ARMY UPSET BTS DIDN’T EARN A SINGLE GRAMMY NOMINATION
Hot on the heels of the Grammy nominee list being announced by the Recording Academy, BTS’ ARMY (the groups fandom) voiced out their disappointment when their favourite septet didn’t earn a single nomination. Even Halsey, the singer who collaborated with them for their single Boy With Luv weighed in on the issue.
“Deleting and ignoring all the negativity. BTS deserved many nominations. I am however, unsurprised that they weren’t acknowledged. The US is so far behind on the whole movement. The time will come.”
Luke Waltham, a proud BTS ARMY tweeted: “I’m gonna say it now: with all the sales, streams and top rating for Map of the Soul: PERSONA, @BTS_twt at least deserved a nomination for Album of the Year. I said what I said. #GRAMMYs.”
Comprising of Jin, J-Hope, Suga, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook, achieved three Billboard number one albums in a single year, beating Beatles’ record. They became a global sensation thanks to their hits like ‘Love Yourself’ and ‘Fake Love’.
TAYLOR SWIFT – WOMAN OF THE DECADE
‘Lover’ singer Taylor Swift will be named Billboard’s first-ever Woman of the Decade due to her vast music accomplishments in the last decade. Some of her impressive achievements include fie NO.1 albums on the Billboard 200, five No.1 singles on the Billboard Hot 100, three worldwide stadium tours and two Billboard Woman of the Year Awards. The big news comes shortly after Swift’s win at the American Music Awards when she took home six AMA trophies in addition to being celebrated as the ‘Artist of the Decade’. Congratulations, Taylor!
STAR WARS RAP
As fans eagerly anticipate the upcoming Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the star who plays Rey, Daisy Ridley showcased her rapping skills, on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon when he tasked her to rap about every single Star Wars movie that cam before Skywalker. In the video that made its rounds on social media, Jimmy Fallon stood behind Ridley with some cue cards while she tried her very best to rap. Check out the video below to see Ridley show off her skills:
FUTURE OF CAPTAIN AMERICA – A FEMALE HERO?
Word has it the identity of the future Captain America will be a female. According to screengeek.net, the opportunity to introduce a female Captain America comes from the Marvel 2099 universe.
It was further noted that Roberta Mendez would become the new Captain America after Migel O’Hara appeared in the new Spider-Man 2099 series. Fans will likely see more of Roberta Mendez’ female Captain America as the Marvel 2099 storylines will be a major part of the core Marvel comic books. No word yet if fans would be seeing a female Captain America on the big screen just yet.
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