K-Pop band BTS announced that they have donated their memorable pastel ensembles worn in the Grammy-nominated music video “Dynamite” to raise money for Julien's Auctions MusiCares charity relief auction. Scroll down as we reveal how the pop stars’ costumes will help musicians whose lives have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic!
BTS band members Jimin, RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jung Kook, and V generously donated their gorgeous outfits, accessories, and shoes to Julien's auction. All profits will benefit people in the music industry that are suffering in these times of need due to COVID-19.
The hit single “Dynamite” topped at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on its debut. The video was released on August 21st in 2020 and also broke records on YouTube with 101.1 million views in 24 hours. Making it the most popular first-day debut music video premiere in music history.
BTS Army went insane with “Dynamite” because they are the most dedicated fan base with millions of followers across the world. Of course, fans will recognize these lovely outfits, especially at the big finale of the video when the boys dance in an amazing sequence in which each member of the band wore a specific pastel color.
The BTS outfits are among the headliners of an exciting auction packed with music superstars’ personal items like Billie Eilish, Bob Dylan, Coldplay, Eminem, David Lee Roth, Willie Nelson, Cher, and other stars who also donated one of a kind musical memorabilia.