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MAMA 2018 Week 3: Unfortunately for Black Pink, the 1st place was taken by its rival.

In the third week of voting, YG Entertainment no longer has any representative leading in 18 categories. This is considered a bitter experience for the iKONIC and Blink fandom as they tried their best to help their idols climb to # 1 in the first two weeks of voting.

Best New Male Artist: Stray Kids – 50,37% votes
Best New Female Artist:(G)I-DLE – 52,71% votes
Best Male Group: BTS – 44,97%

Best Female Group: TWICE – 29,73% votes

Best Male Artist: Zico – 36,37% votes
Best Female Artist: IU – 41,63% votes
Best Dance Performance Solo: Sunmi “Siren” – 38,41% votes
Best Dance Performance Male Group: BTS “Fake Love” – 44,76% votes
Best Dance Performance Female Group: TWICE “What Is Love?” – 31,72%
Best Vocal Performance Solo: Heize “Didn’t Know Me” – 38,73%
Best Vocal Performance Group: MAMAMOO “Starry Night” – 37,84%
Best Band Performance: DAY6 “Shoot me” – 56,36%
Best Hip Hop & Urban Music: Zico “Soulmate” (ft. IU) – 29,54%
Best Unit: Wanna One Triple Position “Kangaroo” – 34,02%
Best Music Video: BTS “IDOL” – 42,96%
Best OST: SEVENTEEN “A-TEEN” – 35,25%

Song of the Year: BTS “Fake Love” – 38,16%
Artis of the Year: BTS – 39,11%

Those who follow the series along with the MAMA 2018 voting round must know that in the second week of voting, the YG artists’ fandom has fallen down the chart. The situation continued to this week and got worse when the # 1 for best dance girl group category was also won by TWICE. This means that, at the present time, all representatives from YG have lost in the polls, giving way to other candidates with larger votes.

Overall, the voting rate in 18 categories in MAMA 2018 continues to fluctuate in the direction of the # 1 and # 2, and # 3. It’s predicted that the results of the coming weeks will still have spectacular overthrown, especially in the categories that the idol group compete with each other.

By the end of the third week, more than 7.6 million votes were validated at the MAMA 2018 voting portal.

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