Alicia Keys, despite being several months pregnant, climbs on top of her piano while singing the Prince classic "Adore"

The 2010 BET Awards that aired Sunday night was chock full of memorable moments, ranging from Trey Songz being one-upped when Patti Labelle also covered the Prince classic “Purple Rain”  to  actor Todd Bridges getting the audience to say, “Whatchu talkin’ about Willis” in a tribute to Gary Coleman.

Queen Latifah kept the the show running smoothly, entertaining and amusing the crowd while sporting the costumes of some of the characters she has played in the past – including those from her work in ‘Set If Off,” “Chicago” and “Hairspray.”

Above and below are more performances that had the audience buzzing:


Prince accepts his lifetime achievement award


Chris Brown pays tribute to Michael Jackson, moonwalk and all

Nia Long and Lorenz Tate from 1997's "Love Jones" reunite on stage

El DeBarge takes it back in his comeback performance when he sings his 1980's hit "Time Will Reveal"

Kanye West, donning an orange suit but no shirt, gave it his all on stage

Diddy, Dawn Richard and Nicki Minaj perform on stage enshrouded in smoke

The night was filled with tons of performances, tributes, honors, and of course, awards. Some of these include Serena Williams taking home sportswoman of the year and Prince is presented with Lifetime Achievement Award.

Congratulations to all the winners.