BTS puts Dynamite costumes up for auction and the reason will win Army’s heart | Bollywood Life

BTS puts Dynamite costumes up for auction and the reason will win Army's heart | Bollywood Life

If you loved the pastel-coloured outfits which BTS members wore in Dynamite, this piece of information will surely be your interest. You can have what they were wearing in the song as it will be up for auction. According to Billboard, BTS has donated them to MusiCares, which is auctioning them off to help music professionals in need. Also Read – OMG! BTS singer Jimin watches Bollywood movies and names his favourite one starring a KHAN — any guesses?

MusiCares and Julien’s Auctions are hosting a live auction on Jan. 31 at 1:00 p.m. PT. According to Billboard, early bidding has begun and is active online. Also Read – BTS: Shawn Mendes, Dolly Parton, Ansel Elgort and other artists who want to work with the K-pop band

The sundress Miley Cyrus wore as Hannah Montana, Britney Spears’ childhood ballerina leotard, two custom fedoras worn by Michael Jackson and a beaded dress Madonna wrote in her Golden Globe-winning role in Evita are some of the other items that are up for auction. Also Read – BTS: From Soundcloud to Bang Bang Con — 6 factors that made the band a worldwide phenomenon

There are also guitars signed by Taylor Swift, Shawn Mendes, Kenny Chesney, Foo Fighters, Rascal Flatts, Joe Walsh, Bob Weir, Nikki Sixx, Black Pumas, Meredith Brooks and Lillix. That’s not all. There’s a Mitchell guitar signed by many country musicians and an illustrated Fender guitar signed by both Thomas Rhett and his dad, Rhett Akins, who was a country star in the 1990s. A painting of Coldplay’s Chris Martin by fellow British singer Billy Morrison, signed by both artists is also one of the items.

Coming back to BTS, its band member Jimin spoke to VLive about his love for dancing. He said, “I’ve liked dancing since I was in grade eight. I even attended a dancing center after school, I tried to practice even when I didn’t have much time. I also felt very nervous on days I had performances.”

In a past interview with Rolling Stone India, Jimin spoke about how the COVID-19 pandemic upended the group’s plans for 2020. “The pandemic unexpectedly put a lot of our original plans to a halt. However it provided us an opportunity to step back and focus on ourselves as well as our music,” said Jimin. “We reflected the emotions that we felt during this unprecedented period into this album. We were also able to take a step further by taking roles in overall production, such as concept development, composition and visual design.”

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