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The #BETCovidRelief special happened last night and it was a star-studded mix of entertainment, melanin magic, and critical educational and financial resources.
Virtually hosted by Regina Hall, Kelly Rowland, Terrence J, and Anthony Anderson, the “Saving Our Selves: A BET COVID-19 Relief Effort” broadcast fundraiser brought out Black Hollywood’s top talent ranging from Halle Berry, Usher, John Legend, Ludacris and Jermaine Dupri to Charlie Wilson, D-Nice, Ciara, and Tiffany Haddish.

During the special, hilarity ensued when Regina Hall checked in with Morris Chestnut and used a photo of them at the BET awards—with Morris’ face scribbled out.

“I wanted a current photo so people could see me glammed up, is that a problem?” said Regina.”Good for me that I haven’t changed.”

LOL, hilarious.

Not only that, but several stars also performed and provided virtual entertainment to viewers safely social distancing at home. Soul songstresses Jhene Aiko and H.E.R. turned TVs nationwide into heart-eyed goo with their performance of “B.S.”…

and John Legend brought the “love, peace and souuuuuuul” with a “Soul Train” inspired performance of “Bigger Love” complete with an afro and dancers doing a virtual Soul train line.

This special was a GOOD time.

Did YOU watch BET’s Saving Our Selves COVID 19 Relief Effort???? See more standouts of the night on the flip.

Positive vibe spreading (Uncle) Charlie Wilson reminded us all that we’re still “Blessed (Yes!) even during a pandemic much to the delight of couples like NeNe and Gregg and Tyrese and Samantha Gibson.

Ludacris and Jermaine Dupri also welcomed everyone to Atlanta—from the safety of their social distanced homes.

Things didn’t stop there, Kirk Franklin brought out the likes of Kelly Price and Fantasia to belt out some sweet, sanctified sonic boom tunes.

For more of the #BETCovidRelief, click HERE.

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