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Joining her man at the star-studded spectacle, Kim Kardashian dazzled in a backless white frock as she attended the 2012 BET Awards in Los Angeles, CA on Sunday (July 1).
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Making for a heart-touching moment at the star-studded spectacle, Mariah Carey made a surprise appearance to pay tribute to the late Whitney Houston at the 2012 BET Awards in Los Angeles, CA on Sunday (July 1).
With another year's edition having come and gone, the 2012 BET Awards were held in Los Angeles, CA on Sunday night (July 1).
Adding some crowd-pleading entertainment to the 2012 BET Awards on Sunday night (July 1), Nicki Minaj was on hand as one of the night’s many performers.
Taking to the Shrine auditorium stage, the wild and eclectic songstress treated audiences to her single “Champion” while then bringing out 2 Chainz for a rendition of her hit tune “Beez in the Trap.”
Giving the eager crowd something to cheer about, Chris Brown took the stage at this year’s 2012 BET Awards on Sunday night (July 1).
Never one to disappoint, the 23-year-old showed off his sweet moves for the Shrine auditorium crowd during renditions of “Don’t Wake Me Up” and “Turn Up the Music."
She always looks picture perfect, and tonight was no different as Beyonce Knowles brightened up the 2012 BET Awards in Los Angeles, CA on Sunday (July 1).
The "Run The World (Girls)" singer glammed up the Shrine Auditorium venue in a yellow Stephane Rolland dress while joining her rap mogul hubby Jay-Z at the annual showcase.
Adding some excitement to this year’s 2012 BET Awards on Sunday (July 1), Usher was one of many performers who took the stage for a little crowd-pleasing entertainment.
The R&B sensation danced about the Shrine auditorium platform as he treated the crowd of peers and fans to his hit single "Climax".
Taking the stage for a powerful performance, G.O.O.D. Music livened up the 2012 BET Awards in Los Angeles, CA on Sunday (July 1).
The group consisting of Kanye West, Pusha T, 2 Chainz and Big Sean brought their energy to the Shrine Auditorium venue while treating viewers to renditions of “Mercy” and “Too Cold."