The BET Awards kept viewers entertained for almost four hours on Sunday night, as the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles rocked with the hottest celebrities in music, television, movies and sports. Viewers were treated to performances of today’s hottest songs and old-time favorite, and got to laugh along with hosts Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross. For those who couldn’t watch – or didn’t make it through the whole show – we’ve rounded up the top moments from the 15th annual event.

Bad Boy Reunion

What a '90s flashback! Puff Daddy brought together Bad Boy recording artists for a killer collaboration at the 2015 BET Awards. Puff Daddy was joined by Lil’ Kim, Lox, Ma$e, Faith Evans, Mario Winans and members of 112. The group of artists celebrated 20 years of Bad Boy Records, performing everything from Notorious B.I.G.’s “Hypnotize” to 112’s “Peaches & Cream.” Pharrell Williams even came out on stage at the end. Watch a clip of the performance below:

Puff Daddy’s Fall

Speaking of Puff Daddy … he fell through a hole during his Bad Boy Records reunion. The hole in the stage opened for Lil’ Kim to pop out of, but it appears that crew members never made it flush with the stage again. Watch the moment below:

Fetty Wap’s Performance

Fetty Wap fans had to wait all the way until the end of the awards event to watch Fetty Wap perform his hit song, “Trap Queen” …  but it was well worth it. Watch the performance on repeat below:


The Weeknd/ Alicia Keys Collaboration

Anastasia Steele, who? Alicia Keys took to the stage with The Weeknd to perform the hit song “Earned It,” from the “Fifty Shades of Grey” soundtrack. Talk about a hot duo. Watch the performance below:

Rihanna’s Bad Girl Attitude

Rihanna is the baddest girl around and she never lets us forget it. The 27-year-old Barbadian singer apparently wanted to throw money into the crowd at the BET Awards. When she was stopped by someone backstage, she proceeded to toss the wad of bills in the guy’s face.


Jussie Smollet’s Moving Speech

“Empire” star Jussie Smollett was on hand at the 2015 BET Awards to sing the hit song “You’re So Beautiful.” Smollett took a moment in the middle of his performance to talk about equality, and even changed one of the lyrics to “when a man loves a man.” Watch the clip below:

What was your favorite moment from the 2015 BET Awards? Tweet your thoughts to @AmandaTVScoop.