BTS's V whispers to Olivia Rodrigo during the Grammy Awards in 2022, causing a fan meltdown.

Don't pass on the sizzling chemistry between V and Olivia Rodrigo.

The 64th Grammy Awards, where BTS member V shared a fleeting connection with singer Olivia Rodrigo that was captured on camera, are currently being processed by the BTS ARMY, as the Korean boy band BTS' fans are known. One of the most exciting live performances during the Grammys was by BTS, who delivered their popular song Butter. Fans have no mind space for anything other than V (actual name Kim Taehyung) whispering into Olivia Rodrigo's ears before making his way onto the stage. The seven members of BTS each had a unique entrée into the proceedings of the Grammys.


V was spotted in the audience with Olivia before BTS' performance. V gasped as the camera panned to him whispering in her ear. Following that, he pointed at the stage and tossed a card there. There has never been an interaction more Internet-breaking.


A person tweeted, "Crying of jealousy OMG KIM TAEHYUNG," in response to the popular V and Olivia video. Another user then tweeted, "This can't be happening nooooo."


One more admirer said, "I was blushing for her omg."


Let's not act as though none of us had a chance.


BTS members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Park Jimin, V, and Jungkook played their hit song Butter at the Grammys 2022 and received a standing ovation. They were all dressed in black. They had neon-blue lasers and looked like secret agents, and as always, their choreography was flawless.


For Butter, BTS was nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, however, Doja Cat and SZA won the award instead for Kiss Me More. BTS received a second Grammy nomination; their song Dynamite was nominated in the same category last year. This year's winner was Olivia Rodrigo, who took home three Grammys for her work on Driver's License: Best Pop Solo, Best Pop Vocal Album, and Best New Artist.


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