Rita Moreno "Electrifies" the Penthouse: June 2

Rita Moreno "electrifies" the Penthouse.

Hollywood Legend - Rita Moreno is an award-winning actress of Puerto Rican descent. She has appeared in classic films such as West Side Story andThe King and I and is the only person of Hispanic descent to have won an Oscar, an Emmy, a Grammy and a Tony award.  (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

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Hollywood Legend - Rita Moreno is an award-winning actress of Puerto Rican descent. She has appeared in classic films such as West Side Story andThe King and I and is the only person of Hispanic descent to have won an Oscar, an Emmy, a Grammy and a Tony award.  (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

Moment of Silence - According to Liz Torres, the night that Moreno won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in West Side Story, her entire neighborhood became quiet when they were reading off the list of nominees. Moments after she won, her neighborhood quickly became loud and jofyul.(Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

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Moment of Silence - According to Liz Torres, the night that Moreno won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in West Side Story, her entire neighborhood became quiet when they were reading off the list of nominees. Moments after she won, her neighborhood quickly became loud and jofyul.(Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

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Oscar Family - Moreno and Mo'Nique have both won an Academy Award in the category of Best Supporting Actress. Mo'Nique won hers for the movie Precious. (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

All Hugs - Earlier this year Moreno was awarded with a National Medal of Arts by the National Endowment of the Arts. Upon receiving the award she gave a big hug to President Obama. (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

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All Hugs - Earlier this year Moreno was awarded with a National Medal of Arts by the National Endowment of the Arts. Upon receiving the award she gave a big hug to President Obama. (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

Musical Talents - Moreno takes a moment to kick it with the band. (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

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Musical Talents - Moreno takes a moment to kick it with the band. (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

The Human Beatbox - Mo'Nique introduces hip hop legend and beatbox artist Doug E. Fresh to the Penthouse. (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

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The Human Beatbox - Mo'Nique introduces hip hop legend and beatbox artist Doug E. Fresh to the Penthouse. (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

Teach the Babies How to Beatbox - Doug E. Fresh was most recently seen on the kids TV show The Electric Company, which is a remake of the '70s children's series of the same name. Moreno starred in the original series.  (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

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Teach the Babies How to Beatbox - Doug E. Fresh was most recently seen on the kids TV show The Electric Company, which is a remake of the '70s children's series of the same name. Moreno starred in the original series.  (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

How It All Started - Fresh got his start beatboxing at block parties and would practice on his way to school everyday.(Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

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How It All Started - Fresh got his start beatboxing at block parties and would practice on his way to school everyday.(Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

Intimate Discussion - Francia Raisa, star of The Secret Life of the American Teenager, drops in to discuss her character Adrian Lee. (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

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Intimate Discussion - Francia Raisa, star of The Secret Life of the American Teenager, drops in to discuss her character Adrian Lee. (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

Career Move - Raisa decided to pursue acting as a profession in high school after being dropped from the cheerleading team. Her first movie: Bring It On (which she pointed out is a cheerleading movie).  (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

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Career Move - Raisa decided to pursue acting as a profession in high school after being dropped from the cheerleading team. Her first movie: Bring It On (which she pointed out is a cheerleading movie).  (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

First a Gracie Allen, Next an Emmy? - Raisa's first award: The Gracie Allen award. It was her first award and she humbly described it as an "honor." (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

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First a Gracie Allen, Next an Emmy? - Raisa's first award: The Gracie Allen award. It was her first award and she humbly described it as an "honor." (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

"The Show" - Doug E. Fresh hit the stage to perform his old school classic "Keep Risin' to the Top." (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

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"The Show" - Doug E. Fresh hit the stage to perform his old school classic "Keep Risin' to the Top." (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

Timeless - Fresh kept things funky by going into "Freaks" for the audience. As the creidts rolled, he went into his solo routine of beatboxing until the end of the song. (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

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Timeless - Fresh kept things funky by going into "Freaks" for the audience. As the creidts rolled, he went into his solo routine of beatboxing until the end of the song. (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

Farewell to Another Great Episode! - From left: Rodney Perry, Francis Raisa, Mo'Nique, Rita Moreno and Doug E. Fresh. (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)

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Farewell to Another Great Episode! - From left: Rodney Perry, Francis Raisa, Mo'Nique, Rita Moreno and Doug E. Fresh. (Photo: Darnell Williams/BET)