BTS take home a win and own the stage at the 2018 BBMAs
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BTS completely stole the show with their performance of "FAKE LOVE" at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards.

Busting out their impressive dance moves and heartthrob attitudes, the band had the A.R.M.Y., BBMA viewers and really the entire world feeling the love. The track is the lead single off the band's latest album, Love Yourself: Tear, which dropped this past Friday, May 18. The K-pop band released the music video for the song last week and blessed fans with the live performance during this year's annual BBMA in Las Vegas. 

Related — BTS release music video for 'FAKE LOVE' off their new album 'Love Yourself: Tear'

Before the award show kicked off, the boys chatted with Billboard on the red carpet about the influence latin pop music has on them and what K-pop bands they're fans of (spoiler alert: they love BTS). They even took a moment to practice their celebratory dance moves in case they took away a win (spoiler alert: they totally won Top Social Artist). 

Also on the red carpet, Shawn Mendes mentioned he would be "a thousand percent" interested in collaborating with BTS. “I love them so much. I saw a video of them singing ‘In My Blood’ – it was so good,” Mendes told Billboard's Chelsea Briggs on the carpet. Mendes mentioned he just needs to find the time, so let's keep our fingers crossed he and BTS can find some time between their tours.

Related — Complete list of the 2018 Billboard Music Award winners

BTS isn't done in the US just yet — they'll be making their second appearance on the "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" onFriday, May 25. The boys will also be rolling through North America starting in September as part of their global 2018 Love Yourself World Tour. Check out the dates below: 

BTS 2018 Love Yourself Tour North America Dates:
Sept. 5 - Los Angeles, CA - Staples Center (Tickets)
Sept. 6 - Los Angeles, CA - Staples Center (Tickets)
Sept. 8 - Los Angeles, CA - Staples Center (Tickets)
Sept. 9 - Los Angeles, CA - Staples Center (Tickets)
Sept. 12 - Oakland, CA - Oracle Arena (Tickets)
Sept. 15 - Dallas/Ft.Worth, TX - Fort Worth Convention Center (Tickets)
Sept. 16 - Dallas/Ft.Worth, TX - Fort Worth Convention Center (Tickets)
Sept. 20 - Hamilton, ON - First Ontario Centre (Tickets)
Sept. 22 - Hamilton, ON - FirstOntario Centre (Tickets)
Sept. 23 - Hamilton, ON - FirstOntario Centre (Tickets)
Sept. 28 - Newark, NJ - Prudential Center (Tickets)
Sept. 29 - Newark, NJ - Prudential Center (Tickets)
Oct. 2 - Chicago, IL - United Center (Tickets)
Oct. 3 - Chicago, IL - United Center (Tickets)