K-pop star collaboration kicks off on Wednesday

McDonald’s New Celebrity Collaboration is here for a limited time.

Less than a week after BTS released their new English single “Butter”, K-pop superstars’ BTS meal arrives Wednesday at McDonald’s restaurants in the United States, Bahamas, Canada and eight other countries.

The meal includes a 10-piece McNuggets Chicken, medium fries, medium Coke, and, for the first time in the US, mild chili and Cajun sauces. McDonald’s says the sauces are inspired by popular recipes from its restaurants in South Korea, where the boy group originated.

The meal will be available in the United States until June 20 and will arrive in 11 additional countries on Thursday, including South Korea. It will be available in nearly 50 countries in May and June.

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Customers in the United States can order the BTS meal at restaurants and drive-thru, via mobile ordering in the McDonald’s app or the chain’s delivery service, McDelivery.

“The group has fond memories with McDonald’s,” BTS’s label Big Hit Music said in a statement last month.

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McDonald’s has already partnered with celebrities for special meals.

In September, the popularity of the month Collaboration with Travis Scott – the first time the name of a celebrity has been on the menu in the United States since 1992 – leads to shortages of key ingredients Across the country. In October, McDonald’s had the J Balvin meal with the award-winning reggaeton artist.

“Butter” is BTS’s second song published entirely in English. The group’s latest English single took the septet to new heights: “Dynamite” debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned BTS a Grammy nomination for Best Performance by the Pop Duo / Group.

Contributing: Brett Molina and Ralphie Aversa, USA TODAY

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