BTS share their GRAMMY moment with ARMY: "What we've done is already amazing"

BTS share their GRAMMY moment with ARMY: "What we've done is already amazing"

"We always love you, ARMY." BTS tweeted as they wrapped up their 2022 GRAMMY Awards experience.

In a showcase of love and support for the global pop group, BTS fans took over Twitter with the hashtag #YouAreNot7WithUs —referencing BTS' sentimental track 'We Are Bulletproof: the Eternal'—following their performance at the 64th GRAMMY Awards

BTS stage a smooth art heist at the 2022 GRAMMY Awards with a 007-inspired performance of 'Butter' – watch

BTS were nominated at this year's awards ceremony for Best Pop Duo/Group with the accolade eventually going to Doja Cat and SZA. This comes as the group's second year in a row considered for the category, which was previously included in the pre-show.


This year also comes as the group's second time performing their own song at the awards show, where BTS showcased a special secret agent-themed performance (which they revealed only had 1 day of full group practice) of their GRAMMY-nominated single 'Butter'

Following the awards ceremony, BTS took to V LIVE to celebrate and share this moment with their fans. During the livestream, SUGA shared, "This isn't something to be sad about, what we've done is already amazing."

"We did our best," added RM. "Well what can we do, it’s a fact that we don’t feel the best but I think it’s good, to be honest. We can be sad today and be okay tomorrow."

'Butter' comes as one of BTS' biggest hits yet, having won an array of accolades both in and out of Korea. The dance-pop single has also dominated major charts all over the world, including spending 10 weeks atop Billboard's Hot 100

Following the group's appearance and performance at this year's GRAMMY Awards, BTS fans took to social media to share their favourite moments from the awards shows as well as show their support for the global hitmakers using #YouAreNot7WithUs.

BTS are on to bigger things starting this weekend with their sold-out PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE - Las Vegas concerts happening at Allegiant Stadium. The 'Dynamite' act will also be taking over the city with various pop-up stores and themed events taking place across Las Vegas. 

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