Di show wey go happun for Microsoft Theatre inside Downtown Los Angeles, go be di first major live, in-person awards show since di pandemic begin worry. Dem go film am live with physical audience members and American actress, Taraji P. Henson na im go host di event. Many artistes like Migos, DJ Khaled, Jasmine Sullivan, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, Tyler the Creator and Kirk Franklin. H.E.R. and DaBaby dey among odas wey go perform.
Megan Thee Stallion and Drake each have two of the eight nominees for the viewer’s choice award. Megan is nominated for “WAP” and the “Savage (Remix),” featuring Beyoncé. Drake is nominated for “Laugh Now Cry Later” (featuring Lil Durk) and as a featured artist on DJ Khaled’s “Popstar.” Voting for the viewer’s choice award begins on June 7. Orlando is one of two executive producers of the show, along with Jesse Collins, CEO of Jesse Collins Entertainment. Collins had a historic year as a producer, having served as one of the producers of the Super Bowl halftime show, the Grammy Awards and the Oscars Pipo fit watch live stream of di awards for dia house through dia cable subscription or dem fit also enta Youtube to watch am live.Burna Boy win di Best International Act category for di 2019 and 2020 BET Awards. While Wizkid win am for 2012, wen di category get two divisions for Africa and UK. Connie Orlando, BET Executive Vice President of Specials, Music Programming & Music Strategy tok for one statement say dem dey look forward to celebrate black women during dis year show. “Di BET Awards na di ultimate celebration of Black culture, and we dey look forward to spotlighting and celebrating Black women during dis year show “Recognizing dem for everything wey dem don accomplish and applaud dem for what to come.
The show will also include a star-studded lineup of presenters such as Issa Rae, Naomi Campbell, Regina Hall, “Pose” star Mj Rodriguez and others Ruth Etiesit Samuel is an intern in the Entertainment and Arts department at the Los Angeles Times. She has previously interned at Radiolab and the “Today” show and has bylines in Teen Vogue, Allure, Glossy, Gothamist and more. Born in London and raised in the U.S. by her Nigerian parents, she calls Macon, Ga., home and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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