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BET Awards Put The Spotlight on Queer Women

July 8, 2024

Victoria Monét, Megan Thee Stallion, Teyana Taylor, and Keke Palmer turned up the heat.

This year’s BET Awards were the perfect way to close out pride month, with sultry performances from Victoria Monét, Megan Thee Stallion, Teyana Taylor, and Keke Palmer.

The show started off with Megan Thee Stallion taking over the stage Sunday night. She performed a medley of songs from her newest album Megan dressed in a sexy blue-and-green two piece, playing up to her album’s snake motif. Megan was up for four awards, and while she didn’t take any home this year, she definitely won a big place in our hearts.

Victoria Monét was another huge star of the night. She came onstage for a jaw-dropping performance of “On My Mama” wearing blinged-out blue jeans, a large white t-shirt, and an oversized varsity jacket. After a quick outfit change into a white suit and matching hat, she brought out her powerful vocals for “Alright”.

Monét was awarded her first-ever (and well-deserved) BET Award for Video of the Year. Later in the night, she received the BET Her Award for “On My Mama”. The latter was presented to her by Niecy Nash and her wife Jessica Betts, who walked out to the song Betts wrote for Nash as a birthday present- as if the night could get any gayer!

That wasn’t the last we saw of Monét. She stepped on stage alongside Teyana Taylor during the award’s Usher Tribute. We couldn’t tear our eyes off the screen as the two danced all over each other during “Bad Girl”.

The Usher Tribute in general might go down in award show history as one of the hottest and gayest mashup performance we’ve seen. Keke Palmer performed “Make Me Wanna.” Coco Jones went down to the audience for a soulful rendition of “There Goes My Baby.” Chlöe didn’t change any words during “Good Kisser”, singing “she’s a good kisser.” Tinashe was representing the bi girls during “Nice & Slow.” To close it all out, Latto left it all on the stage while performing “Yeah.”

We’re already on the edge of our seats anticipating next year’s awards, but until then these performance videos will have to satiate us.

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