There Will Be No BTS And Megan Thee Stallion Performance At The American Music Awards In 2021

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Previously, BTS and Megan Thee Stallion were scheduled to perform at the American Music Awards (AMAs) 2021, but the rapper has not confirmed that she will be attending the awards ceremony.

Fans of Megan Thee Stallion and BTS will be saddened to know that the rapper will not be attending this year’s American Music Awards. Megan, along with BTS, was scheduled to perform the Butter remix at the awards show.

On Twitter, Megan Thee Stallion explained that an ‘unexpected personal emergency’ forced her to cancel. “Hotties I was so excited to go to the AMAs and perform with BTS, but due to an unexpected personal matter, I can no longer attend. I’m so sad! I really can’t wait to hit the stage with my guys and perform BTS’ Butter real soon!” she tweeted.

A special remix of BTS’s “Butter” released in August featured Megan Thee Stallion, who was initially supposed to perform the song with BTS at the award ceremony on November 21.

Fans sent her love and hoped to see her perform with BTS again soon despite their disappointment. “Take care Megan.. we’ll wait for the performance when it happens,” a fan told Megan on Twitter. “Oh my god, no!!! I’m so sorry Megan, we hope whatever is going on in your life gets sorted out as soon as possible, and that someday we’ll have a performance with you and @BTS_twt. Take care!!!” added another. “Don’t worry queen Megan. Firstly it’s you. I hope everything will be fixed soon. We will be looking forward to that tremendous presentation. Take care!” a third fan tweeted.

At the AMAs 2021, BTS will perform two songs. While we have yet to learn which version of Butter they will perform, they will also perform their song My Universe with Coldplay. In addition to getting nominated for Best Pop Duo or Group and Favorite Social Artist, BTS was also nominated for Artist of the Year.

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