Young Jeezy “Hard

Alicia Keys Wins At 2010 BET Awards.

Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys

Chris Brown Breaks Down, Alicia Keys Wins At 2010 BET Awards. Chris Brown got to participate in the Michael Jackson tribute at the BET Awards after all. It was, however, a year later than the other stars. After his participation was refused at least year’s awards following the highly-publicized domestic “Disturbia” with Rihanna, Brown took the stage for a tribute to King of the Pop which left him, and audiences, in tears. Just two days after the anniversary of his death, brother Jermaine Jackson introduced Brown as he danced to MJ classics like “The Way You Make Me Feel,” “Remember the Time,” “Billie Jean,” and “Smooth Criminal.” Brown made some of the biggest news of the night after falling to his knees for a reflective, tearful rendition of “Man in the Mirror.” The audience helped him finish the cover with a sing-along. Brown also picked up the Fandemonium Award later in the show. “I just want to say, I let you all down before and I won’t do it again,” he told the audience. Kanye West opened the show with an appropriately powerful performance of his new single, “Power.” Alicia Keys performed a medley of hits including “No One,” “Try Sleeping With a Broken Heart,” and “Un-Thinkable (I’m Ready)” before picking up awards for Best Female R&B Artist and for Best Collaboration with Jay-Z for “Empire State of Mind.”Nicki Minaj picked up two awards for Best Female Hip-Hop Artist and Best New Artist. Beyonce and Lady Gaga took home the award for Video of the Year for “Video Phone,” while Rihanna took home the Viewer’s Choice Award” for her video “Hard” with Young Jeezy. John Legend was given this year’s Humanitarian Award, previously awarded to stars like Wyclef Jean, while Prince was the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award.
BET Awards 2010 Winners:

•Best Female R&B Artist: Alicia Keys
•Best Male R&B Artist: Trey Songz
•Best Gospel: Marvin Sapp
•Best Female Hip Hop Artist: Nicki Minaj
•Best Male Hip Hop Artist: Drake
•Best New Artist: Nicki Minaj
•Best Collaboration: Jay-Z & Alicia Keys “Empire State of Mind”
•Video of the Year: Beyonce featuring Lady Gaga “Video Phone”
•Video Director of the Year: Hype Williams
•Best Actress: Mo’Nique
•Best Actor: Idris Elba
•YoungStars Award: Keke Palmer
•Best Movie: Precious: Based on the Novel ‘Push’ by Sapphire
•Subway Sportwoman of the Year: Serena Williams
•Subway Sportman of the Year: LeBron James
•Centric Award: Monica
•Best International Act: Dizzee Rascal (UK)
•Humanitarian Award: John Legend
•Lifetime Achievement Award: Prince
•Viewers’ Choice Award: Rihanna featuring Young Jeezy “Hard”
•Fandemonium Award: Chris Brown

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