Last night's BET Coca Color Viewers' Choice Award was supposed to go to Chris Brown, but because of a technical glitch the announcer read Chris Brown then retracted that and said, I'm sorry. Rihanna. What's My Name? But then that didn't seem right either.
After a few awkward seconds, What's My Name? began playing and then Drake came on stage, and the second announcer said, It's okay, it's okay. The winner is Drizzy, Drake.
Drank accepted the award on behalf of Rihanna, and then said, Well this is awkward. He continued his speech and thanked Rihanna who he worked with on What's My Name?
It was later revealed that Brown was indeed the real winner.
Watch the video of the awkward mishap here.
Brown also took home the prize for Male R&B Artist and Collaboration, Video of the Year, and Viewers' Choice. Brown also performed a medley, including his hit Look At Me Now which included a performance by Busta Rhymes.
Also taking the stage was Alicia Keys, who in honor of her 10th anniversary of the release of her first album Songs in A Minor, performed a medley of her songs.
To keep the theme of song medleys going, Mary J. Blige performed a medley of her own.
Also performing last night was Beyonce. The singer was not at the award show but performed live via satellite from the Somerset, Glastonbury stage.
Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj, followed by their fans, the Nicki Minaj 'Barbie's' and the Justin Bieber 'Belieber's,' presented an award together. The 17-year-old Bieber flirted with the voluptuous singer, which prompted Minaj to ask, Justin, do you drive? Can you handle curves? Bieber responded, Yes. I. Can.
The list of performers included, Jill Scott, Drake, Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, Ace Hood, Rick Ross, Kelly Rowland, Trey Songz, Mali Music KimberlyNichole, Mary Mary, Donnie McClurkin, Shirley Caesar, and Dietrick Haddon.
Winners included, Nicki Minaj for Best Female Hip Hop Artist, Wiz Khalifa for Best New Artist, Brown ft. Lil Wayne & Busta Rhymes for Look At Me Now for Video of the Year, Taraji P. Henson for Best Actress, Idris Elba ('The Wire') for Best Actor, and Best Movie went to For Colored Girls.
Watch Chris Brown perform at the show