BTS KPop Boy Band also known as Beyond The Scene, gained international recognition when they debuted in June 2013 and won multiple New Artist of the Year awards. The band has charted at the top spot on Billboard World Albums Chart several times and has earned an international fanbase. They have had overwhelming sold out concert tours in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Recently, Billboard asked the people for artists that they would love to see playing at the 2018 Super Bowl halftime show. Surprisingly, the South Korean boy group leads the poll, leaving the other popular artists behind.

Will the group be able to perform at the halftime show?

BTS KPop boy band recently won the Billboard's Social 50 Chart, where they also edged out the other big international artists. As of July 20, the boy group is leading in Billboard poll with a whopping 62.22 percent of votes. The boys are followed by Canadian singer, the ever infamous Justin Bieber with only 14.64 percent of votes. While the boy group has impressive and favorable votes from their fans around the world, there are people who contest this possibility. According to them, there are audiences that are not into KPop and this might create conflict with those who appreciate the South Korean artists.

However, BTS KPop boy band fans also argued that the group is internationally recognized and having them at the 2018 Super Bowl halftime show won’t hurt the audiences.

The boys have earned big awards and nominations just like any other international artists such as Beyonce, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Gloria Estefan, Tony Bennett among others. These artists have performed at the popular National Football League (NFL) event and just like them, the boys also deserve a break.

Nonetheless, the Billboard poll is not an official decision to follow once the event kicks off. The performers of the event will be decided and selected by the league’s directors.

The boy group’s recent name change

BTS KPop boy band used to be Bangtan Boys and Bulletproof Boy Scouts.

The seven-member group recently changed its brand identity to Beyond The Scene, which received mix reactions among fans. However, there are fans who believe that everyone should support the boys – Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Rap Monster, Jimin, V and Jungkook with their band’s name change. Others say that the new name is actually a better less boyish name.

What do you think about the possible 2018 Super Bowl halftime performance of the famous South Korean boy band? Will they make it to the popular event? Share us what you think in the comments below!

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