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BET 2014 Awards: Best Moments and Full List of Winners

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BET 2014 Awards: Best Moments and Full List of Winners

The BET Awards this year honored artists for their achievement in music, sport, and entertainment this year. The televised event closed the weekend-long BET Experience in Los Angeles, CA (see Erica Vain twitter feed for exclusive pics!). Hosted by Chris Rock, the BET Awards had plenty of winning moments and awkward pauses, but here is your official BET Highlight Reel!

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Missy Elliot and Pharrell Williams perform together

1. Missy Elliot’s surprise performance with Pharrell opening for ‘Come Get It Bae’

Missy Elliot needs to attend every award show! She strolled onto the stage and completely took the spotlight away from Pharrell, who opened the show with his song ‘Come Get It Bae’

 

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He also ordered Chicken and Waffles for everyone

2. Chris Rock’s awkward-but-hilarious commentary

Whenever Chris Rock has the microphone, you know he’s going to be making jokes at someone’s expense. Topics of the night included:

Solange/ Jay Z elevator fight, Dr. Dre selling Beats, Rick Ross’ weight, white people liking Scandal because they get to pretend there’s a white president, Donald Sterling, and Kevin Hart secretly in every movie.

 

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Come at me, Iggy

3. Nicki Minaj’s “No Shade”

Upon winning the Best Female Hip-Hop Artist Award, Nicki Minaj says “My point is, what I want the world to know about Nicki Minaj is, that when you hear Nicki Minaj spit, Nicki Minaj wrote it,” which was a pretty obvious barb to fellow artist Iggy Azalea, who is rumored to use ghostwriters on her album and for her smash hit “Fancy.”

After the audience started cheering, Nicki started posing, but then said “No no no no no no, no shade, no shade.” We know you mean shade, Nicki.

 

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Drunk in Love

4. Jay-Z and Beyonce not actually being there

Jay-Z and Beyonce were rumored to be performing, so of course everyone stuck around till the end to watch. However, the performance turned out to be a video clip from their tour and showed Jay-Z and Beyonce performing Partition. The couple collectively were nominated 10 times this year and won Best Collaboration for their song/music video “Drunk in Love.”

 

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5. Chris Brown Makes a Comeback

Not sure if that is an accurate statement, but time will tell. It is a fact, though, that Chris Brown’s dance moves were amazing when he performed ‘Loyal’ with Lil Wayne.

 

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6. Kevin Hart is now Oliver Pope

Kevin Hart crashed Kerry Washington’s presentation of Video of the Year and announced that he is now “Oliver Pope,” Olivia Pope’s long lost brother from ‘Scandal’.

 

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6. Lionel Richie honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

Lionel Richie received the Lifetime Achievement Award and performed his old classics on Sunday. Pharrell Williams, Ledisi, John Legend, and Yolanda Adams also performed covers of his best hits.

 

And here is the list of Awards and their Recipient/s. 12 Years a Slave was the big winner at the BET 2014 Awards, as was Young Money.

Best Actress: Lupita Nyong’o for 12 Years a Slave

Best Actor: Chiwetel Ejiofor for 12 Years a Slave

Best Movie- 12 years a Slave

Best Male Hip-Hop artist: Drake

Best female hip-Hop Artist: Nicki Minaj

Best Female R&B/Pop Artist:  Beyonce

Best Male R&B/Pop Artist: Pharrell Williams

Video of the Year: Pharrell Williams

Best Group: Young Money

Best collaboration: Beyonce/Jay Z in “Drunk in Love”

Best new Artist: August Alsina

Coca-Cola viewer’s choice award: August Alsina

Best Gospel Artist: Tamela mann

Video Director of Year: Hype Williams

Subway Sportswoman of the year- Serena Williams

Subway Sportsman of the year: Kevin Durant

Centric Award: Jhené Aiko  “The Worst”

Best International Act: Africa: Davido

Best International Act: UK:  Krept and Konan

Youngstars award- Keke Palmer

– Elizabeth Ovieda

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