BET Awards

The “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” rapper said kissing a man onstage in front of a huge crowd was like “jumping in a lake full of sharks and piranhas."
The 24-year-old's stylist, Law Roach, put her in an iteration of the purple and lime green Versace gown that Bey wore at the 2003 BET Awards.
The singer made out with a male backup dancer at the end of his performance of “Montero (Call Me by Your Name)." Some people had feelings about it.
Queen Latifah, Megan Thee Stallion, Jazmine Sullivan and other Black women got well-deserved recognition at the annual awards show.
The Grammy-winning artist put on for Pride Month with his "Montero (Call Me By Your Name) performance.
The "Up" rapper is expecting her second child with her husband, Offset.
Megan Thee Stallion nabbed a few awards, and Jazmine Sullivan took home the trophy for Album of the Year.
Issa Rae, Megan Thee Stallion, DaBaby and others were dazzling at the awards show.
The show honors Black achievement in entertainment, music, sports and more, and will be hosted by “Empire” star Taraji P. Henson.
And it set a standard for virtual award shows to come.
"This is Black entertainment/this is Black power status," the rapper sang in a viral shoutout to the late NBA great.
The “Lemonade” artist was honored for her work with her nonprofit organization, BeyGOOD.
The ceremony took place virtually instead of at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, where it was held last year.
Celebrities took some style gambles and won in Las Vegas.
"To travel back and to relive something again and not have it drive you crazy is a true gift from God,” the 2019 BET Lifetime Achievement honoree said.
From Offset's impressive choreo to Lizzo's flute/twerk combo, the BET Awards had it all.
"Own your own way," the filmmaker and showbiz mogul said in accepting the Ultimate Icon Award.
The rapper's family and peers paid tribute to him during the awards ceremony.
"We didn’t know how much we needed you," Rihanna told the Queen of Hip-Hop and R&B.