ARMYs are celebrating BTS‘s unprecedented, history-making nomination by sweeping Twitter with #LightItUpBTS!
While the group did not win “Best Pop Duo/Group Performance” at the 63rd GRAMMY Awards held March 14, 2021, ARMYs remain “incredibly proud” and marking the day as “historic regardless” — as they patiently await the performance to take place during the main event of the 2021 GRAMMYs.
— OurMagicShop (@OMSFanbase) March 14, 2021
“So please don’t forget that whether we get the Grammy or not, we already got what we wanted & we got you, so that means we got everything.” @BTS_twt 💜#BTSOurGreatestPrize #LightItUpBTS pic.twitter.com/mvBnobShi5
— k s j g⁷ ♐️ (@kimseokjingifs) March 14, 2021
So much love but also so much RESPECT for BTS. They’re living legends and they’re here to stay. You’re going to see them again and again and again. #LightItUpBTS
— fatima🍊 (@fatimafarha_) March 14, 2021
As first-time nominees at the GRAMMYs for their chart-topping single “Dynamite,” BTS did previously say in an interview with USA TODAY‘s Social Media Editor Fatima-Tul Farha that the nomination felt surreal and that “[they]’re trying [their] best to deliver a great performance to return all the support [they] received from [their] fans.”
Breaking countless records as “Korea’s first boy group” to do so, BTS continues to wow their fans with their phenomenal success all over the world. The GRAMMY-nominees are set to perform at the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards — to be broadcast live starting at 5PM PT. Watch on GRAMMY.com.
The Best Pop Duo/Group Performance has been awarded to Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande for “Rain on Me.”