Bad Boy Family Reunion
"It’s Bad Boyyy!" Diddy reunited with his Bad Boy Family to rock the BET Awards show! Past and present members of the record label joined forces to bring back some of their classics. Bad Boy members such as Lil’ Kim, Ma$e, French Montana and more took us to the '90s and back with their performance.
The King of Pop and Godfather of Soul
The King of Pop and Godfather of Soul reunited as Michael Jackson presented James Brown with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Michael raved about Brown’s influence on him since he was a young child. It was an epic moment to remember from the BET Awards!
Set It Off
The cast of Set It Off set off the stage when they appeared alongside Anthony Anderson and fellow cast mate Queen Latifah. The reunion brought the gang back together one last time!
Even if the audience was ready or not, the Fugees surprised them with a performance at the 2005 BET Awards! The group, consisting of Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean and Pras Michael, reunited on stage and shocked the crowd. The trio performed their hits “Ready or Not,” "Killing Me Softly” and “Fu-Gee-La.”
The group brought back all of the nostalgic memories as they performed one of their hit records, "Freak Me," at the 2014 BET Awards. The group had the star-studded audience singing along to their '90s R&B hit. After this performance the group released a new album in 2016 entitled Quiet Storm.
Rick James and Teena Marie
The ex-couple reunited on stage at the 2004 BET Awards and delivered one of the most memorable performances. The duo sang "Fire and Desire" during a sort of quirky but entertaining performance. These two were not only ex-lovers, James was also Marie's musical mentor.
The Five Heartbeats and After 7
After their '90s hit movie, The Five Heartbeats, the group reconnected to perform at the BET Awards alongside After 7 in 2011. After 7’s song “Night Like This” was featured in the soundtrack for The Five Heartbeats. The Five Heartbeats lended their voices for background vocals as After 7 took the lead in the BET Awards performance. As they all performed, audience members were on their feet two-stepping along!