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Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross to Host BET Awards

“Black-ish” stars Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross will co-host the 15th annual BET Awards, the network announced Thursday.

“I can’t wait to see all of my peers and the amazing performances that evening,” Anderson said in a statement. “We may even have a few surprises up our sleeves!”

Ross echoed Anderson’s excitement at the news. “I’m thrilled to be hosting the 15th annual BET Awards alongside my on-screen husband Anthony, and am so honored to also be a nominee!” Ross said in a statement. “The BET Awards always deliver an epic evening with the best across movies, sports, TV and music.”

BET’s President of Programming Stephen Hill was also excited at the prospect of showcasing the TV couple’s chemistry at the ceremony. “They are both comedic geniuses and we are ready for them to unleash the laughter and good times on June 28,” Hill said in a statement. “It will be a night to remember!”

The 2015 BET Awards will air live from the Nokia Theatre on Sunday, June 28 on BET.

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