Korean boy band BTS brought their A-game to the Grammys with their James Bond-inspired “Butter” performance on Sunday night. The group earned their second Grammy nomination with the song for best pop duo/group performance, after their first for “Dynamite” in the same category last year.
But the real prize of the night might have been a selfie with the septet, judging by the A-list talent that lined up to take pictures with the superstar group. Below, find all the photos and selfies with BTS from Sunday night.
Lady Gaga took home her 13th Grammy last night, for best traditional pop vocal album, sharing the honor with Tony Bennett, for their Love for Sale album. She’s pictured with BTS member V.
Chrissy Teigen, John Legend & daughter Luna
Introduced by Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy, John Legend performed his song “Free” with three Ukrainian artists: Siuzanna Iglidan, Mika Newton and poet Lyuba Yakimchuk. With his wife Chrissy Teigen and daughter Luna, Legend took a snapshot with the boy band.
Jon Batiste took home the biggest award of the night, album of the year, for his album We Are. Tea Drunk composer and Stephen Colbert bandleader also performed his song “Freedom,” which was nominated for record of the year. Here is a picture of him and BTS member V.
Japanese Breakfast’s Michelle Zauner
Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast, who was born in Seoul, shared photos with BTS on her socials, showing off her Korean pride. Is a BTS and Japanese Breakfast collab in order?
—Japanese Breakfast (@Jbrekkie) April 4, 2022
Fans were gasping at the chemistry between V and Olivia Rodrigo, who won three awards last night including best new artist. What did V whisper in Olivia’s ear during the “Butter” performance?
Megan Thee Stallion
After a surprise collab on a “Butter” remix last year, Meg reunited with the boys at the Grammys.
J Balvin & Scooter Braun
“This is two of the world’s biggest music stars who owned the Grammy stage last night,” manager Scooter Braun wrote of BTS and J Balvin, who are all part of the Hybe family. “10 years ago would we have said that about a group from Korea and a kid named Jose from Colombia?”