BTS Cancels Activities In U.S. After Grammys Announces Award Show Postponement

After the Grammys announced that the awards ceremony would be postponed, K-Pop star group BTS stated that they had cancelled their travel to the United States. “We were preparing to attend the Grammys, but stopped discussing plans after hearing about the postponement,” Big Hit Music told Newsen.

The Grammy Awards have been postponed because of the current outbreak of COVID-19’s Omicron strain. They were originally set for January 31. BTS, who is nominated for Best Pop Duo or Group Performance, was scheduled to attend the ceremony as their first official activity following their hiatus.

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The group’s sole confirmed schedule as of yet is an offline concert in Seoul in March. “There are presently no modifications to the Seoul concert in March,” Big Hit Music said.

BTS is nominated for Best Pop Duo Or Group Performance at the Grammys in 2022 for their summer hit “Butter.”

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his is the boyband’s second Grammy nomination, following their Grammy triumph in 2021 for their popular track “Dynamite.”

For the first time since 2019, BTS is in the midst of an “extended period of rest,” which was initially revealed early last month.

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Their appearance at the Grammy Awards would have been their first public appearance after the news.

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“The period of rest will produce the members of BTS… a chance to get re-inspired and recharge with creative energy,” Big Hit said in a statement. The boyband will also be working on a new album, which will mark the start of a “new chapter” for the K-pop act, according to the business.