BET Awards 2020 Live

BET Awards 2020 Live: The BET Awards announced this Award at Sunday’s 20th annual show.The superstar singer and actress will receive the award in recognition of her BeyGOOD initiative, through which she has established several  week that Beyoncé will be honored with their prestigious Humanitarian scholarship and philanthropic foundations.Most recently, in response to  mobile testing initiative, supporting Houston communities of color that have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.

Beyoncé also donated to support organizations on the ground that are working to meet the physical and mental health needs of those most vulnerable.If you were looking for your weekend plans, the search is over because this Sunday the must-see event is the 2020 BET Awards!

The iconic award show returns for its 20th year on June 28, and is packed with talent who are up for awards and slated to perform.

With musicians like Alicia Keys, Chloe X Halle, Megan Thee Stallion, Jennifer Hudson, John Legend, Kane Brown, Usher and many more scheduled to entertain, you won’t want to miss a minute of this star-studded show.

The show—hosted by comedian Amanda Seales of Insecure—is especially important because it was “created to stand at the forefront of Black culture,” BET EVP Connie Orlando explained in a press release. “We have made strides over the past two decades to create a space where Black creativity, culture, and art have the opportunity to get the celebration it deserves in a world where it is systematically muted.”

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Over the past month, the nation has increasingly come together to support Black lives, and you can continue to show support by celebrating the Black creators who are being recognized for their contributions to pop culture.

When is the 2020 BET Awards?

The show will take place this Sunday, June 28 and starts at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT; 7:00 p.m CT.
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Kelsey Klemme
June 27, 2020, 3:00 AM GMT+6
If you were looking for your weekend plans, the search is over because this Sunday the must-see event is the 2020 BET Awards!

The iconic award show returns for its 20th year on June 28, and is packed with talent who are up for awards and slated to perform.

With musicians like Alicia Keys, Chloe X Halle, Megan Thee Stallion, Jennifer Hudson, John Legend, Kane Brown, Usher and many more scheduled to entertain, you won’t want to miss a minute of this star-studded show.

The show—hosted by comedian Amanda Seales of Insecure—is especially important because it was “created to stand at the forefront of Black culture,” BET EVP Connie Orlando explained in a press release. “We have made strides over the past two decades to create a space where Black creativity, culture, and art have the opportunity to get the celebration it deserves in a world where it is systematically muted.”

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Over the past month, the nation has increasingly come together to support Black lives, and you can continue to show support by celebrating the Black creators who are being recognized for their contributions to pop culture.

When is the 2020 BET Awards?

The show will take place this Sunday, June 28 and starts at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT; 7:00 p.m CT.

Where can I watch?

The event will be simulcast live at 8 p.m. ET across ViacomCBS networks including BET, BET HER and will make its national broadcast premiere on CBS at the times above.

The event will be simulcast live at 8 p.m. ET across ViacomCBS networks including BET, BET HER and will make its national broadcast premiere on CBS at the times above.

There will also be tributes to the late basketball legend Kobe Bryant and iconic singer Little Richard, with performances by rapper Lil Wayne and Wayne Brady.
The BET Awards, which honor Black excellence in entertainment and sports, coincide with an ongoing cultural reckoning with racial injustice and police brutality.
“We need something to brighten us up, to uplift us,” BET Award nominee Karen Clark Sheard, member of the legendary gospel group The Clark Sisters, said about the timing of Sunday’s show in an interview with CNN this week.
“It’s certainly an opportunity to have this moment and we thank BET for giving us this opportunity just to appreciate those who have been a blessing to us,” added Clark Sheard.
“It’s time for us to really speak victory into the lives of so many people who have suffered loss and even those that are going through it right now,” her sister, Dorinda Clark-Cole said

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