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Everyone knows BTS can dance, but can they do the Fortnite dances?

RM, V, Suga, Jin, Jungkook, Jimin and J-Hope accepted Jimmy Fallons challenge in taking on the Fortnite moves, including the flapper, the floss, and boneless.

Naturally, these lads absolutely aced it, and even welcomed Jimmy into their fold as an eighth member after he proved himself a semi-able dancer.

V took on the flapper, J-Hope took on the robot, and the entire clan went for it with the floss.

Level: Expert (picture: YouTube)

Jimmy said their appearance had been phenomenal, before declaring that Jimin is his favourite member.

He later interviewed the band about their time in the US, addressing RMs impassioned United Nations speech.

I was so nervous, RM, the groups leader, told Jimmy. Im holding up the paper and if you see Im shaking. It was a big deal.

When asked what the groups message was, RM explained: The message is about speaking yourself instead of letting other people speak to you, to truly know yourself, know who I am and what my voice is.

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We want to stay humble and enjoy the ride.

Suga added their next move is to get to the Grammys.

They later performed Idol and Im Fine to deafening screams from the audience.

Earlier this week the group appeared at the UN to discuss their Love Myself campaign, a partnership with Unicef aimed at ending violence against young people.

BTS have become one of the most popular acts in music since first performing in 2013.

In August, they became the first K-pop group to enter the top 40 of the UK singles chart after their song Idol landed at number 21.

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