BTS' Jungkook Debuts Blue Hairstyle

BTS’ Jungkook is showing off his vibrant new 'do. The change comes on the heels of BTS’ headlining 'MTV Unplugged' concert, making them the first Korean act in history to headline the show.

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JIMIN: We can't believe it!

- BTS's Jungkook is showing off a vibrant new look.



- A month after dyeing his hair blond, the BTS star posted a mirror selfie of his new wavy blue locks. Check out Jungkook hanging out in some casual clothes showing off the blue 'do. From blond to blue, there's no doubt he can rock just about any shade and look dynamite.

BTS: (SINGING) Light it up like dynamite. Whoa-oh-oh.

- Jungkook debuted his new tresses the day after BTS absolutely slayed their "MTV Unplugged" concert special, making them the first Korean act in history to headline the show.

BTS: (SINGING) Yeah, this beat cha-ching like money. Ha! Disco overload. I'm into that. I'm good to go. I'm diamond. You know I glow up. MTV, let's go!

- The most surprising moment of the night? When BTS performed a cover of the Coldplay classic "Fix You."

BTS: (SINGING) And lights will guide you home. And ignite your bones. And I will try to fix you.

- But "MTV Unplugged" is just one of the many milestones BTS has reached the past few months. In December, the group was named Time Magazine's Entertainer of the Year, an accomplishment they credit to their friendship and their fans, the BTS Army. It's a sentiment the group shared while speaking with ET in August.

- So I want to say Army really is our inspiration. You know, things are tough for everybody. You know, everybody is really going through hard times. But I think, you know, for Army to have this energy and show this drive, it really inspires us.

- BTS is also making Grammy history, becoming the first K-pop group to break into the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category for their single "Dynamite."

BTS: (SINGING) 'Cause I-I-I'm in the stars tonight. So watch me bring the fire and set the night alight.

DENNY DIRECTO: "Dynamite" bringing some much-needed energy into the world. How did everything that's going on in the world, including with the pandemic, kind of influence your new music?

RM: You know, 2020 has been truly a rough year for many, and there were many surprises, changes. We felt, like, desperate, to be honest with you. And we needed-- we thought we needed to break free from that, so we focused on what we can do the best, and that was the music and the performance.

You know, and we tried to get energy, and we wanted to give the energy back to the world. So, you know, things are simple. The world needs a positive explosion, and we came with "Dynamite," and boom.