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BTS will perform at the MTV Music Awards for the first time ever.
The K-pop band will be featured during the ceremony on 30 August, MTV announced on Tuesday.
Doja Cat will also perform during the event for the first time, while J Balvin will give his second MTV VMAs performance. More performers are expected to be announced at a later date.
BTS have won two MTV Video Music Awards in the past, in the Best Group and Best K-Pop categories. Both wins came in 2019.
This year, the band is up for Best Pop, Best K-pop, and Best Choreography. BTS will perform their upcoming single “Dynamite” during the ceremony.
Doja Cat, meanwhile, is nominated in the PUSH Artist of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Direction categories.
J Balvin is in the running for Best Collaboration, and appears in three different slots for Best Latin.
The MTV VMAs will take place on 30 August from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
An announcement by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo stated in June that the event will have “limited or no audience” and will follow safety guidelines related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Performances are planned in all five of the city’s boroughs “to honour the spirit and resilience of New York”, MTV previously announced.
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