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BET's Aaliyah Special Gets Strong Ratings

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It's been ten years after her unfortunate death, but Aaliyah is still clearly beloved.

BET's special Aaliyah: One in a Million, which aired last week on the anniversary of her death, drew in strong ratings. 1.1 million viewers watched the special, making it the one of the top BET telecasts in 2011.

The special itself explored the life and music of Aaliyah's short-lived career with never-before-seen footage, her most popular videos, and intimate conversations with her family and friends.

No matter what, people are still VERY much fascinated - and probably always will be - with baby girl's life and short-lived career.

We'll miss you, Aaliyah.

[Image via WENN.]

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8 comments to “BET's Aaliyah Special Gets Strong Ratings”

  1. Blunt says – reply to this


    1

    Wow she was such a great singer, its not fair a nice peron died and we are stuck with fucking gaga smh. RRIP Bay girl



  2. 2

    great tribute from bet! she was so talented and such an inspiration. her musics are timeless. sad there was no tribute from mtv though….



  3. 3

    Who! Who cares?



  4. 4

    it was a great tribute.



  5. 5

    thats just the effect that true icons have and in another 10 years and even 10×10 years she will still be highly regarded not just for her talent but for her character as well she was beautiful person inside and out with a heart of gold.. it rare that you find that combination in this business amongst those who are so massively successful and influential.. she will forever be sorely missed and i know as her being my idol i will FOREVER keep her legacy going strong ♥



  6. 6

    Re: CaliCoyote – no, who are YOU?! go somewhere with your ignorant disrespectful self -_-



  7. 7

    Does this mean we will have to endure MJ tributes for 25 years to come?



  8. 8

    Re: CaliCoyote – yep, and I'm completely ok with that. After all we can't stop hearing about Elvis and Sinatra. So just cut it out.