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2011 BET Awards: Chris Brown Leads Full Winner List With Five Kudos

June 27, 2011 (5:07 am) GMT
After bagging two prizes at the beginning of the event, Breezy adds three more coveted awards including Video of the Year near the end of the show.

June 26 becomes 's big night at the 2011 BET Awards. The R&B singer has swept a total of five kudos out of six nominations he received. Beside Best Male R&B Artist and Best Collaboration he won early at the ceremony, he also grabbed FANdemonium Award, Viewers' Choice and Video of the Year.

In winning the Viewers' Choice, Breezy didn't go to the stage to accept the prize. Instead, it's who collected the trophy from the hosts because there's some mix-up when the winner was announced. Presenter Tiffany Green first said the award goes to Breezy, but later corrected that it should be given to .

Before the lights at the Shrine Auditorium were dimmed and the audience were sent home, host made another correction that the true winner of the Viewers' Choice is indeed Breezy. He won for his "Look at Me Now" single which features and .

The other winners at the awards show include (Best Female R&B Artist) and Chris Robinson (Video Director of the Year). Beside honoring musicians and those working in music, BET also recognizes best in movie and sports. and won Best Actress and Actor respectively. and were honored with Sportswoman and Sportsman of the Year respectively.


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