This month will mark the band's debut appearance at the awards, in a dream come true for member Suga, who told Jimmy Fallon a year ago that a goal left on his bucket-list was to "go to the Grammys".
K-pop boy group BTS are set to attend the Grammys as presenters.More news: LG Says the G8 ThinQ is Coming With a Special Selfie Cam
Last year, the group won all four awards they were nominated for at the fan-voted E!
Now, it seems that in addition to this nomination, BTS have also been invited to the evening ceremony to present an award to a fellow artist.
The news was earlier reported by USA media Variety and later on confirmed by Billboard, sending fans to celebrate on Twitter using the trend #BTSxGrammys immediately.
Members RM, Jin, Suga, V, Jimin, J-Hope and Jungkook made waves on the worldwide stage in 2018, gaining numerous accolades inside and outside of music.More news: West Ham hand over evidence to police in Mohamed Salah racism investigation
BTS has released way more than this, and while many failed to make a mark in the U.S. charts, their first top 10 album in the States came in September 2017, when Love Yourself: Her charted at number 7. They are up against St. Vincent's Masseduction, Mitski's Be the Cowboy, The Chairman's The Offering, and Foxhole's Well Kept Thing.
Meanwhile, the upcoming Grammy Awards will be hosted by the American singer, Alicia Keys.
Maroon 5 was only nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for "Girls Like You" with Cardi B. Their absence at the Grammys is expected, since the show is scheduled for only a week after their Super Bowl LIII halftime show performance.
Rap superstar Kendrick Lamar is leading the Grammy pack with eight nominations. The performers for the night include Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Brandi Carlile, Miley Cyrus, Dan + Shay, H.E.R., Post Malone with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Shawn Mendes, Janelle Monáe, and Kacey Musgraves.More news: United Nations expert finds Saudi officials 'perpetrated' Khashoggi murder