Korean boy band BTS to appear at Grammy Awards

Korean boy band BTS to appear at Grammy Awards

Korean boy band BTS to appear at Grammy Awards

Keys, a 15-time Grammys victor, replaces James Corden, the British late-night show comedian who has hosted the awards the past two years.

Get ready GRAMMYs, BTS is coming.

The news was earlier reported by USA media Variety and later on confirmed by Billboard, sending fans to celebrate on Twitter using the trend #BTSxGrammys immediately.

Members RM, Jin, Suga, V, Jimin, J-Hope and Jungkook made waves on the worldwide stage in 2018, gaining numerous accolades inside and outside of music. It will be against four other LPs like Mitski's "Be the Cowboy", St Vincent's "Masseducation", The Chairman's "The Offering", and Foxhole's "Well Kept Thing". They debuted in 2013, and they are now conquering the music scene all over the globe.

Their millions of fans were disappointed to learn that the stars were only nominated for Best Recording Package, which is basically a nomination recognizing their album Love Yourself: Tear artwork.

Who's Hosting? Alicia Keys, herself a 15-time GRAMMY victor, will be master of ceremonies. The songwriter replaced James Corden, who has been the event's host for the past two years.

Kendrick Lamar leads the Grammy nominations with eight nods.

When do the 2019 Grammy Awards start? Live performances include Brandi Carlile, Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Janelle Monáe, Post Malone, Shawn Mendes and many more!

According to the music news organisation Billboard, the K-pop band has reportedly confirmed that they will attend the 62nd annual awards ceremony at Staples Centre in Los Angeles on Sunday 10 February.

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