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BTS ARMY Reacts to Grammys Performance Announcement: 'We Get to See Them Fulfill Their Dreams'

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BTS attend the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Jan. 26, 2020 in Los Angeles. 

The 2021 Grammy Awards announced its lineup of performers, and the BTS ARMY was swift to get #BTSGrammyPerformers trending after seeing their idols on the official bill.

Tweets full of "teamwork makes the dream work" and "BTS paved the way" took over on Sunday (March 7) as fans expressed their excitement over the Grammys news and celebrated the K-pop superstars' success and impact.

"The thing about us and BTS is that we get to see them fulfill their dreams, but they get to put a soundtrack in ours," one fan wrote in reaction the the news of the group's upcoming performance.

"I’m so proud of our Grammy nominated, Grammy performing boys! YOU DID IT !I’M CRYING," said another fan, who posted a throwback interview clip in which the Grammys were the topic of discussion. "What Yoongi wants, Yoongi gets, always. Our boys making history once more."

"I just want them to have all the happiness in the world. Because they've given me so much happiness," read another tweet with the #BTSGrammyPerformers hashtag.

Many messages outlined BTS' history with the Grammys -- from being presenters to nominees and performers -- and made hopeful predictions of what else could be to come for them. "They'll be Grammy winners soon too," a fan said, referring to their current nomination for best pop duo/group performance for "Dynamite."

See a selection of proud ARMY reactions below, and tune in on March 14 to see the show, which will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center and air live at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on CBS. The Grammy Awards will also stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

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