In the new movie 'The Butler,' Mariah Carey plays the sharecropper mother of an African-American man who would later serve as the White House butler for more than three decades. But while Mariah's character is raped in the film, that wasn't even the scene that disturbed her most.
That honor went to a recreation of the 1960 sit-in at a North Carolina Woolworth's lunch counter, where a black college student asked to be served and a white woman spat in his face -- something Mariah says once happened to her.
Usher may have been who everyone was talking about at the Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular. However, Mariah Carey never failed to do her thing and gave two classic and patriotic performances in NYC last night (July 4).
In case you missed any of the action from the 2013 BET Awards, we've got you covered -- check out pictures from the show below, including visual recaps of the performances, audience action, and the scene backstage.
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