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BTS To Perform 'Dynamite' On TV For First Time at MTV VMAs 2020

BTS To Perform 'Dynamite' On TV For First Time at MTV VMAs 2020

BTS is making their MTV VMAs debut!

The K-pop group will hit the stage at the 2020 MTV VMAs for the first time, and to make it even more memorable, they’ll be performing their new English-only song “Dynaminte” on TV, also for the first time.

The VMAs will take place live on Sunday, August 30, at 8pm ET/PT, and “Dynamite” will be released on August 21st.

Also announced as performers at this year’s ceremony are Doja Cat and J Balvin, with more to be announced later.

BTS are nominated for three awards at the MTV VMAs this year, including Best Pop, Best K-Pop, Best Choreography. Check out the full list of nominations right here!

In case you missed the news, BTS will also be performing at the first ever virtual iHeartRadio Music Festival.

BTS, Miley Cyrus & More To Perform For Virtual iHeartRadio Music Festival 2020

BTS, Miley Cyrus & More To Perform For Virtual iHeartRadio Music Festival 2020

BTS will be one of the main headliners at this year’s 2020 iHeartRadio Music Festival!

It was just announced that the K-pop group will perform virtually for this year’s event, which will take place on September 18th and 19th.

Joining BTS as headliners include Kane Brown and Coldplay, along with special guests Miley Cyrus, Khalid, Keith Urban, Usher, Thomas Rhett and Migos. More performers will be announced at a later date.

Live performances will stream on The CW App and CWTV.com and air on iHeartMedia radio stations nationwide, and will air on The CW on September 27th and 28th.

Artists will also talk to radio host Elvis Duran during the event about how the pandemic has affected their lives, with tours being canceled til at least next year.

BTS Release Music Video For New Song 'Stay Gold'

BTS Release Music Video For New Song 'Stay Gold'

BTS dropped the beautiful music video for their latest single “Stay Gold“!

The K-pop boy band dropped the song from the Japanese-language release of their album Map of the Soul: 7 ~The Journey~.

The new video is already breaking records. For a Japanese music video by a Korean artist, it is the fastest to reach 20 MILLION views on YouTube, and it happened within 13 hours.

Earlier this month, BTS broke another record with their Bang Bang Con: The Live concert. Get the details on that record breaking performance!

BTS‘ agency, Big Hit Entertainment, is starting the process to find the hot new band to become a K-pop sensation with their new series I-LAND.

The show will be available to watch on Rakuten Viki beginning on Friday (June 26). Find out more here!

BTS Break New Record With 'Bang Bang Con: The Live'

BTS Break New Record With 'Bang Bang Con: The Live'

BTS has a new record with their Bang Bang Con: The Live concert!

The group’s performance broke the virtual attendance record for the performance on Sunday (June 14), Variety reports.

The guys hit a “peak of 756,000 concurrent viewers in 107 countries and territories. Attendance was the equivalent of 15 shows at a 50,000 seat stadium and was the biggest audience for a paid virtual concert.”

“Though we may not be able to see each other at this time, we’ve been constantly striving to grow as a group. We are coping up with it pretty well so hope that you too can overcome this time by finding the small joy within. Hope we can meet each other again with smiles on our faces,” Jimin told fans.

BTS performed a 100 minute show with a 12 song set, including “DOPE,” “Boyz with Fun,” “Like,” “Just One Day,” “Jamais Vu,” “Respect,” “Friends,” “Black Swan,” “Boy With Luv (Feat. Halsey),” “Go Go,” “Anpanman” and “Spring Day.”

The K-pop group recently honored the BTS Army and their past up until now in their latest music video for “We Are Bulletproof: The Eternal.”

BTS Debut Animated 'We Are Bulletproof: The Eternal' Music Video - Watch Now!

BTS Debut Animated 'We Are Bulletproof: The Eternal' Music Video - Watch Now!

BTS have unveiled their new music video for “We Are Bulletproof: The Eternal“!

The K-pop group released the video during their 2020 FESTA celebration on Thursday (June 11).

The video takes fans through the band’s past, paying homage to almost each of their past videos.

It also references the powerful BTS Army in the lyrics, “We were only seven, but we have you all now,” and the visuals.

There’s a moment in the video where the Army is “forming the ever-expanding purple galaxy BTS members often refer to in song form and real life. ARMY also takes the form of a whale (or kore) that quite literally carries BTS to the stage,” Teen Vogue writes.

Check out the full video now for the emotional song…


BTS – ‘We Are Bulletproof: The Eternal’ Music Video

BTS Sing 'Baby Shark' In New Never-Before-Seen 'Carpool Karaoke' Clip - Watch Now!

BTS Sing 'Baby Shark' In New Never-Before-Seen 'Carpool Karaoke' Clip - Watch Now!

BTS sang a super viral song during Carpool Karaoke!

In a newly released, never-before-seen clip from The Late Late Show with James Corden, the K-pop group sang a bit of “Baby Shark”.

During Monday night’s (June 8) episode, James Corden praised BTS for their $1 million donation to Black Lives Matter, along with the BTS Army matching that donation.

“While the President is busy threatening military force, it appears to me that the only troops we should be sending in right now is the BTS Army,” James said. “And we wanted to thank all the BTS fans for their phenomenal work these past few days. And what better way to do that than sharing with them a never before seen clip of BTS from our ‘Carpool Karaoke.’”

If you want to watch it again, you can check out BTS‘ “Carpool Karaoke” right here!

Shib Sibs Alex & Maia Shibutani Join BTS Army In Raising Over $1 Million For Black Lives Matter!

Shib Sibs Alex & Maia Shibutani Join BTS Army In Raising Over $1 Million For Black Lives Matter!

Alex and Maia Shibutani have made a donation in support of Black Lives Matter!

The ice skating siblings joined the valiant efforts of the BTS army in raising over a million dollars, in just one day.

“#BTSARMY has raised over $1 million for Black Lives Matter causes to match @bts.bighitofficial’s donation – and they’re still going. We made a donation – please join us!” they wrote on Instagram on Sunday (June 7).

The efforts of the very passionate fandom was in response to the K-pop group’s donation of their own.

BTS and their management company Big Hit Entertainment donated $1 million to Black Lives Matter, Variety confirmed over the weekend.

“Black people all over the world are in pain at this moment from the trauma of centuries of oppression. We are moved by the generosity of BTS and allies all over the world who stand in solidarity in the fight for Black lives,” Kailee Scales, Black Lives Matter managing director, said in a statement.

Just a few days before, BTS shared a message in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

K-Pop stans also took over hashtags that were anti-Black Lives Matter last week.