Beyoncé earns most nominations for BET Awards, Bruno Mars places second

012917118616012917118616Beyoncé continues to squeeze accolades out of her critically acclaimed "Lemonade" album more than a year after its release.
The pop star leads all artists with seven nominations at next month's 2017 BET Awards — including one for the award show's highest honor, video of the year, for "Sorry."
The 35-year-old singer is a finalist for best female R&B/pop artist, while "Lemonade" — which came out in April 2016 — netted her a nomination for best album. Beyoncé also appears twice in the best collaboration category for her songs "Shining," which features Jay Z and DJ Khaled, and "Freedom," which she recorded with Kendrick Lamar.
Her final nods came for video director of the year and the viewer's choice award.

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