Black-face artist Josh Grobban and other artists are on the BET Awards red carpet this year, and they have made the highlight reel of the show.
Black-skinned stars have appeared on BET’s music-and-entertainment awards show in the past, and the show’s host, BET’s CEO and creator, Akon, is among those who have made appearances on the red carpet.
Grobbin has been nominated in six categories, and his performance on the show was one of the highlights of this year.
The star of “Dancing with the Stars” is known for his portrayal of the Black Lives Matter movement, and he made his debut on the program last year.
He has also appeared on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”
Grobben, a Los Angeles native, was born in the U.S. to parents of African descent.
He moved to Los Angeles at age 17 to attend college.
He also attended school in South Africa and attended the University of Michigan.
Groban said he has been performing in South African and U.K. music festivals since he was 17.
“When I was young, I always thought I was going to make it, and I never did,” he told Entertainment Weekly.
“I was like, ‘I can do this, I’m going to be the best, but this is my home.
I’ve never felt like that, and that’s how I’ve always felt.
And I know it can be better.'”
Grobman said he is very excited to be on the “Black-face” show.
“It’s so fun to be able to go to these festivals and show off my style,” he said.
“And I’m also excited to show off how black I am.”
The actor also took time to answer questions about his upcoming movie, “The Way to Kill Me” with director David Lowery.
Grobin will be joined by fellow “Blackface” star Josh Hanks on the night of the event.
He said he had been approached by the filmmakers to play the lead in the movie, which he said he was excited to do.
Grobson also shared that he has received a lot of positive feedback on his performance.
“People are really looking forward to seeing my performance,” he wrote on Twitter.
“But I am also very nervous.”
Grobin has previously said he will be doing the same performance on “Black and White,” the show that is his second and final acting gig on the reality TV series.