BTS might not have won awards, but they still made history at the Grammys

Los Angeles, California - While the K-pop idols of BTS didn't bag a trophy at this year's Grammy Awards, they still had every reason to celebrate.

The boys from BTS have every reason to celebrate despite their loss at the Grammys.
The boys from BTS have every reason to celebrate despite their loss at the Grammys.  © IMAGO / APress

Why? Because J-Hope, Jimin, Jin, Jungkook, RM, Suga and V last Sunday became the first K-pop act to perform one of their own songs at one of the music industry's biggest award shows!

BTS were also the first K-pop group to be nominated this year for Dynamite, which was also their first song to be released in English.

The seven heartthrobs stayed true to hit's title and delivered a truly dynamic performance of their smash, playing on a rooftop overseeing Seoul, South Korea.

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Before their performance, the stars said, "It’s an honor to have our stage at the Grammy Awards, coupled with the nomination along with the other amazing musicians in our category. It’s a significant moment for us."

In a heart-warming tribute to their legion of fans, the boys added, they "owe everything to ARMY," and said: "We will keep going for our next goal."

Watch the performance here:

In the end, BTS lost in their category to Rain on Me by Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande. However, the boy band can nevertheless pride itself on making history at the award show.

And as one fan put it on Twitter: "Who said BTS lost grammys? It's grammys who lost BTS."

Cover photo: IMAGO / APress

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