BTS Charlie Puth collab on stage at 2018 MGA: American singer-songwriter Charlie Puth and K-pop sensation BTS shared the stage with two performances at the 2018 MBC Plus X Genie Music Awards on Tuesday.
Held at the Namdong Gymnasium in Incheon, Puth kicked off the performance by singing his 2015 Grammy-nominated hit “See You Again.”
It was followed by a duet between BTS’ youngest member Jungkook and Puth singing the latter’s song “We Don’t Talk Anymore.”
The other members of BTS, then, joined the two on stage as they perform an acoustic piano version of the K-pop boy group’s 2018 hit “Fake Love.”
Aside from appearing as performers, BTS also bagged five awards: best artist of the year, best digital album of the year for “Love Yourself: Answer,” best male dance performance for “IDOL,” Genie music popularity award and best male group.
The group’s producer Bang Si-Hyuk was named producer of the year, while their performance director Son Sung-Deuk was named best choreographer.
Meanwhile, Puth, who is set to hold concerts in Seoul on Nov. 7 and 8, was awarded the best international artist prize.
Other Korean acts recognized in the awards show include Wanna One, TWICE, DAY6, iKON, MOMOLAND, Stray Kids, among others. /muf