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Try Not to Cry Over This Video of BTS Dedicating Their 2020 EMAs Best Song Award to ARMY

BTS took home four awards at the 2020 MTV Europe Music Awards on Sunday night (Nov. 8), and dedicated their top prize to the ARMY.

Upon winning best song for their No. 1 hit "Dynamite," the group gave their excited acceptance speech via satellite. "This means so much for us because we really wanted to enjoy this song with our fans in this difficult time," they said. "So we want to dedicate this award to them. Because they deserve it."

In addition to best song, the K-pop idols took home the trophy for best group for the third consecutive year, as well as best virtual live and biggest fans. They were also nominated for best pop, but lost out to Little Mix, who served as hosts for the evening's socially-distanced awards show.

Lady Gaga, meanwhile, led this year's pack of nominations with seven -- she took home best artist -- and Justin Bieber tied with BTS in second with a fellow five nods.

And while BTS didn't perform during the European awards show, they have taken the stage to deliver "Dynamite" at a number of others in recent months, including the 2020 iterations of the Billboard Music Awards and the MTV Video Music Awards.

Later this month, the band is set to debut the live performance of their next lead single "Life Goes On" -- which will be featured on their upcoming studio album Be -- at the 2020 American Music Awards on Nov. 22.

Watch BTS accept their best song EMA for ARMY below.

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