BTS is shaking up their image just a little bit ahead of the release of their new single “Butter”. Over the last week, the K-pop group has been sharing teasers on Instagram and Twitter, and one of the first things that fans noticed was that some of the members are rocking new hair colors.


RM is back to pink with his “new” look, and fans are not upset to see him going back to his look from a few years ago.” “Omg he looks amazing 😩” replied one fan. “THE MOST CUTEST” someone else commented. If RM wasn’t sure of pink before, all the love will hopefully make him feel confident in the color.


It looked like J-Hope was going platinum after a selfie tweet at Conan O’Brien, but it turns out that he’s actually gone butter yellow for the group’s new look. Iconic. (Would you go neon yellow?)


Not just blond, Jimin’s new look features streaks of pink and purple. “Holyyyyyyyyy man🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥Jimin is also blonde???????/)(+-+:;! Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh myyyyyyyyy goooosssssghhhhhh🔥🔥🔥” one ARMY tweeted, and we can’t help but agree. Blond transformations are totally in right now with Billie Eilish and Selena Gomez also making a big change, but where else are we seeing these multi-colored strands?


Some fans are theorizing that Suga also changed his hair to a dark green, but until more teaser photos come out we can’t be sure. One member did go for a dramatic dark dye, though. Jungkook is now rocking a deep purple that gives us edgy pop vibes that we can’t get enough of.

“Butter” comes out May 21, and there are more teaser photos and clips on the way, so we’ll be seeing even more of the idols’ new styles leading up to the release of the single and music video!

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