BTS recently performed for the first time at the 63rd GRAMMY Awards with their first English-only single, “Dynamite”, making history once again!

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After the show, the members turned on a live broadcast to thank fans personally for their never-ending support and love.

Leader RM, revealed a positive attitude towards the results and took it as a sign to work harder for next year.

Although many of you may have expected that we would not get the award, I take it as a sign for us to ‘Come and get it yourself’. That’s how I am accepting it.

— RM

He also focused more on the fact that they were the first Korean artists to be nominated and hold a solo performance rather than thinking of it as a fall through.

I saw a few articles about it being a fall through with the award, but it’s not really a fall through. Honestly, it’s the first time we’ve been nominated. It’s the first time being nominated as a group and holding a solo performance. Let’s think of this in a positive light.

— RM

He also made sure to thank the fans and the members for achieving such a huge feat.

Ah it’s okay. This is enough and of course it would be a lie to say that we’re not bummed. It’s really amazing guys, right? Let’s give a round of applause and pat ourselves on the back for doing something so amazing together. Let’s never stop and let’s keep on going!

— RM

And of course, our amazing Minstradamus (Suga) seemed to have known about this all along! In a previous interview, Suga makes a prediction for the GRAMMYs.

Our team goal is to perform at the GRAMMYs next year (2021) and to receive the award the year after that (2022).

— Suga

Looks like BTS and ARMYs are getting the award in 2022!

Netizens who saw this showed support for the group and congratulated them on their accomplishment.

  • “RM speaks so wisely. Next year is BTS’s year!”
  • “It will happen just like Suga’s prediction.”
  • “You guys were amazing! Let’s get it next year!”
  • “It’s amazing enough to be nominated, let’s get it next year!”