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EXO’s Lay Zhang Makes Fans Proud With His Debut On The Grammys’ Red Carpet

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It was indeed a proud moment for fans of Lay Zhang to see him get a step closer to his Grammys stage dream!

Dashing in Valentino and shining in Chaumet jewelry, EXO’s Lay Zhang impressed with his debut at the red carpet of the 61st Grammy Awards held on February 10 ET at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

The singer-songwriter attended the award ceremony as FM Donggan 101’s ambassador and the sole official Chinese organization invitee.

See Also: EXO’s Lay Talks About Grammy Awards, New Album, And Goals For 2019

Fans, who were as excited as Lay, commemorated the momentous event on Twitter with cheers and messages of support.

They expressed how proud they were of him for representing Chinese artists in the prestigious award show, bringing C-Pop to the consciousness of the world, and sharing his love for music with the rest of the world.

They also noted the look of happiness on Lay’s face as he walked the red carpet, posed for photos, and graciously accepted interviews from major US media like Billboard.

On Grammys, Dream Stage, And Collaborations

In an interview with Billboard, Lay Zhang relayed his excitement to be at the Grammys and his hope to perform on its stage in the future. According to him, despite speaking different languages, people can communicate with each other through music.

The EXO member also talked about his desire to collaborate with more artists, including Khalid.

Earlier this year, he collaborated with Steve Aoki and A$AP Ferg on stage during a promotional event for a smartphone which Lay endorses. He called the collaboration a “dream”.

Read: Steve Aoki Says EXO’s Lay Got The Potential To Make It Big In The US 

Meanwhile, the singer-songwriter will continue his unstoppable run towards his dream as he is set for a busy 2019.

Lay Zhang is currently the host and Nation’s Producer of the survival reality show Idol Producer 2. He has also laid out his plan to release another album this year. 

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