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The BET Awards Show Recap

Last night The BET Awards aired with less technical difficulties than in previous years which was a plus. The overlong awards show featured many special appearances and performances. Below you can check out some of various highlights of the show if you missed it or have yet to watch the telecast. Check it out below! 

Hosted by: Samuel L. Jackson

Appearances/Presenters: Tyler Perry, Taraji P. Henson, Mindless Behavior, Slaughterhouse, Busta Rhymes, Mike Epps, Kevin Hart, Anthony Anderson, Fabolous, Megan Good, Terrance, Rocsi, Mariah Carey, Spike Lee, Brandy, Lauren London

Performances: G.O.O.D Music Family(Mercy), Usher(Climax), Nicki Minaj(Beez In The Trap), 2 Chainz(Beez In The Trap), Maze & Frankie Beverly(Tribute), Melanie Fiona(Wrong Side Of A Love Song), Chante Moore(Donna Summer Tribute), D'Angelo(How Does It Feel), Valerie Simpson(Nick Ashford Tribute), Maybach Music Group(Medley), Tyrese, Joe, and Faith Evans(Maze & Frankie Beverly Tribute), Chaka Khan, Monica, Brandy, Cissy Houston, and Gary Houston(Whitney Houston Tribute)

Winners: Nicki Minaj(Best Female Hip Hop Artist), Chris Brown(Best R&B Artist), Kevin Durant, Serena Williams, Kevin Hart(Best Actor), Beyonce(Best R&B Album), Big Sean(Best New Artist), Jay-Z & Kanye West(Video Of The Year), Wale & Miguel(Best Collaboration), Al Sharpton(Lifetime Achievement), Maze & Frankie Beverly(Lifetime Achievement)

Highlights: Django Movie Preview starring Jamie Foxx and Kerry Washington, Whitney Houston Tribute, Jay-Z interrupting Kanye's acceptance speech, Chris Brown proclaiming Fortune as his "last album", Mike Epps parodying Jodeci, etc.

Tributes/Memorials: Chuck Brown, Donna Summer, Dick Clark, Don Cornelius, Nicholas Ashford, Whitney Houston, Beastie Boys, etc.

I included as many things as I could remember and some of this was during the telecast and off top.
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