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Full list of BET AWARDS 2020 winners

Tonight on Sunday, June 28, BET made its national broadcast premiere on CBS, honoring an incredible and inspiring lineup of artists, entertainers, cultural icons and humanitarians across more than 20 categories at The “BET AWARDS” 2020 [see full press release here]. 

The show, hosted by actress and comedian Amanda Seales, aired live at 8pm ET/7pm CT across Viacom CBS networks including BET, BET HER.

2020 marks both the 20th anniversary of the awards and BET’s 40th anniversary. This year’s show highlighted the absolute best in entertainment, social justice and culture, with moving performances and appearances by some of the biggest names across television, film, and music; spreading an important message of hope and change.

The “BET AWARDS,” which has become synonymous with powerful artistry and social commentary, continues to spotlight and celebrate the artists and creators of tomorrow, making the ceremony one of the most news-provoking and talked-about broadcasts year after year.

This year’s awards used an array of innovative techniques, including stunning and dynamic artist-generated performances and packages, allowing the audience to immerse themselves in the important and inspirational messages of Black Lives Matter and the urgent need for racial equality.

The ceremony was an extraordinary celebration of black culture, love, joy, and pride, setting a new bar for awards shows produced during the ongoing pandemic.

See the full list of BET Awards 2020 winners below: 

Video of the Year:
DJ Khaled featuring Nipsey Hussle and John Legend, 'Higher'

Best Female R&B/Pop Artist:

Best Male R&B/Pop Artist:
Chris Brown

Best Female Hip-Hop Artist:
Megan Thee Stallion

Best Male Hip-Hop Artist:

Best New Artist:
Roddy Ricch

Best Group:

Best Collaboration:
Chris Brown featuring Drake, 'No Guidance'

Album of the Year:
Roddy Ricch, 'Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial'

Humanitarian Award:

Dr. Bobby Jones Best Gospel/Inspirational Award:
Kirk Franklin, 'Just for Me'

Best Actress:
Issa Rae

Best Actor:
Michael B. Jordan

Best Movie:
'Queen & Slim'

Youngstars Award:
Marsai Martin

Sportswoman of the Year:
Simone Biles

Sportsman of the Year:
LeBron James

BET HER Award:
Beyoncé featuring Blue Ivy Carter, Wizkid and Saint JHN, 'Brown Skin Girl'

Video Director of the Year:
Teyana Taylor

Best International Act:
Burna Boy (Nigeria)

Viewer’s Choice:
Best New International Act: Sha Sha (Zimbabwe)

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