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pink ballet shoe in aluminum wire

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Overall, the show was well-paced and choreographed, as BTS delivered some fun pop tunes and accompanying dance moves on two stages that were connected by a long catwalk on the arena floor. The group closed the main set on a high note, offering up solid versions of “Tear” and “Mic Drop” before a crowd that hungrily — and loudly — ate up every note. “IDOL”. “Save Me”. “I’m Fine”. “Magic Shop”. “Trivia: Just Dance”.