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After playfully recreating the Beatles' historic 1964 television debut earlier in the week, The Late Show With Stephen Colbert has shared a bonus performance of their Ed Sheeran collaboration "Make it Right."

The K-pop group took a relaxed approach for the performance, lounging on stools while delivering the delicate song, which appears on their latest album, Map of the Soul: Persona. Earlier in the week, BTS lit up Colbert's stage playing their new track "Boy With Luv," featuring Halsey.

BTS paid tribute to the Fab Four on the Late Show Wednesday (May 15) with a brief black-and-white skit and performing their favorite Beatles song, "Hey Jude." The group also sat down for a chat with Colbert to discuss Map of the Soul: Persona, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in April. The group is currently touring stadiums to promote the new release.

Watch BTS' performance of "Make It Right" on Colbert below.


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