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BET 2011 Nominations List

Best Female R&B Artist
Marsha Ambrosius
Beyoncé
Keri Hilson
Jennifer Hudson
Rihanna

Best Male R&B Artist

Chris Brown

Cee-Lo Green
Bruno Mars
Trey Songz
Usher

Best Group

Diddy Dirty Money

Cali Swag District
N.E.R.D.
New Boyz
Travis Porter

Best Female Hip Hop Artist

Diamond

Cymphonique
Lola Monroe
Nicki Minaj

Best Male Hip Hop Artist

B.o.B

Drake
Lil Wayne
Rick Ross
Kanye West



Best Collaboration

B.o.B ft. Haley Williams of Paramore, “Airplanes”

Chris Brown ft. Lil Wayne & Busta Rhymes, “Look At Me Now”
Kanye West ft. Rihanna, “All of the Lights”
Chris Brown ft. Tyga & Kevin McCall, “Deuces”
Waka Flocka Flame ft. Roscoe Dash & Wale, “No Hands”
Rihanna ft. Drake, “What’s My Name”

Best New Artist

J. Cole

Bruno Mars
Miguel
Willow Smith
Wiz Khalifa

YoungStars Award

Shenell Edmonds

Keke Palmer
Diggy Simmons
Jaden Smith
Willow Smith

Video of the Year

“Far Away” Marsha Ambrosius

“Airplanes” B.o.B ft. Hayley Williams of Paramore
“Look At Me Now” Chris Brown ft. Lil Wayne & Busta Rhymes
“Pretty Girl Rock”, Keri Hilson
“Whip My Hair” Willow Smith
“Runaway” Kanye West ft. Pusha T

Best Gospel

Byron Cage

Deitrick Haddon
Mary Mary
Karen Clark Sheard
BeBe & CeCe Winans

Centric Award

Marsha Ambrosius

Eric Benét
Cee-Lo Green
R. Kelly
Kem

Best International Act (Africa)

2Face Idibia (Nigeria)

D’ Banj (Nigeria)
D-Black (Ghana)
Fally Ipupa (DR Congo)
Angelique Kidjo (Benin)
Teargas (South Africa)

Best International Act (UK)

VV Brown

Chipmunk
Laura Izibor
Skepta
Tinchy Stryder
Tinie Tempah

Best Actress

Halle Berry

Taraji P. Henson
Regina King
Zoë Saldana
Kerry Washington

Best Actor

Laz Alonso

Chris Brown
Don Cheadle
Idris Elba
Jamie Foxx

Best Movie

Death at a Funeral

For Colored Girls
Takers
The Book of Eli
Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married, Too?

Sportswoman of the Year

Tamika Catchings

Candice Dupree
Maya Moore
Serena Williams
Venus Williams

Sportsman of the Year

Carmelo Anthony

Kobe Bryant
LeBron James
Derrick Rose
Michael Vick

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