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BET Awards 2014: Beyonce Dominates Full Winners List

June 30, 2014 (5:04 am) GMT
The singer leads the pack with three nods including Best Female R&B/Pop Artist, Best Collaboration for her collaboration with Jay-Z 'Drunk in Love' and the FANdemonium award.

The complete winners list of the 2014 BET Awards, which was held on Sunday night, June 29 at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live, has been revealed. led the pack with three nods including Best Female R&B/Pop Artist, Best Collaboration (for her collaboration with "Drunk in Love") and the FANdemonium award.

Behind the "Partition" diva were and who bagged two awards each. The Grammy-winning producer grabbed Best Male R&B/Pop Artist and Video of the Year for the visuals of his "Happy". Alsina picked up the prize for Best New Artist as well as the Coca-Cola Viewers' Choice Award for his song "I Luv This S**t".

also had a big night as she was named Best Female Hip-Hop Artist for the fifth consecutive year. Along with other artists, the "Pills N Potions" raptress also nabbed the Best Group award.

The Best Male Hip-Hop Artist award, meanwhile, went to Minaj's Young Money labelmate . The Canadian MC, however, wasn't present to accept the trophy.

Other notable winners at the Sunday ceremony included (Best Actress), (Best Actor), "" (Best Movie), (Subway Sportswoman of the Year) and (Subway Sportsman of the Year).



2014 BET Awards: Arrivals | Performances | Press Room


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