Watch BTS’ Beautiful ‘Life Goes On’ and ‘Dynamite’ AMAs Performance

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The boys of BTS—Jungkook, V, Jin, Jimin, J-Hope, RM, and Suga—performed at the American Music Awards from South Korea tonight, and they brought a big dose of merriment into the upcoming holiday week. BTS did their first live performance of “Life Goes On” for the U.S. awards show, then also performed “Dynamite.” They wore different outfits for each number, opting for black and white outfits for “Life Goes On” and then bright pastel ensembles for “Dynamite.” As always with BTS, the choreography was top-notch and intricate for “Dynamite,” while “Life Goes On” was a more intimate, singing-focused number. Both were masterfully done and closed out the award show with a bang:

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BTS was nominated for two awards at the AMAs tonight: Favorite Social Artist and Favorite Duo or Group – Pop/Rock—they won both categories. They gave an acceptance speech for Favorite Duo or Group during the show, with the group in suits then. The boys gave a heartfelt thanks to their fans, the ARMY:

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The group spoke to Entertainment Tonight ahead of the show’s broadcast about their new album Be, which came out Friday and captures this time the world has been spending in quarantine amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“Everyone’s pretty vocal about their opinions,” Jimin said. “We talked about many themes and emotions and put all of them into this album.”

“We hope that fans can find comfort in this track,” Jin said of their song “Life Goes On,” which they performed first on the broadcast.

The boys spoke about “Dynamite” earlier this year, which they performed for the first time live at the MTV VMAs in August.

BTS told Zane Lowe on Apple Music when the song came out two weeks before that “Dynamite” is “made of positive vibes, energy, hope, love, the purity, everything. Recording this song was really fun, and like Jin said, we’re going through difficult times so we tried to have more fun working on this song. We made this song in hopes of giving energy to the listeners. We’re glad this song turned out great and hope a lot of our fans can listen to it to receive the positive energy we tried to incorporate in the song.”

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