Culture’s biggest night is here and so are the best (and worst) dressed celebs of the night.
The 2022 BET Awards aired Sunday, June 26 on BET at 8 pm ET/ PT hosted by Taraji P. Henson. Nominees included Doja Cat, Ari Lennox, Drake, Jazmine Sullivan, and many more.
Take a look at how your favorite artists ranked on the red carpet:
We love to see some color on the carpet, but the black fringe doesn't work for this look.
Although the Lil Nas X t-shirt made a statement as his "Industry Baby" collaborator was shockingly not nominated for any BET Awards this year, the outfit fell flat.
Billy Porter is known for their statement looks which usually are one of the best looks of the night however this look is just plain scary. While the makeup is on point, the beige suit is "blah" and the shoulder pads are a bit much.
While Givēon's debut full-length album is a hit, this red carpet look is not. A black top and brown pants are hard to pull off and sadly this R&B crooner did not.
While Chance The Rapper's look is not one of the worst of the night, it is certainly not the best. The jeans are interesting, but the whole ensemble doesn't look like much effort was put in.
Jussie Smollett decided to go for a relaxed look with this year's ceremony. The brown ensemble is not bad but doesn't necessarily scream, "I'm attending a red carpet event."
Coi Leray always hits the red carpet with some interesting, but the "Blick Blick" rapper surprisingly pulls off the all-jean look.
Saucy Santana's look is giving off 'Clueless' vibes with the plaid dress, which is not necessarily bad. However, the "Booty" rapper could have pulled off the look better with a different footwear choice.
Summer Walker always surprises us with her red carpet looks. The expecting mama chose to take a page from RiRi's maternity catalog with this daring look.
Quincy showed out for the men on the red carpet with this fun purple look.
The host of this year's award show Taraji P. Henson came to slay in this glittery one-shoulder silver dress.
Muni Long chose a gorgeous pink and red dress resembling blooming hydrangeas. Muni slayed this look and wowed the crowd with her performance of her No. 1 hit, "Hrs & Hrs."
'Sistas' actress Ebony Obsidian looked incredible in this blue bandeau cut-out dress. The simple diamond jewelry and natural makeup compliment the entire look.
Mary J. Blige looked absolutely gorgeous in this all-white two-piece outfit. The one-shoulder and high split are signature Mary, and she brought it once again.
Sometimes an all-black look can come off as basic, but this is not the case with Ari Lennox's look on the red carpet tonight. The mixture of lace and sleekness of her hair pulls the look together completely.
BIG Freedia is right. The artist who recently collabed with Beyoncé on "Break My Soul" made a big statement with her pink cape and matching fringed pants. The look comes together with a white shirt under a rainbow bandeau bedazzled vest giving a shoutout to Pride Month.
Lizzo's face card never declines, and neither does this dress. The "About Damn Time" singer stunned in this dark blue dress. The fur, high slit, and deep v-cut made the dress even sexier.
Chlöe Bailey knows how to look stunning on a red carpet. Between the sparkles and elaborate cutout, we can't choose which part of the dress we love more.
Lucky Daye is hands down the best-dressed man at this year's award show. The yellow, blue, and pink ombré suit and matching bouquet take the cake.
Looking at this photo, you wouldn't think that this was Victoria Monét's first BET Awards. The "Coastin" singer had one of the night's best looks in her brown latex dress. She also stole the BET preshow in her first-ever award show performance.
And the best dressed of the night was none other than Janelle Monáe. The singer and actress absolutely slayed in their black dress that had several elements cohesively coming together. The sheerness at the bottom connecting the bandeau top with thick black straps with silver clips is attention to detail at its finest.