Sunday, July 1st 2012
As fans know, no two singers have paid more homage to the late great Whitney Houston than ‘The Boy Is Mine’ co-stars Brandy & Monica. So, it would only be fitting that they would take to tonight’s stage to tribute their idol in what many will say came as the highlight of the 2012 BET Awards.
Kicking off with Monica’s soul-stirring rendition of ‘I Love the Lord’ followed by Brandy’s electric ‘I’m Your Baby Tonight’/‘I Wanna Dance With Somebody’ medley, the two divas blazed the stage like never before in Houston’s honor.
With excitement still at a high from the showing(s), Mo took to Twitter to share a snap of the two backstage. As ever, we at That Grape Juice salute Whitney and Monica/Brandy for being the reminders that there are still vocalists left who nurture their crafts without the assistance of studio magic! See their performances here.
Sunday, July 1st 2012
The BET Awards 2012 are currently underway at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. As ever, That Grape Juice will be providing you with performances as they occur!
Check out performances from Chris Brown, Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, Usher and more below. Keep refreshing, as we’ll be updating minute-by-minute:
Sunday, July 1st 2012
The stars shine for Urban music’s biggest calendar night – the 2012 BET Awards! Hosted by Samuel L. Jackson, the show airs live tonight from Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium! As some of the industry’s biggest stars arrive to the scene, see and sound off on the fashion hits and misses below…
Friday, December 2nd 2011
With a starring role in Tyler Perry’s forthcoming ‘The Marriage Counselor’ and a well as a highly anticipated album, it’s safe to say Brandy is not playing. But, as her 2012 is looked busier than ever, news had long made rounds on many-an-outlet that the ‘Full Moon’ beauty would be filling out BET’s hit sitcom ‘The Game’. That capacity, previously reported as just a guest starring role however, has now been confirmed to be a starring role throughout the season.
Officially joining the cast of the series, the ‘Sitting Up In My Room’ singer will be one of many new faces made room for on season 5 of the highly rated series including reported guest stars on the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta‘s’ Nene Leakes, Rockmond Dunbar, Loretta Devine, and more:
Monday, November 28th 2011
The 2011 Soul Train Awards concluded moments ago and, as ever, That Grape Juice is providing you with the night’s performances. The Cedric The Entertainer-hosted extravaganza, held at Atlanta’s Fox Theater, boasted performances from R&B frontrunners Lloyd, Miguel, Mindless Behavior, Melanie Fiona, Tamar Braxton, and more.
Airing November 27th on BET and Centric, see them all after the jump:
Catch the performances after the jump:
Sunday, November 6th 2011
After the success of its inaugural showing with soulstresses Kelly Price, Fantasia, Marsha Ambrosius,and more, BET readied round 2 of ‘Black Girls Rock’ – a showcase (of) and ode to today’s brightest African American women in various disciplines. And with a bevy of big names joining this year’s line-up (including Mary J. Blige, Jill Scott, and Erykah Badu), the star-studded affair may have even outdone its predecessor.
Though the Tracee Ellis Ross/Regina King – hosted event took place at Paradise Theater in NYC on October 15th, it aired tonight on BET. See performances below:
Friday, October 21st 2011
With awards season soon to be in full swing, the 2011 Soul Train Awards is on its way and the latest to unveil their list of nominations. While performers expect to be confirmed in coming weeks, the Cedric the Entertainer-hosted ceremony is set to be held at Atlanta’s FoxTheater on November 17, 2011 but broadcast on Centric and parent channel BET on November 27.
And, with Chris Brown leading the pack with 5 nominations, Beyonce with 4 (…), and Kelly Rowland, Adele, and Marsha Ambrosius landing 3 nods each, the show is already shaping up to be a must see!
Get familiar with the full list of nominations below…
Monday, October 17th 2011
After the success of its inaugural showing with soulstresses Kelly Price, Fantasia, Marsha Ambrosius,and more, BET is ready for round 2 of ‘Black Girls Rock’ – a showcase (of) and ode to today’s brightest African American women in various disciplines. And with a bevy of big names joining this year’s line-up (including Mary J. Blige, Jill Scott, and Erykah Badu), the star-studded affair looks to outdo its predecessor.
Though the event took place at Paradise Theater in NYC Saturday night (Oct. 15), its air date is set for November 6th on BET. Fans can see red carpet arrivals and photos from the show below: