BTS Make History At The Grammys As First K-Pop Presenters
The group presented the Grammy award for best R&B album to H.E.R. for her self-titled album.
Hitting the red carpet in their (super cute) matching tuxedos, Korean boy band BTS caused quite the stir among the crowd and -- most notably -- in the Twittersphere.
The band -- consisting of members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, V, Jimin and Jungkook -- had social media in meltdown as they made history by being the first ever K-pop group to present at the Grammy Awards, announcing the Grammy for Best R&B Album which went to H.E.R.
“Growing up in South Korea, we always dreamed of being on the Grammys stage,” group member RM said. “Thank you to all our fans for making this dream come true and we’ll be back.”
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Fans were quick to jump on Twitter to praise the boys for what must have been a surreal and nerve-wracking experience, and also to fawn over their adorable matching outfits, of course.
It's been an insane year for the South Korean group, who have not only smashed the charts in their home country but also in the US, and have amassed millions of followers across the globe, evidenced by them having the most Twitter engagements for a music group for two years in a row.
Now this latest in their ever-growing string of achievements had Twitter fans emotional, with many taking to the platform to congratulate the boys.
Fingers crossed for a performance next year!