A group of bulletproof boys showed their status as a global superstar by performing at the Britons Got Talent two days before the Wembley show in England.
The Bulgarian Boy Scouts celebrated the stage as a performer guest of “Britons Got Talent” season semi-live broadcast live on UK ITV channel on the 31st (Korean time).
On this day, the bulletproof boy band led the audience’s explosive reaction by showing a new album, “Map of the Soul: Persona,” the title song “City for Little Things” live. The spectacular performance, full of brilliant performances, received a standing ovation from the judges, captivating audiences around the world with a heated audience of audiences.
Prior to the show, the host of the program introduced the Bangladeshis boycott as a “global sensation.” The Bangladeshi boys interviewed shortly after the performance and said, “I can show you the ‘poetry for small things’ in the UK. Let ‘s meet at Wembley this weekend, “he said.
Bangladeshi boycotts attracted great attention as a broadcast starring in a concert at the Wembley Stadium on the same day, and the popularity of bulletproof boys’ bandwagon was realized by the twitter hash tag ‘# BTSonBGT’ climbing all over the world.
‘Britain’s Got Talent’ is Britain’s most popular audition program to unearth talent with the best talent in a variety of categories, including singers, dancers and comedians. British ITV has been on the air for the 13th season from April to present, and Simon Cowell, Alessa Dixon, David Williams and Amanda Holden are on the jury.
Meanwhile, the bulletproof boy band will hold a ‘Love You Self: Spook Your Self’ tour at Wembley Stadium, UK, with a total of 120,000 audiences on the first and second days of next month.