And it's all thanks to votes from their fans!
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14 Aug 2017 - 12:38 PM  UPDATED 14 Aug 2017 - 12:38 PM

BTS have picked up a number of international awards this year, and now they have another one to stick in their expanding trophy cabinet. 

Just a few moments ago (August 14), the boys won the fan-voted Choice International Award at the Teen Choice Awards in Los Angeles.

The coveted prize was presented by singer-actress Bella Thorne, but unfortunately BTS weren't present to accept the award in person. 

The "Fire" hitmakers beat out some tough competition to snag the trophy, including EXO, SEVENTEEN, Monsta X, and Mexico's CD9.

They're the second K-pop group to win the Choice International Award after Super Junior, who won it back in 2015.

Congratulations! 


 

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