It's been almost five months since Whitney Houston died, but that doesn't mean that her music still doesn't have a soft spot in our hearts.
And not just in our hearts, but in the Shrine Auditorium in El Lay where the entire audience sitting at the BET Awards Sunday night dried their eyes after watching an emotional tribute to the late singer.
Mariah Carey started it off by sharing warm memories of her close friend, which left the singer in tears.
Monica then belted out an emotional rendition of Whitney's gospel tune I Love The Lord, followed by Brandy's rendition of I’m Your Baby Tonight and I Wanna Dance With Somebody.
The most heartbreaking part of the night was when Whitney's mother Cissy Houston performed Bridge Over Troubled Water, which left the entire house in tears, especially Soulja Boy, who just couldn't keep it in . We're right there with ya, buddy….
Watch stars give their last goodbyes to Whitney (above).
Mariah Carey posed with her pal Randy Jackson, wearing a nude beaded dress to the 2012 BET Awards in El Lay Sunday night.
Her golden honey locks were shining just as bright as her smile as the two shared a special moment at the awards show. The pretty little lamb later performed a touching and emotional touching tribute to Whitney Houston, where not a dry eye in the house could be seen.
Not sure why she needs sunglasses at night, but this IS Mariah we're talking about. At least they have matching bling!
Kanye West may not have been having the best week - between the gay rumors, his latest temper tantrum, and a bruised up Lamborghini - but we have a feeling that with this weekend, all of that's about to change!
The sometimes-volatile yet supremely talented rapper has been hard at work recording his new album in Paris, and apparently, has few very creative, larger than life tricks up his sleeve for how he's going to begin its promotional campaign!
Which, of course, started last night, when he projected a video of himself performing his brand new single, New Slaves, onto the sides of 66 BUILDINGS LOCATED ALL OVER THE WORLD!
Ch-ch-check out to what the folks of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, were treated on the corner of Bedford and N. 7 (above)!