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BET Awards 2010

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2010 BET Awards
Date June 27, 2010
Location Shrine Auditorium
Hosted by Queen Latifah
Television/radio coverage
Network BET

The 2010 BET Awards took place at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on June 27, 2010, honoring African-Americans and other minorities in music, acting, sports and other fields in the past year. Queen Latifah hosted the event for the first time.

Nominees and winners

Winners are highlighted in boldface

Video of the Year Video Director of the Year
Best Female R&B Artist Best Male R&B Artist
Best Female Hip-Hop Artist Best Male Hip-Hop Artist
Best Collaboration Best New Artist
Best Group Coca-Cola Viewers' Choice
YoungStars Award Centric Award
Best Actress Best Actor
Best Movie Best Gospel Artist
Subway Sportswoman of the Year Subway Sportsman of the Year
Best International Act

Chris Brown's Michael Jackson tribute

During the Awards, a tribute to Michael Jackson was performed by Chris Brown. After a speech from the singer's brother, Jermaine, the tribute began with Brown dancing Jackson's signature dances behind a lighted sheet. He then sung a piece of "The Way You Make Me Feel" and performed the Egyptian dance sequence of the "Remember the Time" music video. Brown later danced Jackson's moves to "Billie Jean", including his famous moonwalk.[1]

Finally, Brown was to sing "Man in the Mirror", but during the performance, he began to break down in tears to the point where he could not sing the rest of the song; the audience then helped Brown with the song and Brown was seen with Jermaine on his shoulders walking with him off the stage.

Later he returned to the stage when he won the AOL "fandemonium award" and hold a little speech: "I let you all down before, but I won't do it again. I promise you," he said.[2]

References

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