Sept. 13 (UPI) -- K-pop group BTS took center stage Wednesday on NBC's America's Got Talent to perform their latest single, "Idol."
The performance featured the South Korean boy band delivering a number of highly-choreographed moves while they danced in front of a colorful screen.
BTS were joined onstage by a large number of backup dancers as "Idol" reached its climax.
"You can't stop me lovin' myself," BTS sings in the chorus.
America's Got Talent host Tyra Banks posted on Twitter before the performance a photo of herself posing with BTS backstage. "@BTS_twt are: Already legends. Smizing masters. Fierce and fine fellas. Wig snatchers. Enormously talented. Genuinely kind. Sexy. The biggest boy band on the planet," she said.
💜 @BTS_twt are:— Tyra Banks (@tyrabanks) September 12, 2018
Fierce and fine fellas.
The biggest boy band on the planet.#BTSonAGT at 8pm! pic.twitter.com/Fqs4LNlCE1
BTS will make history in October when they become the first-ever Korean act to perform a stadium show in the United States. The feat will take place when the group ends their North American leg of its Love Yourself tour on Oct. 6 at Citi Field in New York.