BTS Teases Their Upcoming Grammys Performance
K-pop group BTS is nominated at this weekend’s Grammys, and they’re also set to perform during the awards show. The group recently shared how they feel about the honor.
The seven group members also teased their performance in a USA Today interview. Check it out below, and read on to find out what BTS fans can expect at this weekend’s event.
BTS Teases Grammys Performance
BTS is nominated for their first Grammy in the Pop Duo/Group Performance category for their song “Dynamite.” Group member J-Hope told USA Today that the group has been watching the awards “since we were young,” and being nominated has “become a goal of ours.”
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The group is also set to perform during Sunday night’s show. However, they’re keeping the details of that performance under wraps. “I’m not sure if we can share this, but we’re preparing really really hard,” Suga said. “And it’s really a secret that this is a secret.”
RM, meanwhile, revealed that the group has been more eager to perform at the Grammys than be nominated. “We’re a performance team,” he said, adding that performing their song at the awards was “our final dream for this whole journey.”
The Group Wants To Get Back To Performing
BTS shared that they’re excited to hold a concert for their fans as soon as possible. Due to the pandemic, the group had to cancel tour dates last year. Jin said that as more and more people are getting vaccines, they hope to get back on stage soon.
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“If the situation allows, our priority would be to hold a concert with our fans,” he said. “Also, we’re working on individual songs and meeting up for group songs as well. We’ve been working really hard, so stay tuned for new things to come out.”
Other performers at the 2021 Grammys include Harry Styles, Taylor Swift, Cardi B, Doja Cat, and Dua Lipa. The show, hosted by Trevor Noah, will air Sunday, March 14, at 8 pm ET on CBS.