US (FOX): There's no stopping Nicki Minaj. The rapper picked up her fourth consecutive win for best female hip-hop artist at the BET Awards on Sunday night. "Every time I win it's a humbling experience," she said. "My fans are amazing people."
Minaj performed with Chris Brown, who opened the awards show with a medley of new songs. BET couldn't bleep some of the rapper's expletives -- much like the awards show last year. Expletives from Wayne Brady, Erykah Badu and the singers who performed with R. Kelly slipped, too.
Mariah Carey was angelic as she belted her latest hit, "(hash)Beautiful," with help from Miguel and Young Jeezy, and an excited R. Kelly sang snippets of a dozen of his hits. An energetic Robin Thicke was joined by Pharrell and T.I. when he sang his international No. 1 hit, "Blurred Lines."