Beyonce, Chris Brown And Jay-Z Win At BET Awards 2012

2 July 2012, 07:19 | Updated: 2 July 2012, 07:27

The 'Crazy In Love' star took home Best Female R&B Artist at the ceremony in Los Angeles last night.

Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z were among the biggest winners at the BET Awards 2012 in Los Angeles last night (1st July).

The 'Love On Top' singer was crowned Best Female R&B Artist at the ceremony which took place at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

Jay-Z took home the prize for Best Group alongside Kanye West for their The Throne collaboration which also scooped Video Of The Year with their smash hit 'Otis'.

Chris Brown was crowned Best Male R&B Artist, Entertainer Of The Year and won the FANdemonium awards on the night.

UK star Wretch 32 also won big taking home the Best UK act prize.

The 'Don't Go' rapper took to his Twitter to reveal his surprise and joy at the nod.

"Wow #betawards I finally won sutum lol ahhh yeaaa #teamuk," he tweeted.

You can view a picture of Beyonce making her live return in Atlantic City earlier this year below: (Picture:

The Awards also featured a series of live performances including Chris Brown, Usher, Nicki Minaj and a tribute to Whitney Houston from a host of the biggest acts on the night.

The full list of winners at the BET Awards 2012 is as follows:

Centric Award: Common
Youngstars Award: Diggy
Best Group: The Throne (Jay-Z and Kanye West)
Best Actor: Kevin Hart, Think Like a Man
Best New Artist: Big Sean
Best Male R&B Artist: Chris Brown
Best Male Hip Hop Artist - Drake
Best Collaboration: Wale. Feat  Miguel – 'Lotus Flower Bomb'
Best Gospel: Yolanda Adams
Best Female R&B Artist: Beyonce
Best Female Hip-Hop Artist: Nicki Minaj
Lifetime Achievement Award: Maze, featuring Frankie Beverly
Video of the Year: The Throne (Jay-Z and Kanye West) Feat Otis Redding 'Otis'
Humanitarian Award: The Reverend Al Sharpton
Viewers' Choice Award: Mindless Behavior
Video Director of the Year: Beyoncé and Alan Ferguson
Entertainer of the Year: Chris Brown
FANdemonium Award – Chris Brown
Best International Act: Africa: Sarkodie And Wizkid
Best International Act: UK Act: Wretch 32