BET Awards 2002
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|2002 BET Awards|
|Presented by||Steve Harvey and
Cedric the Entertainer
|Country of origin||United States|
Los Angeles, California
|Production company(s)||BET Networks|
|First shown in||June 25, 2002|
The 2002 BET Awards took place at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles, California on June 25, 2002. The awards recognized Americans in music, acting, sports, and other fields of entertainment over the past year. Comedian Steve Harvey and Cedric the Entertainer hosted the event for the second time.
- Yolanda Adams – "I'm Gonna Be Ready" and "Since the Last Time I Saw You" (Medley)
- Usher – "U Don't Have to Call"
- Nelly – "Hot in Herre"
- Mary J. Blige and Ja Rule – "Rainy Dayz"
- Ludacris – "Saturday (Oooh! Ooooh!)" and "Move Bitch" (Medley)
- Ja Rule and Charli Baltimore – "Down Ass Bitch"
- Chaka Khan – "Fantasy"
- Lil' Bow Wow – "Take Ya Home"
- B2K – "Uh Huh"
- Ashanti – "Foolish" and "Happy"
Winners and nominees
|Video of the Year||Viewers' Choice|
|Best Female Hip Hop Artist||Best Male Hip Hop Artist|
|Best Female R&B Artist||Best Male R&B Artist|
|Best New Artist||Best Gospel Artist|
|Best Actress||Best Actor|
|Sportswoman of the Year||Sportsman of the Year|
|Lifetime Achievement Award||Humanitarian Award|
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