Chris Brown Wins Big, Justin Bieber, Porcelain Black & Bruno Mars & More At 2011 BET Awards [PHOTOS]

Chris Brown, the 22-year-old singer, was the uncontested man of the evening, collecting five trophies, including male R&B artist, video of the year and collaboration for “Look at Me Now” during the telecast, which aired live from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

“All my fans are everything to me,” Brown said while accepting the award for male R&B artist. “I know it’s been a long road. I just appreciate every blessing that’s been put in front of me.”

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Bruno Mars looked fine in Dolce&Gabbana while Boris Kodjoe just looked amazing hot as usual. Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose were of course kissing on the red carpet. Then we have singer Porcelain Black. She’s a Lil Wayne protege. Here’s a little quote for you from Porcelain,

“I’m all about partying and drinking whiskey and doing what you want, as long as it doesn’t get in the way of accomplishing your goals. If you can be a train wreck and still get up n the morning and handle your shit, then it’s all good.”

So congrats to all those functioning alcoholics out there!

The full list of winners is after the jump…

Video of the Year: Chris Brown ft. Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes – “Look at Me Now”
Video Director of the Year: Chris Robinson
Best Female R&B Artist: Jennifer Hudson
Best Male R&B Artist: Chris Brown
Best Female Hip-Hop Artist: Nicki Minaj
Best Male Hip-Hop Artist: Kanye West
Best Collaboration: Chris Brown ft. Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes – “Look at Me Now”
Best New Artist: Wiz Khalifa
Best Group: Diddy-Dirty Money
Viewers’ Choice: Chris Brown ft. Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes – “Look at Me Now”
Best Gospel Artist: Mary Mary
YoungStars Award: Willow Smith and Jaden Smith (tie)
Centric Award: Marsha Ambrosius
Best Actress: Taraji P. Henson
Best Actor: Idris Elba
Best Movie: “For Colored Girls”
Sportswoman of the Year: Serena Williams
Sportsman of the Year: Michael Vick
Best International Act: Africa: 2face Idibia (Nigeria) and D’banj (Nigeria)
Best International Act: United Kingdom: Tinie Tempah
FANdemonium Award: Chris Brown
Lifetime Achievement Award: Patti LaBelle
Humanitarian Award: Steve Harvey