BTS is breaking records again.
The K-Pop-Boy band seemed to be making the impossible possible again by outclassing Taylor Swift with the most watched video on YouTube within 24 hours.
BTS's "Idol" music video reached more than 56 million views on the platform on the first day of its release. The album was formerly owned by Swift for their music video "Look What You Made Me Do" released during the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards. At that time, just over 43 million views were made in the first 24 hours.
The record is also a personal best for BTS, as their music video for "Fake Love", which fell last May, received 35 million views on the first day of release. Look at "Idol" below.
RM, Jungkook, Jimin, Jin, J-Hope, V and Suga have completely taken over the music world on Friday with the release of their new album Love Yourself: Answer ̵
"US iTunes All Genres Chart" – they have NOT come to play with everyone – my version of #Idol with #BTS is out now! Congratulations to them on a great new album, I'm honored it to be part of it. S / O to #KOREA! schrieb "she wrote on Instagram.
"Super proud of @BTS_twt I told my label some time ago that it's a pleasure to release the same time great music boy's well done," tweeted Liam Payne, while Ed Sheeran wrote on his Instagram story that the band is "going to have an incredible week."
BTS Love Yourself Tour begins on Saturday in Seoul, South Korea. The guys will then travel to North America with concert stops in Los Angeles, Oakland, Fort Worth, Hamilton, Newark, Chicago and New York City before traveling to Europe and Asia to complete the world tour.
ET got together with BTS in May to find out about her celebrity fans, new music, love, fame and more. See below.