American artists Before You Exit, Great Good Fine Ok attend BTS' Anaheim concert; Celebs that are huge BTS fansBy / 2017.04.09
Not only is idol group BTS getting attention from K-Pop fans across the global, but they're also getting noticed by musical acts from the West. At their concert in California, BTS met with American bands Before You Exit and Great Good Fine Ok.
The Anaheim, California stop of BTS "Wings" US Tour, three-member pop band Before You Exit welcomed BTS to the States and snapped a photo with the group. According to Koreaboo, Jungkook is known to be a fan of Before You Exit, having added the "When I'm Gone" singers to his Spotify playlist.
John Sandler, member of American synth-pop duo Great Good Fine Ok, was also present at BTS' Anaheim concert. He also took a photo with the K-Pop group backstage and tweeted, "Made some new friends! Absolutely love these guys!!!"
BTS' "Wings" US Tour has been quite a spectacle attended by American celebrities and online personalities. Renowned beauty vlogger Michelle Phan was among those who attended the group's April 1 and 2 shows in Anaheim.
Phan shared some clips from the event on her social media accounts. She attended the event with fellow YouTubers Karen Yeung, Cydnee Black and Promise Phan.
Child actress Kylie Rogers was also able to attend BTS' concert. Oscar-winning actor Kurt Russell gifted Rogers tickets to the concert in celebration of her 13th birthday, allkpop reports. Both stars appeared together in the 2015 film "Fathers and Daughters."
BTS already has a horde of celebrity fans. In January 2017, singer Charlie Puth showed his appreciation to the group when he followed BTS on Twitter and praised Jungkook's cover of "We Don't Talk Anymore."
YouTuber Ryan Higa is also a fan of BTS. Aside from mentioning the idol group several times in his videos, it is said that his K-Pop parody group Boys Generally Asian is patterned after BTS.
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