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The 2012 Black Girls Rock! Awards

Tracee Ellis Ross, Keyshia Cole, and Regina King 
Last night was the 2012 Black Girls Rock! Awards in New York City’s Paradise Theater, and everyone was anyone seemed to have showed up!

The star-studded event brought attention to strong black women and each of their talents within music, acting, fashion, and even some charity work.

The two lovely hosts, Regina King and Trace Ellis Ross, tag teamed it up to make sure it was a memorable night for the females of the audience.

Alicia Keys and Brandy came through and did a beautiful performance, but Ciara stole the show when she brought out Missy Elliot for “1,2 Step”.

Once Missy touched that stage, the enthusiasm of the show seemed to go through the roof!

Other power women that were on the scene included, Meagan Good, Eva Longoria, Janelle Monae, Bridget Kelly, Gabrielle Union and even Taraji P. Henson who received a special award.

Other winners of the night include:

Kerry Washington – Star Power Award

Susan Taylor – Inspiration Award

Alicia Keys – Rock Star Award

Janelle Monae – Young, Gifted and Black Award

Dr. Hawa Abdi and her daughters – Social Humanitarian Award

Dionne Warwick – Living Legend Award

The premiere of the two-hour long show is set to hit our televisions on Sunday, November 4th on BET. Will you guys be tuning in?

Check out the ladies in the game take the show by storm in the photos below!

Missy Elliott and Ciara perform at the 2012 Black Girls Rock! Awards 

Kerry Washington                                   Meagan Good

Alicia Keys performs on stage.

Eva Longoria                                               Janelle Monae

Brandy performs on stage.

Laura Govan                                                       Gabrielle Union

Taraji P. Henson and Kerry Washington

Laura Govan

LaLa Anthony

Lala Anthony

 Photo credit: Getty




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  1. Brandy with a Fendy shorts on. I likey. Missy????? Haven’t heard frm her in a while,a show stopper that one.

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