Celebs love BTS
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BTS is known to collect people into their fandom left and right with their music, performance, and personalities. Over the years, ARMYs have grown to be a powerful, dedicated, and sometimes feared fandom. The range of people part of the ARMY is mesmerizing – it includes teens to senior citizens from all walks of life. Celebrities have not escaped from this phenomenon either.

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Many celebrities have shown their liking towards BTS. These include Taylor Swift, Charlie Puth, Lizzo, Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, Laura Marano, Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes, Jade Thirlwall, Charlie XCX, Jimmy Fallon, Lily Singh, James Corden, and DNCE, especially Joe Jonas. So, which are the Top 10 celebrities in BTS’s friend list? Let’s check it out!

Top 10 celebrities that love BTS

1. Steve Aoki

Steve Aoki has been part of the BTS ARMY for a long time. He has supported the boys since 2017 and has always cheered them on for their achievements. Both artists have also collaborated on hit tracks, Mic Drop (2017) and Waste It On Me (2018).

2. Max

Singer-Songwriter Max has shown his appreciation towards BTS and their music. The BTS fandom was excited over the new friendship growing between Max and SUGA in 2020. They were seen hanging out at an L.A. Lakers game in 2020 and sharing strawberries dipped in chocolate. Later, they collaborated on a single called “Blueberry Eyes.”

 3. Lauv

BTS have always shown their appreciation for Lauv’s music. Their friendship deepened when they finally met in London during BTS’s 2019 stadium tour. After meeting at Wembley Stadium, they collaborated on Make It Right, a track from BTS’ studio album Map Of The Soul.

4. Halsey

Halsey and BTS are one of the most well-known celebrity friendships. They met during the 2017 BBMAs and kept in touch. Later, she was featured in their hit title Boy With Luv in 2019. Even though they had limited chance to meet, they stayed in contact, cheering for and supporting each other.

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5. Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran has collaborated with BTS for two of their popular tracks. He was credited as a songwriter for Make It Right and Permission To Dance. Fans eagerly await the day when the two artists meet, as they haven’t had a chance yet due to their busy schedules and COVID-19.

6. Chris Martin

Coldplay’s Chris Martin collaborated with BTS for their track My Universe in 2021. Fans were glad to see the artists gush over each other in the behind-the-screen documentary. The documentary is available on YouTube if you want to see more of their adorable interaction!

Ariana Grande with BTS
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7. Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande and BTS is a collab that fans have been waiting for forever. There have been many fan-edited images and music mash-ups trending through the internet. And finally, during the 2020 Grammys, both artists met ever since they have repeatedly appreciated each other and shown their excitement for a collab.

8. Megan Thee Stallion

Megan Thee Stallion is one of the recent artists to join BTS’s fan list. They collaborated on the song Butter in 2021 and gave a surprise performance during BTS’s 2021 Permission To Dance Tour in Los Angeles.

9. Becky G

The collab between Becky G and BTS’s J-hope was observed and uncovered by fans due to the presence of some Korean snacks behind one of the photos shared by Becky G. The artist worked together for the hit single Chicken Noodle Soup.

10. Anderson.Paak

Anderson. Paak shared that he became a fan of BTS after his child introduced their music to him. The singer joined them during their performance of Yet To Come. Recently, he collaborated with BTS RM’s album Indigo on a track called ‘Still Life’.

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BTS has reached many hearts and joined them together with their music. For which they have received much love and appreciation in their career. We can be sure this list will only keep growing as they venture into more activities ahead.

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Kairavi Pandya is a Senior Writer at Spiel Times. She has a fascination with cinema, multi-generational literature, and old-school Kpop. In her spare time, she likes to learn choreographies and catch up with healing K-dramas. She is also pursuing her undergrad degree.