Last night, thousands tuned in to watch the 2015 BET Awards. Hosted by Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson, the 15th annual award show featured stellar performances by some of your favorite artists.
Janet Jackson received the first ever Ultimate Icon: Music Dance Visual Award. Prior to accepting her award, the pop icon was honored with an amazing “Rhythm Nation” dance performance by Ciara, Tinashe, and Jason Derulo.
Kendrick Lamar came through with a powerful performance of his stand-out To Pimp a Butterfly track “Alright.”
Janelle Monae and Jidenna shut it down with “Yoga” and “Classic Man.”
Tyga, Chris Brown, and Omarion teamed up on stage for “Ayo,” “Liquor,” and “‘Post To Be.”
Alicia Keys joined The Weeknd for a beautiful rendition of “Earned It” after performing “The Hills.”
One of the most memorable performances of the evening was the Bad Boy reunion. Diddy brought out 112, Ma$e, French Montana, Lil Kim, The LOX, Faith Evans, and Pharrell.
Around the 5:15 mark, Diddy slipped and fell into a hole. Whoops. He also premiered a new track with Pharrell towards the end of the set. Did you catch that random Chris Brown cameo?
Hot couple Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj joined hands on stage for their “All Eyes on You” and “Monster” performances.
Smokey Robinson tribute by Ne-Yo, Robin Thicke and Tori Kelly.
Big Sean performed “Blessings,” “One Man Can Change The World, & “IDFWU” with E-40.
Tamar Braxton made amends with K. Michelle on stage during their performance with Patti LaBelle.
Which was your favorite performance of the evening?
VIDEO SOURCE: BET
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