BTS To Grace This Year's Grammys With Their Presence


BTS is officially going to the Grammys 2019.

If you're like us, then you're hoping probably Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper take home Record of the Year for "Shallow", or perhaps you're excited to see BTS hit the stage to present an award.

Kacey Musgraves, who is nominated for Best Album of the Year among others, will be showing off her golden pipes on Sunday, too.

In December, BTS has received their first-ever Grammy nod, making them the first K-pop act to receive recognition from the prestigious music award-giving body.

BTS has spent the most successful year of its career in 2018.

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Korean pop superstars BTS will be presenting at the 2019 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, in addition to being nominated for one of the coveted gramophone trophies.

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

This coming Sunday (Feb. 10), the 61st annual Grammy Awards will bring some of the biggest and best musicians in the world together. The songwriter replaced James Corden, who has been the event's host for the past two years. The show will be broadcast live from the venue on CBS. In fact, we're starting to think that RADIO.COM bringing together BTS and BSB last year could actually lead to some awesome things this year.

Performers of the night at the "61st Annual Grammy Awards" include Camila Cabello, Cardi B, H.E.R.

Rapper Kendrick Lamar leads the way in nominations with eight, followed by Drake with seven and producer Boi-1Da on six. Taylor Swift, who is up for best pop vocal album for "Reputation", may also be a no-show.