Chris Brown leads the 2011 BET Awards winners (complete list)

By on Jun 27, 2011 in Entertainment, Hollywood, Movies, Music, United States Comments

Chris Brown led the 2011 BET Awards winners as announced on Sunday, June 26, 2011 with the complete list of winners available below.

Chris Brown at 2011 BET Awards
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As noted at international entertainment news sites, Chris Brown won five 2011 BET Awards which was held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Sunday night.

“I appreciate all the support. I know it’s been a long road, so I appreciate every blessing in front of me.” Chris Brown was quoted as saying, as he went into controversy with ex-girlfriend Rihanna two years ago.

Brown, 22, won the Best Male R&B Artist, FANdemonium Award, Video of the Year and Best Collaboration for “Look at Me Now” featuring Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes.

The 22-year old controversial rapper performed twice on the show, on the same stage where he broke down in tears during the 2010 BET Awards while performing a tribute to Michael Jackson.

Meanwhile, there has been a confusion during the announcement for Coca-Cola Viewers’ Choice Award but show host Kevin Hart announced later that Chris Brown was the real winner.

Meanwhile, Serena Williams, who is now competing in the Wimbledon 2011 Tennis Championship, won the Sportswoman of the Year award.

Below is the complete list of 2011 BET Awards winners, as summarized from

Best Male R&B Artist: Chris Brown

Best Female R&B Artist: Rihanna

Best Male hip-hop Artist: Kanye West

Best Female hip-hop Artist: Nicki Minaj

Best Collaboration: Chris Brown, “Look At Me Now,” feat. Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes

Video Director of the Year: Chris Robinson

Viewers’ Choice: Chris Brown, “Look At Me Now”

Best New Artist: Wiz Khalifa

Best Group: Diddy Dirty Money

Best Young Stars award: (TIE) Jaden Smith and Willow Smith

Best Gospel Artist: Mary Mary

Centric award: Marsha Ambrosius

Best Actress: Taraji P. Henson

Best Actor: Idris Elba

Best Movie: “For Colored Girls”

Sportsman of the Year: Michael Vick

Sportswoman of the Year: Serena Williams

Best International Act, UK: Tinie Tempah

Best International Act, Africa: (TIE) 2Face Idibia and D’Banj

Lifetime Achievement Award: Patty LaBelle

Humanitarian Award: Steve Harvey

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