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One of those antics had Jungkook literally flying over the overzealous fans as the group sang “Euphoria” and we can’t get enough of it! Some fans took to Twitter to share clips of the jaw-dropping moment leaving other fans, who have yet to see the show in person, with extremely high anticipation. “Jeez Jeon Jungkook really an angel flying around the concert with a bright smile while singing Euphoria…..i will probably die in happiness…#BTSxRoseBowl #BTSSPEAKYOURSELFTOUR #btsrosebowl #BTSxRoseBowlDay1 #JUNGKOOK,” one fan tweeted after watching a clip of the showstopping moment.
The show balanced the military-precise choreography BTS is known for on anthems like “Idol” and “So What” with thoughtful ballads like “Epiphany” and “Trivia: Seesaw.” The solo work seemed to better satisfy the cravings of many female fans who shrieked when Jungkook flashed his toned abs during “Fake Love” and Jimin started “Serendipity” in a bubble that he dissolved with a flick of a finger. Later, the group tugged at the heartstrings with “The Truth Untold,” with Jin, Jimin, Jungkook and V singing in tandem on a platform that lifted them several feet in the air.
Jungkook Flies Over Audience & More Amazing Moments From BTS Kick-Off Concert Of World Tour
Jungkook’s angel-like appearance was just one of many notable times throughout the nearly three-hour show. The epic opening featured all seven boys dressed in white while standing on stage singing “Dionysus” in between two giant panther statues and later in the show, Jimin appeared in a giant see-through bubble as they sang “Serendipity”. If that wasn’t enough, during the song “Anpanman” the guys took turns going down a huge colorful slide and you can bet at one point, there were fireworks going off in the outdoor venue. The guys even took the time to sing some solos to showcase their individual talent.
We absolutely love and admire the guys of BTS for never being afraid to show their emotion. In fact, just last week, the group attended the Billboard Music Awards, and Jungkook was the one who got emotional. Cameras panned to the K-pop band in the crowd while Halsey was performing her hit, “Without Me,” onstage, and Jungkook could be seen tearing up! The guys recently collaborated with Halsey on the track “Boy Wth Luv,” so they have an important bond, and were clearly so proud of Halsey doing her thing.
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Jeez Jeon Jungkook really an angel flying around the concert with a bright smile while singing Euphoria…..i will probably die in happiness…#BTSxRoseBowl #BTSSPEAKYOURSELFTOUR #btsrosebowl #BTSxRoseBowlDay1 #JUNGKOOK pic.twitter.com/bCVSkqHUcj
— 𝙞𝙜:@𝙮𝙤𝙪𝙧𝙛𝙖𝙫𝙙𝙧𝙪𝙜𝙨👼🏻 (@niconicotinn) May 5, 2019
This Video Of BTS Jungkook Performing “Euphoria” In LA Features Him Flying Like An Angel
they set up these cool huge slides in the middle of the Rose Bowl @bts_bighit @bts_bighit @FOXLA @WILGOREN #BTS #BTSatRoseBowl pic.twitter.com/GxGLCSsQ27
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BTS’ May 4 show was just one of two completely sold out shows at the Rose Bowl and the start of what’s sure to be a massive and impressive tour. The popular group will perform to crowds at Chicago’s Soldier Field, East Rutherford’s MetLife Stadium, and London’s Wembley Stadium in the weeks to come. With a set list of 24 songs, eye-catching antics, and seven highly energetic performers, the Army is sure to be satisfied beyond their wildest dreams.