Step aside, Pewdiepie and T-Series die-hard fans. That demolished the previous record, set just a week ago by K-pop girl group Blackpink's Kill This Love, which had 56.7 million views in its first 24 hours to top Ariana Grande's thank u, next.
Global sensation BTS performed its new single Boy With Luv, and just 30 minutes after SNL posted the video of the performance, it had been viewed more than 100,000 times on YouTube. However, it has now been surpassed by the Bangtan boys with a massively huge margin.
YouTube Music took to its official Twitter handle on Sunday morning to confirm this mind-numbing achievement, declaring 'Boy with Luv' music video to have indeed become the most watched 24-hour debut.
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This week has been sensational for BTS: the band broke YouTube's one-day viewing record, notching 78 million views for their collaboration with Halsey and 2 million comments. The video was released on Friday (April 12).
The K-pop group's performance was highly anticipated, with passionate fans - coined "The Army" - reportedly camped out in front of the studio days in advance in hopes of meeting them. But this new surge feels like a genuine tipping point: The SNL appearance dominated social media all weekend, and BTS will drop another heavily hyped spectacle at the Billboard Music Awards on May 1.
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