Paulo Coelho twitter
The Alchemist author Paulo Coelho, best-selling author and self-described Tweet deleter, is known to tweet out statements in support of BTS from time to time. It's no surprise that Coelho is an ARMY, though; books such as Warrior of the Light reveal that he and Bangtan are kindred spirits.
Halsey's ARMY Tweets
Halsey is a profoundly talented musician. She's also been an ARMY long enough to be inspired by BTS. She collaborated with BTS on Boy with Luv and has repeatedly had their backs in interviews. Always genuine, Halsey continually uses her platform for good.
"ARMY should be the CIA ... and I love that."
MAX has musical style and a genuine ARMY personality. Not only has he reached out to Suga and collaborated with him, he also took the time and effort to learn Korean for his collab with Suga (and learn it well). MAX is another musician who repeatedly sings BTS' praises.
BTS performs HOME for their residency week on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Fallon, or as he's now known to BTS ARMY, "Chimmy" Fallon, has been hosting BTS since 2018, and he's done so treating BTS with respect and appreciation. The Tonight Show even went so far as to provide subtitles to the BTS Week performances, currently a rare move for American media.
Carpool Karaoke with BTS
"Papa Mochi," also known as James Corden of The Late Late Show, has been declaring his undying love and desire to join
BTS since before many of us became ARMY. His episode of Carpool Karaoke with Bangtan initiated a new group of BTS ARMY, and all we can say is, "Borahae, Papa Mochi!"
John Cena Explains BTS on The Late Late Show
While John Cena exemplifies physical strength, he shares tweets encouraging character strength. John Cena is ARMY, and has regularly shared what inspires him about both BTS and ARMY.
Sleep Deez on Insta
My Time producer Sleep Deez is ARMY through and through. In addition to genius producer skills, Sleep is known for taking time to answer ARMY questions and helping ARMYs take the next step to further their own skills. Sleep also streams with us and turns wrong number texts into streaming pitches. When there's a BTS ARMY Hall of Fame, Sleep's going to be in it.
Nicki Minaj with a friendly shoutout
Nicki Minaj brought her unique style and artistry to the collaboration with BTS in a way that completely harmonized
with the IDOL concept. In a show of respect and friendship, she had the idea to provide the Korean pronunciation for
her English rap in the MV.
Alejandro Vigilante Website
Alejandro Vigilante merges pop art and the internet and into unique compositions. His followers on Twitter are often given the opportunity to see his compositions as a reflection of ripples in the Twitterverse. Vigilante not only sports the ᴮᴱ, his verbal commentary as ARMY can be as incisive as his artwork.
BTS' J-Hope and Becky G Talk 'Chicken Noodle Soup'
Becky G has been a friend to BTS and ARMY, gracious, and a wonderful collaborator with J-Hope.
Steve Aoki giving a shoutout to BTS ARMY on Twitter
The talented and hard working Steve Aoki has refined the ability to spot trends while they are ascending. He recognized the talent in BTS as they were emerging into a global force. The riveting Mic Drop helped them explode onto the American scene, and Aoki has been evergreen with his encouragement and praise of both BTS and ARMY.
Wale on Twitter giving a shoutout to RM
BTS have collaborated with many artists, and Wale, one of the greatest of all time, has consistently encouraged Bangtan.
Lauv sends some love to BTS
Lauv is a supportive and thoughtful collaborator. He's expressed support for BTS and ARMY multiple times.
Arcades reflects on making music with BTS
Arcades have worked with BTS on Mikrokosmos, Jamais Vu and Inner Child. At every turn, they've not only spoken highly of the whole co-working process with BTS, they've also shown true ARMY spirit by giving back in gratitude through actions such as inviting other ARMY to meet them prior to the concert at Wembley Stadium.
Mark Millar tweets his love for ARMY
BTS' nods to The Kingsman have not gone unnoticed, and none other than Mark Millar, writer for The Kingsman (and other important titles), has responded with all the ARMY love.