McDonald’s newest celebrity hookup is with BTS and lucky you because their collaboration has arrived in Australia.

Back in April we first brought you news that Maccas had gotten together with the K-pop superstars to design a one-of-a-kind “tour” menu. Now the mouthwatering collaboration and now it’s finally here.

A 10-piece McNuggets, large fries and a large soft drink will only set you back $13.40 (we checked Melburnians, it’s available on UberEats so you don’t need to miss out during lockdown). And the Bangtan Boys have become the Bangtangy Boys for the occasion, throwing some sweet child and cajun sauce into their special menu.

“The band has great memories with McDonald’s. We’re excited about this collaboration and can’t wait to share the BTS Meal with the world,” BIGHIT MUSIC shared in a statement when the collaboration was first announced.

Maccas famously previously worked with other celebrities like Travis Scott on meals. You’ll just have to try the BTS menu and see whose is best.

To get fans in the mood, BTS have also starred in a video to promote the menu, soundtracked by their hit single ‘Butter’.

And don’t worry if you’re not feeling peckish – a range of Maccas x BTS merchandise is also here, as per Nine. A purple housecoat with the Maccas Golden Arches on it? Sure, why not. The merchandise line can be found on the Weverse Shop app.

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An Aussie woman also shared on TikTok her claim that she was the ‘first’ to try the BTS meal and she was rather excited about it all. “I think it’s because I looked desperate and so they gave it to me,” she joked.

The BTS x McDonald’s meal will be available at participating restaurants in around the country until June 22nd.

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♬ Butter – 방탄소년단 (BTS)

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