The BET Awards keeps getting more talent under its umbrella.
Rihanna will take the stage June 24, the show announced Thursday. Also added: Ne-Yo, Jennifer Hudson, Terrence Howard and Gabrielle Union.
The lineup had already included Alicia Keys, Chris Brown, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Nelly and Usher.
Hudson, Howard and Union will help present awards recognizing the year’s best musicians, music videos, actors and athletes.
Jill Scott will perform a tribute to BET’s Lifetime Achievement Award winner Al Green, and Quincy Jones will receive the network’s Humanitarian Award.
D.L. Hughley is set to host the show, which is to be broadcast live from the Shrine Auditorium.