Expected, this year's MTV Video Music Awards nominations aren't surprising at all.
Billie Eilish, Lil Nas X, 21 Savage and the Jonas Brothers are among the artists up for the coveted Video of the Year award.
Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift lead the pack with a STAGGERING 10 nominations each.
But BTS - one of the most popular bands right now - are way behind, featuring in only four categories.
Boy With Luv, their duet with Halsey, is nominated for Best Collaboration and they're also in the newly created Best K-pop category.
The other two nominations come in technical categories (art direction and choreography).
MTV hasn't commented on claims by some BTS fans that the band have been purposely excluded from many of the main categories.
"I think they have been snubbed," agrees Lucy Ford, an entertainment reporter with the Bauer media group - and a BTS fan.
"I think we still have a really narrow view on what constitutes a mainstream artist, which is dictated by chart success and radio play.
"What's more mainstream nowadays is what people watch on the internet. If we measure that, BTS are arguably more successful than most of the artists nominated for a VMA."
The release of BTS' Boy With Luv video broke several world records.