The 2015 BET Awards are officially in the history books, with another year of unforgettable performances, surprise appearances (Hi, Patti LaBelle) and enough material to keep the folks on social media talking. Of course, the fun doesn't end at the close of the show. We're still talking about five standout moments from Sunday's show that deserve a second look.
Get into the recap below.
A REUNION TO END ALL REUNIONS
Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs rounded up the Bad Boy Family for a salute to their 20-year anniversary of making chart-topping hits. Mase, Lil Kim, Faith Evans, 112, Jadakiss, French Montana and more took the stage for a hip-hop medley that had the whole house rocking. Can't stop, won't stop.
HONORING THE ULTIMATE ICON
Janet Damita Jo Jackson is back. With the promise of new music and a world tour in the making, it was only right to welcome the icon back with a tribute fit for a music queen. Ciara, Tinashe and Jason Derulo danced their hearts out to Jackson's biggest hits including "Pleasure Principle," "All For You," "If" and "Rhythm Nation."
THE HOSTS WITH THE MOST
"Black-ish" stars Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson kept the show moving with several comedic bits that poked fun at Fox's hit drama "Empire" and rapper T-Murda's flawless flow. And that opening? Talk about commitment.
SMOKEY'S STILL GOT IT
The new stars of today are cool, but Smokey Robinson reminded everyone what a living legend looks like. After receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award, Robinson hit the stage to perform a mini set of his biggest hits, including "Cruisin'," and was joined by tribute performers Tori Kelly, Robin Thicke and Ne-Yo.
Rihanna is on a hunt for her money and isn't playing any games. After taping Floyd Mayweather's mouth shut, tying up Boris Kodjoe and Nicole Ari Parker and throwing a wad of cash at BET President of Programming Stephen Hill (it was staged, people), the international singer teased fans with a clip of her latest video for "Bitch Better Have My Money." Don't mess with Robyn Fenty.
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