The episode will characteristic an interview with BTS on the subway, with Fallon asking beforehand submitted fan questions. Be sure to use the hashtag #FallonAsksBTS. "And who knows, we might ask BTS your question", Fallon said.
The Biebs taught - or attempted to teach, anyway - Fallon the rules of the Canadian sport on The Tonight Show on Thursday, and it goes without saying, the results are hilarious and iconic.
And while we all know that Fallon is amusing, Bieber's deadpan responses and the mentorship he shows over his senior celebrity - combined with plenty of humble-bragging about his own talents on the ice - rounds out the hilariousness of it all. BTS are the only guests and performers on the episode, meaning the entire episode is dedicated to them. They teamed up with a member from the audience.
Showrunner Gavin Purcell also spoke to RS and further revealed, "In terms of the production side, this [episode] was a pretty heavy lift". And on the BTS side, it was unbelievable to see how they rallied and how hard they worked. "That is one thing their followers know, however not exclusively are they extremely gifted, they're additionally so hardworking and humble". The album consists of the only "Black Swan", which BTS launched a dance follow video for final week.
Next week Bieber will appear on The Late Late Show with his third installment of "Carpool Karaoke" with host James Corden. As revealed by Rolling Stone, first up, we will see BTS have their dream come true and actually perform a brand new song from the album, mostly the lead single, at Grand Central Terminal, New York. The group will also visit New York City's legendary deli Katz's Delicatessen. This means fans can expect a concert, BTS: Bon Voyage, and Run BTS! all in one talk show.