The BET Honors 2016, celebrating the lieves and achievements of African-American luminaries, took over the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C. earlier this month. Hosted by Arsenio Hall, the 9th annual show aired on Monday night, honoring Patti LaBelle, L.A. Reid, former Attorney General Eric Holder, filmmaker Lee Daniels, and financier Mellody Hobson.
Patti LaBelle, who received the Award for Musical Arts, was tributed with a thrilling vocal performance by Fantasia. Award for Excellence in Entertainment recipient and music executive L.A. Reid was honored by a music icon he discovered, Usher. The R&B superstar delivered a medley set, getting the crowd on their feet with the closing song “U Don’t Have to Call.”

Jazmine Sullivan, Toni Braxton, Raheem DeVaughn, and Babyface also performed at this year’s show, which can be watched over at BET. Check out Usher and Fantasia’s moments on stage below.

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