BTS triumphs with five wins at 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards despite members’ military service

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In a remarkable display of global fan loyalty and industry recognition, K-pop sensation BTS has once again dominated the prestigious iHeartRadio Music Awards, clinching an impressive five awards despite all its members currently fulfilling their mandatory military service in South Korea.

The group’s legion of devoted fans, known as the BTS Army, propelled them to victory in the coveted Best Fan Army category for the seventh consecutive year. This award is a testament to the unwavering support and passion of their fanbase, which spans across continents and cultures.

Individual members of BTS were also honored for their outstanding contributions to music and entertainment. J-Hope received the Favorite On Screen award for his documentary “J-Hope in the Box,” which provides a behind-the-scenes look at the making of his solo album, “Jack in the Box.” Competing against industry heavyweights like Beyoncé and Taylor Swift, J-Hope’s win highlights his growing influence and artistry beyond the realm of music.

V, with his solo debut album “Layover,” was recognized with the Favorite Debut Album prize, showcasing his talent and creativity as a solo artist. Meanwhile, Jungkook’s achievements were celebrated with two awards: K-pop Artist of the Year and Best Music Video for “Seven (feat. Latto).” Despite narrowly missing out on the K-pop Song of the Year award, Jungkook’s success underscores his versatility and popularity among music enthusiasts worldwide.

Despite their individual successes, BTS remains committed to their military duties in South Korea. However, fans can look forward to the group’s highly anticipated reunion in 2025, where they are expected to continue their musical journey and inspire audiences around the globe.

(Source: Allkpop | Hindustan Times)

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