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Highlights From the BET Awards: Epic Prince Tributes and More

Electric performances, rousing speeches and Prince tributes punctuated the BET Awards on Sunday.

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Hosts Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson deliver a hilarious take on Broadway hit musical "Hamilton," at the awards in Los Angeles on June 26, 2016.

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Image: Beyonce and Kendrick Lamar

Beyonce and Kendrick Lamar stun the audience with a performance of "Freedom."

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Image: Stevie Wonder and Tori Kelly

Stevie Wonder and Tori Kelly team up to perform "Take Me with U," as a tribute to deceased music icon Prince.

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Image: Actor Jesse Williams accepts the Humanitarian Award

Actor Jesse Williams delivers a rousing speech on equal rights and freedom as he accepts the Humanitarian Award.

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Image: Usher (L)  and Young Thug (R) perform "No Limit"

Usher, left, and Young Thug perform "No Limit."

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Image: Future performs

Future delivers an electric performance.

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Image: Samuel L. Jackson accepts the Lifetime Achievement Award

Samuel L. Jackson accepts the Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Image: Laila Ali speaks during a tribute to her late father, Muhammad Ali

Laila Ali speaks during a tribute to her late father, Muhammad Ali.

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Image: Jennifer Hudson performs  "Purple Rain"

Jennifer Hudson pays tribute to Prince during her performance of "Purple Rain."

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Image: Alicia Keys performs "In Common"

Alicia Keys was her own DJ as she performed numerous versions of her hit single "In Common."

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Image:Jennifer Hudson performs "Purple Rain" with Stevie Wonder (L) during a tribute to the late singer Prince

Jennifer Hudson performs "Purple Rain" with Stevie Wonder, left, during a tribute to the late singer Prince.

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