Black Eyed Peas Win, Then Lose Best Group Award

The Black Eyed Peas were disappointed at France’s NRJ Awards in Cannes, after being announced as Best International Group.

The award was announced by choreographer Kamel Quali, who mistakenly declared the group winners, until minutes later, when he returned and admitted the error.

German band Tokio Hotel was then given the award for Best International Group, leaving audience members and fans a bit confused.

The same thing happened to Katy Perry at the 2009 Awards. She was awarded Best International Song honors, when the real winner was R&B songbird Rihanna.

In related news, will.I.am and The Black Eyed Peas have announced the “I.am Hope For Haiti Contest,” which urges fans to go out and fundraise for Haiti.

The top 10 fans that raise funds for the cause will be invited to attend a charity event with will.I.am in San Jose, California on April 1.

The top 3 fundraisers will each receive two free tickets the Black Eyed Peas concert the following day, also in San Jose.

The contest closes on February 12. For more information or to donate visit: http://apps.facebook.com/causes/posts/376481