BTS’ Louis Vuitton Grammys Looks Are Up for Auction
BTS is offering fans a piece of their coveted wardrobe to benefit charity.
The hit K-pop group is taking part in the upcoming MusiCares Charity Relief Auction hosted by Julien’s Auctions, benefiting the music industry’s leading charity that provides the music community a support system of health and human services.
The seven-member group — which is comprised of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jung Kook — will be offering up the custom Louis Vuitton suits they wore during their performance of their hit English language song “Dynamite” broadcast during the 2021 Grammy Awards. This marked the group’s first solo performance at the awards show. BTS, which signed as Louis Vuitton ambassadors last April, wore matching custom suits in white, black, yellow and orange. It is estimated the
BTS suits, Katy Perry dress to be sold at charity auction
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The custom suits BTS wore for their Grammy Awards performance earlier this year are among the items that will be sold at a charity auction.
The seven-member K-pop group wore custom Louis Vuitton suits to perform their hit “Dynamite” during March’s Grammys, the first time the megastars had performed at music’s marquee awards ceremony.
A white and gold long sleeve dress worn by Dolly Parton and a silver dress Katy Perry performed in are among the other items that will be sold to benefit the Recording Academy’s MusiCares, which helps provide health and other safety net assistance for those who need it in the music industry.
The sale, hosted by Julien’s Auctions, will be held Jan. 30, 2022, during the runup to the Grammys
Parton wore her dress in 2019 when she was honored by MusiCares. Perry performed “California Gurls” in the silver ensemble in 2010 during a concert spotlighting Grammy nominees.
Other items headed to the auction block include one of Jason Aldean’s cowboy hats, a jacket worn by Lionel Richie during his 2015 Glastonbury performance and guitars signed by Machine Gun Kelly and Metallica’s James Hetfield.
Parasite” actor Cho Yeo-jeong revealed that she bonded with Leonardo DiCaprio over their love for K-pop mega group BTS during the 92nd Academy Awards in February 2020.
A huge fan: Cho, 40, recalled her time speaking with the “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” star at the awards show right before they went on during her appearance on an episode of “Saturday Night Live Korea,” according to News18.
He caught me on a brief moment right before we went up to the stage to be awarded. He congratulated me on the win. I asked him if he knows BTS. He said helikes ‘Blood, Sweat, Tears,’” the actor shared in Korean.
Cho also said that DiCaprio, 46, asked for her phone number during their interaction and that he referred to her as Oscar winner Youn Yeo-jung, who won an Oscar for her role in “Minari.” She went on to correct him and also explained the origin of her name.
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The group is a seven-member boy band that formerd in 2010 and debuted in 2013 under Big Hit Entertainment. The members are RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook.
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