#FallonAsksBTS Trends After BTS Is Confirmed to Appear on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

BTS will make a guest appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon soon, the host announced on Thursday.

Fallon asked viewers to send him any questions he should ask the K-pop sensation using the hashtag #FallonAsksBTS, which has been top-trending on Twitter with a flood of questions pouring in.

The questions from fans—collectively known as the Army—range from several requests asking BTS to visit their countries and questions about their forthcoming album Map of the Soul:7 and future collaborations.

"What inspired this album/some tracks in the album? I know they are pretty hesitant in giving anything away but if possible to answer it without giving any spoilers that would be awesome #FallonAsksBTS #FallonTonight," wrote @_BangtansAngel

"If you could describe the upcoming album with a color,which one would it be? #FallonAsksBTS," wrote @infiresjikookie

"#FallonAsksBTS Would you like to collab with Selena Gomez or Taylor Swift in the future?," wrote @fetishxselgo.

"Hey guys I just wanna say that I love you so much thank you for better my life But I would like to ask you one thing can you please come to Portugal? Portuguese armys love you so much #FallonAsksBTS," wrote @marmjh1

"#FallonAsksBTS Please @jimmyfallon ask this question for bts When will bts come to Algeria please," wrote @Armysanabangta1.

"#FallonAsksBTS Can you please ask the boys when they will tour South of Asia? For example, India and Pakistan?," wrote @aeyshaakhtar786.

Others asked personal questions about wishes, pet peeves, and fears as well as existential ones about second chances and living the same day multiple times.

"Have you ever felt like you lived the same day many times before? #FallonAsksBTS," wrote @inasimi_

"What is your biggest fear? #FallonAsksBTS @jimmyfallon" wrote @Johana46008222.

"What is your biggest wish this year? #FallonAsksBTS," wrote @vebrisa272.

"#FallonAsksBTS do you believe in second chances?," wrote @KIMSGGUK.

"Pets peeves that the members have? #FallonAsksBTS @jimmyfallon @FallonTonight," wrote @yoonminOT7_xoxo

Tweet us your questions for @BTS_twt using #FallonAsksBTS! pic.twitter.com/68f0eRzJ7P

— The Tonight Show (@FallonTonight) February 7, 2020

One fan was curious to know more about the band's thoughts on Connect, BTS, their global art project, the final exhibition of which was unveiled in New York City earlier this week.

"My question is for Taehyung and Namjoon, since you both like appreciating Art and paintings, how was your experience with #Btsxconnect and talking with all these amazing artists? #FallonAsksBTS," wrote @monophile.

Other questions were more random.

"Ok let's get serious: milk before cereal or cereal before milk? #FallonAsksBTS," wrote @sunlovesnamie.

"Thoughts on periodic table. #FallonAsksBTS," wrote @Sanskriti_bts

BTS have been making the rounds on radio and television shows in the U.S. following their first-ever performance at the 2020 Grammy Awards last month, which saw them become the first Korean act to perform on the historic show.

Last month, the group appeared on James Corden's The Late Late Show where they performed live their new single "Black Swan" for the first time.

They also dropped by the studios of the iHeartRadio for a chat about their new album. The group is a nominee in next month's iHeartRadio Music Awards for Best Music Video.

Map of the Soul: 7 is out on February 21.

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BTS performs onstage during the 2017 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 19, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. Getty Images

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