Following the talked-about release of her new adidas collaboration, and the inevitable “weekend sold-out” that came shortly after, the Queen of everything that is pure and beautiful, Beyonce, once again ruled Twitter as images of initial seat cards as we count down the days until the 62nd Grammy Awards have surfaced–showing who’s sitting with whom at the upcoming gathering of music icons.
An insider look from CBS Network, the recording academy’s official TV broadcast partner, revealed what’s to come at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, on January 26, showing A-listers from Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Lizzo, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes, in formation. But it was the shot of Korean superstars BTS shown seated behind Queen Bey and Jay-Z, not to mention beside Taylor Swift, that caused the day’s unexpected Twitter celebration.
While the seat arrangements may not be final, just yet, fans have already exploded in collective joy as several members of the global pop group are known to be huge fans of the queen, herself.
Fans, of course, are speculating how members of BTS are going to “decide” who gets to actually sit behind the Queen Bey. And the scenarios are getting more and more vivid, mind you!
This isn’t the first time, though, that the Internet brought about a Beyhive X Army crossover. Remember in 2018 when the hashtag #ARMYHiveStreamingParty and #ARMYHiveProject surfaced in solidarity of both icons’ massive following to celebrate BTS’s “Fake Love” and Beyoncé’s hit “Apes**t”.
As is expected, no finality on the show’s lineup of performances and attendees have been issued and confirmed as of this writing. Recent scandals involving the academy’s key figures have shaken the industry, prompting several performers to back out. This would also be dependent whether or not the hiphop royals will be attending the show or not. But whether the initial seat cards actualize or not, the fans are praying for a BTS x Beyonce interaction–and so are we.
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