Chris stole the show at the 2013 BET Awards on June 30, with his show stopping medley performance of ‘Fine China,’ ‘Don’t Think They Know,’ and his surprise duet with Nicki Minaj!
Chris Brown totally killed it at the June 30 BET Awards! Singing a medley of hits, Chris gave a really sexy performance of “Fine China” and he paid tribute to Aaliyah with his passionate singing of “Don’t Think They Know.” Then, he topped it all off with a surprise duet with Nicki Minaj! Watch the video here!
Chris Brown’s BET Awards Performance
Chris, 24, opened the show wearing all black, and he pulled some seriously sexy moves, including a flip! Chris opened with “Fine China,” before singing his duet with the late great Aaliyah. For “Don’t Think They Know,” her image was shown behind the stage.
And then came the biggest shock of the night! Chris was joined by none other than Nicki, who floated in from the ceiling to join him for an epic performance that involved both rapping and dancing.
They really set the bar high for the night!
Chris Brown’s BET Awards Surprise
HollywoodLife.com previously reported that Chris was planning a surprise for his BET Awards performance.
“He’s debating about doing a dance beat [and] might just take it back and hit them with one of his old school cuts, like ‘Run It’ from 2005,” a source connected to the singer tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively. “That was like eight years ago — a time when everybody loved him and he didn’t have a care in the world.”
“[Chris is] thinking that if he goes back in time and performs a song from when he first hit the scene, people will remember him for his music and his talent, rather than for the drama that he’s been caught up in recently [i.e. his recent hit & run charges],” the source adds.
What do YOU think HollywoodLifers? Did you love Chris’ performance? Which song was your favorite?
— Eleanore Hutch
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