BTS and Coldplay collaboration CONFIRMED; Septet suit up to receive special envoy certificate at Blue House

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The biggest collaboration for the year is announced and confirmed. Coldplay and BTS (RM, Jin, Jimin, Suga, Jungkook, V, J hope) collaborated for My Universe which will be released on September 24. The rumours for the same had been around for a long time but it was only on Monday that Coldplay confirmed it with a tweet. Coldplay even released a small teaser on Tiktok where Chris Martin is seen jamming with the boys and that visual is enough to make any ARMY feel proud. My Universe will be their first collaboration and is a testimony to the growing popularity of septet around the world.

Chris is even seen wearing a sweatshirt with ‘BTS crew’ written on it. Not just that, BTS were at Blue House in South Korea to receive their special envoy certificate from President Moon Jae-in who gave them their passport, a fountain pen as gifts. They will be accompanying the President for the UN General Assembly where they will be representing the youth. BTS also released a small glimpse of what they might possibly speak about at the UN. They asked fans to share their YOUTH stories and how pandemic affected or changed them.

BTS was all suited up in black for the event and looked their handsome best. They posed with their President and also attended the brief meeting for the event. They will reportedly be speaking and showcasing a performance clip of theirs during the General Assembly. BTS ARMY is extremely proud about the achievements by the septet.

 

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BTS made their debut in 2013 and recently celebrated their eight anniversary. They have been dominating the global charts like never before.

Congratulations BTS!

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