The south Korean Boy Group sprang to stardom in 2017, and since then, their career has soared to global acclaim. They have broken several records, appeared at illustrious events, and garnered hundreds of accolades. They are currently regarded as the largest Kpop group in music history all around the world.
Of course, this title carries a great deal of responsibility. The amount of labor is incredibly physically and psychologically taxing because of how many appearances, performances, and releases they have to do each month. They create the songs, write and produce the music, record the songs, create and perfect the choreography for each song, perform the new songs on various stages, attend events, go on world tours, make TV appearances, participate in photo shoots, do interviews, etc., all while maintaining a perfect appearance and a certain standard physique that is deemed attractive.
The members must adhere to a diet in order to maintain their physical fitness, and V, unable to contain his emotions, has геvеаled everything on camera.
In the midst of a live stream, while interacting with fans, this is what he said: “I’m on a diet, so I have no energy. I didn’t know dieting was this hard, always tired, always sleepy, always low energy. When I don’t eat, I become like this, no energy from having food.”
The fans of the group are alarmed at his confession, what do you think?
BTS Scores Three 2023 Grammy Nominations
With Coldplay’s collaboration on “My Universe,” the trio is nominated for best pop duo/group performance for the third consecutive year.
When the 65th annual Grammy nominees were announced on Tuesday, BTS received three pieces of excellent news (Nov. 15). With Coldplay’s collaboration on “My Universe,” the trio is competing for best pop duo/group performance for the third consecutive year. For “Yet to Come,” they are nominated for best music video. Additionally, they are listed as featured musicians on Coldplay’s Music of the Spheres, which is up for album of the year.
The K-pop idols are receiving their first nominations for multiple Grammy categories in the same year.
BTS was nominated for best pop duo/group performance for “Butter” and “Dynamite” in 2020. (2021). Since it was launched as a part of a Grammy redesign of its category structure in 2011, they are the only artist to have been nominated three years in a row in this category.
Both continuing groups/duos and single artists’ collaborations may be found in this category. Coldplay has received the most nominations in the category, with five, followed by Maroon 5 (four), BTS (three), The Chainsmokers, and Florence + the Machine (two each).
“My Universe” is the second collab by two groups to be nominated for best pop duo/group performance. Coldplay was also involved with the first, “Something Just Like This,” a 2017 collab with The Chainsmokers.
Even if BTS were not included as featured artists, J-Hope (Jung Ho-Seok), RM (Kim Nam-Joon), and Suga (Min Yoon-Gi), who are three members of BTS, would have been nominated for album of the year because they are also recognized as songwriters on the Coldplay album.
The songs “Don’t Shut Me Down” by ABBA, “Bam Bam” by Camila Cabello featuring Ed Sheeran, “I Like You (A Happier Song),” and “Unholy” by Sam Smith and Kim Petras are the other contenders for best pop duo/group performance.
The following songs are also up for best music video: “Easy on Me” by Adele, “Woman” by Doja Cat, “The Heart Part 5” by Kendrick Lamar, “As It Was” by Harry Styles, and “All Too Well: The Short Film” by Taylor Swift.