BTS Clears Out New York’s Grand Central Terminal for Special ‘ON’ Performance

BTS Clears Out New York's Grand Central Terminal for Special 'ON' Performance
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Aside from taking over the typically-busy train station, the K-pop boy band joins ‘The Tonight Show’ host Jimmy Fallon for a meal at Katz’s Deli and for a chat while riding on New York City subway.

AceShowbiz – K-pop superstars BTS (Bangtan Boys) recently “took over” New York’s famed Grand Central Terminal to stage a special performance for America’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon“.

Producers apparently had the typically-busy train station cleared out for the pre-taped set, during which the “Boy with Luv” hitmakers belted out their new single, “ON”, complete with a group of dancers and a marching band.

It’s not clear when the seven-piece group stopped by the landmark, but prior to the Monday night (February 24) broadcast, show host Jimmy Fallon explained, “We wanted to do something special for BTS and, at the same time, celebrate New York City.”

“BTS really knocked it out of the park. You’re not going to believe how big and fun their performance is. They took over Grand Central Terminal.”

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The unique gig came at the end of a mini tour of the Big Apple, with Fallon taking the South Korean stars to eat at the iconic Katz’s Deli, before jumping on the New York City Subway public transportation system to play a series of games and answer fan questions about their new music.

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During the segment, rapper RM revealed the person he’d most like to meet is wrestler-turned-actor John Cena.

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“He’s a big fan of us. It’s mutual, of course,” he shared. “We were always watching WWE when we were like, 13.”

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The revelation prompted Fallon to promise an introduction to the “Trainwreck” star. “I’m going to get you hooked up with John Cena,” he declared.

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