BTS recently set the stage on fire with their Dynamite performance at the Billboard Music Awards! Yes, the South Korean boy band rocked the award show with their performance with their latest dropped pop album, Dynamite.

The band members, J-Hope, Suga, Jungkook, Jin, Jimin, V, and RM, threw a spectacular dance performance from South Korea's capital, Seoul. The boys donned 70s inspired red outfits with colorful graphics in the background.

The choreography of the entire performance was fun to watch as they displayed poppy light, which led their dance to another level. The Billboard Music Award had nominated BTS for the Top Duo/Group category while before they stepped on the stage, they already garnered the Top Social Artist honor that they have been winning since 2017.

The band turned out to be the only K-pop musical band who won Billboard Music Awards' Top Duo/Group honor in history. There were other celebrities at the award event that included En Vogue, Sia, Demi Lovato, Post Malone, Bad Bunny, Luke Combs, and Alicia Keys. At the same time, the first American Idol winner fame, Kelly Clarkson, hosted the show.

The event was broadcasted from Dolby Theatre, located in Los Angeles. It was the third time that the 38-year-old singer and songwriter hosted the show. Dynamite marked BTS' first single recorded in English and turned out to be number one on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart.

The 27-year-old Korean rapper and one of the most popular band members recently shared a video message to thank the BTS Army for their love and support. Suga further said that it was the band's goal to be on Billboard Hot 100 chart, and fans made it come true.

V was also featured in the video message, and he agreed with Suga mentioning that it is unbelievable that they made it to their dream, and it feels amazing. He also thanked the BTS Army for supporting them to reach the top of the chart.

J-Hope went completely speechless and thanked Billboard for making this possible and shared the honor with the fans. When the song first dropped, the band boys opened up about their situation amid the coronavirus pandemic and said that this had been a "rough year."

"There were many surprises [and] changes we felt like... we needed a break from that, so we focused on what we can do the best, and that was music and performance," RM said.