Check out the full winners list and our favourite performances.
Beyoncé was the big winner at Sunday’s BET Awards, taking home three awards, including Best Female R&B/Pop Artist.
The singer also picked up the Best Collaboration award for Drunk In Love ft hubby Jay Z, and the 2014 FANdemonium award, voted on by viewers.
Pharrell Williams followed closely behind, picking up two. He won Best Male/R&B Pop Artist and Video of the Year for Happy.
The UK’s very own Krept & Konan won the Best International Act: UK, beating Dizzee Rascal, Tinie Tempah and more.
The BET Awards took place in LA over the weekend and was full of big performances from the world of Hip Hop and R&B.
Artists including Usher, Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj, Robin Thicke and more hit the stage to entertain the audience, and the ceremony was hosted by comedian Chris Rock. See some of favourite performances below.
Usher killed it with a medley of some of his biggest hits including Nice & Slow, Confessions, Caught Up, You Remind Me, You Don’t Have To Call and of course his latest single, Good Kisser
Chris Brown gave an energetic performance of Loyal alongside Tyga and drummer Travis Barker,
Nicki Minaj selected to perform Charaq before switching it up to her current single Pills N’ Potions.
Pharrell brought out Missy Elliott for his performance of Come Get It Bae
Jay-Z and Beyonce closed the show with a surprise pre-recorded performance of Partition, which we’re guessing was shot during their On The Run Tour.
Best Female R&B/Pop Artist – Beyoncé
Best Male R&B/Pop Artist – Pharrell Williams
Best Collaboration – Beyoncé f/ JAY Z – “Drunk In Love”
Best Movie – 12 Years a Slave
Best Actress – Lupita Nyong’o
Best Actor – Chiwetel Ejiofor
Video of the Year – Pharrell Williams – “Happy”
Best Male Hip Hop Artist – Drake
Best Female Hip Hop Artist – Nicki Minaj
Best Group – Young Money
Subway Sportsman of the Year – Kevin Durant
Subway Sportswoman of the Year – Serena Williams
Best Gospel Artist – Tamela Mann
Best New Artist – August Alsina
YoungStars Award – KeKe Palmer
Centric Award – Jhené Aiko – “The Worst”
Best International Act: UK - Krept & Konan
Video Director of the Year – Hype Williams
Best International Act: Africa – Davido (Nigeria)