Loving"-their USA television debut".

The band was introduced by Colbert (in black and white), who talked about "BTSmania" with Ed Sullivan flair.

Finally, when it was time to perform, the group hit the stage in their black suits for a expertly choreographed performance of their hit single "Boy With Luv."

"You can call them the Fab Seven".

BTS is now the "new batch of mop-topped heartthrobs" from "across the pond... the big one, the one with Hawaii in the middle". "It has a nice ring to it", said Colbert as he channeled the late American TV personality Sullivan. Each of the seven members was introduced in panning closeup ("Hi, my name is V, and I'm a good boy") and identified by his nickname... which, in all seven cases, was "the cute one". The K-Pop band paid a tribute to the legendary British band by performing on "Hey Jude" and this has left their fans in a frenzy. BTS Makes K-Pop History by Presenting at the Grammy's; BTS Army Go Gaga over Korean Boys' Debut.

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