K-pop stars BTS are ready to take over North America, and they'll begin with a performance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" next week. The band, which has emerged as one of the largest pop acts in Korea since forming in 2013, will perform on the late-night show on Wednesday, Nov. 15.
The group's confirmation on "Kimmel" follows their previously scheduled performance at the American Music Awards on Sunday, Nov. 19. They'll be joined by fellow performers P!nk, Selena Gomez and Christina Aguilera, the latter of whom will honor Whitney Houston and the 25th anniversary of her iconic album The Bodyguard. The AMAs will be broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater.
BTS will join the growing list of K-pop acts to make the international jump on American late-night television. Girls' Generation appeared on "The Late Show with David Letterman" in 2012 along their debut headlining U.S. tour while Psy promoted his song "Hangover" with Snoop Dogg in 2014 throughout the states.
The band will make the rounds in support of their most recent album Love Yourself: Her, released in September. The album debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200, making it the highest-charted Korean pop album ever on the chart and surpassing their previous top release in Wings at No. 26 last year.