BTS Turns Down All Interview Requests in L.A. – Find Out Why

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BTS Turns Down All Interview Requests in L.A. - Find Out Why

Jin and friends have decided not to do any interviews during their stay in Los Angeles for their world tour.

Don’t expect BTS (Bangtan Boys) to grace your small screen on multiple networks when they visit Los Angeles this coming September. The boys have reportedly decided to turn down all interview requests during their stay in the city for their world tour.

On August 30, George Pennacchio, an entertainment reporter for ABC7, took to Twitter to share the news to ARMY. “Okay, #BTSARMY, I hate to break this news but I learned today that @BTS_twt has now decided to turn down ALL interview requests while they’re L.A.,” he tweeted, while posting his photo with the boy group’s members on red carpet.

As to why the “Fake Love” singers refuse to do any interviews, Pennacchio wrote, “I’m told the guys want to focus on their shows ‘and are doing absolutely nothing else.’ ” He added. “I’ll still cover the concert for you. #BTS.”

BTS is scheduled to hold a three-day concert in Los Angeles on September 5, 6 and 8 as part of “BTS World Tour: Love Yourself”. The tour kicked off August 25 in their home country of South Korea, before heading to North America, Europe and some Asian countries. It is scheduled to wrap up on February 17 in Fukuoka, Japan.

Tickets for their first U.S. stadium tour sold out within minutes when they went on sale on August 17. About 40,000 seats were made available for the Citi Field concert, and Citi Field’s officials announced on Twitter that tickets were sold out one hour after the ticketing opened.

The boys recently broke YouTube record for the biggest music video debut with more than 45 million views in its first 24 hours. It beat the record previously set by Taylor Swift‘s music video for “Look What You Made Me Do”. “IDOL” music video has now garnered more than 100 million views.


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