BET Awards fashion: Red carpet looks and more

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Monday, June 27, 2016

Stars brought glamour and style to the BET Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles.

Beyonce had everyone talking after her surprise performance with Kendrick Lamar. Her Formation World Tour dancers entered to Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have A Dream" speech, and then Beyonce and Lamar performed a water dance to her song "Freedom."

Beyonce and Kendrick Lamar perform at the BET Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles.
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The night was also full of tributes to Prince, with Jennifer Hudson, Stevie Wonder, Tori Kelly, Maxwell, Janelle Monee and Bilal performing the late icon's greatest hits.

Stevie Wonder, left, and Tori Kelly perform a tribute to Prince at the BET Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles.
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Social activism was a theme of the night, with Humanitarian Award winner, Jesse Williams of ABC's Grey's Anatomy, dedicating his award to black women "who have spent their lives dedicated to nurturing everyone before themselves" and calling for change. Hosts Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson of ABC's Black-ish encouraged viewers to get out and vote.

The hosts also made sure to have some fun, performing a skit spoofing Broadway's Hamilton.

Hosts Tracee Ellis Ross, left, and Anthony Anderson perform a skit dressed as characters from the musical ''Hamilton'' at the BET Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles.
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Here's the full list of winners:

Best Male R&B/Pop Artist -- Bryson Tiller

Best Female R&B/Pop Artist -- Beyoncé

Best Actor -- Michael B. Jordan

Best Actress -- Taraji P. Henson

Best Movie -- Straight Outta Compton

Best New Artist -- Bryson Tiller

Video of the Year -- Beyonce, "Formation"

Best Male Hip-Hop Artist -- Drake

Best Female Hip-Hop Artist -- Nicki Minaj

Best Collaboration -- Rihanna ft. Drake, "Work"

Best Group -- Drake and Future

Best Gospel -- Kirk Franklin

Youngsters Award -- Amandla Stenberg

Centric Award -- Beyonce, "Formation"

Video Director of the Year -- Director X

Dr. Bobby Jones Gospel Inspirational Award -- Kirk Franklin

Coca-Cola Viewers' Choice Award -- Beyonce, "Formation"

Sportsman of the Year -- Stephen Curry

Sportswoman of the Year -- Serena Williams

Best International Act Africa -- Wizkid (Nigeria)

Best International Act U.K. -- Skepta

Humanitarian Award -- Jesse Williams

Lifetime Achievement Award -- Samuel L. Jackson

From the red carpet to performances to comedic hosting duties, see what your favorite celebs wore in the gallery above.

ABC News contributed to this report.