LOS ANGELES -- The 25th annual NAACP Image Awards were presented Saturday in ceremonies at Pasadena's Civic Auditorium.
The winners were:
Entertainer of the year: Michael Jackson.
Motion picture: 'Sister Act' (Touchstone Pictures).
Actor, motion picture: Denzel Washington, 'Mississippi Masala.'
Actress, motion picture: Whoopie Goldberg, 'Sister Act.'
Comedy series: 'Martin.'
Actor, comedy series: Charles Dutton, 'Roc.'
Actress, comedy series: Jasmine Guy, 'A Different World.'
Drama series, television movie or mini-series: 'I'll Fly Away.'
Actor in a drama series, television movie or mini-series: Dorian Harwood, 'I'll Fly Away.'
Actress in a drama series, television movie or mini-series: Regina Taylor, 'I'll Fly Away.'
Variety series: 'In Living Color.'
Variety special: 'Great Performances: Natalie Cole - Unforgettable With Love.'
News, talk or inforation series or special: 'The Oprah Winfrey Show. '
Daytime drama: 'The Young and the Restless.'
Actor in a daytime drama: Kristoff St. John, 'The Young and the Restless.'
Actress in a daytime drama: Victoria Rowell, 'The Young and the Restless.'
Youth actor or actress (under 18): Jaleel White, 'Family Matters.'
New artist or group: Arrested Development, '3 Years, 5 Months And 2 Days in The Life Of...'
Gospel artist or group: Be Be & Ce Ce Winans, 'Different Lifestyles. '
Jazz artist or group: Wynton Marsalis, 'Blue Interlude.'
Rap artist or group: Arrested Development, '3 Years, 5 Months And 2 Days In The Life of...'
World music artist or group: Shabba Ranks, 'Rough and Ready Vol. 1.'
Male recording artist: Stevie Wonder, 'These Three Words.'L
Female recording artist: Vanessa Williams, 'Safe The Best For Last.'
Vocal group: Boyz II Men, 'End of The Road.'
Music video: 'Black Or White,' Michael Jackson.
Album: 'Boomerang,' various artists.
Outstanding literary work: 'Waiting To Exhale,' Terry McMillan.
Chairman's award: Ron Brown.
Hall of fame awards: Jerry Butler, Carmen McRae.
Key of Life award: 'Time Out' team, Earvin 'Magic' Johnson, Arsenio Hall and Malcolm-Jamal Warner.
Leonard H. Carter Humanitarian Award: KJLH radio, Jim Brown.
Roy Wilkins Civil Rights Award: Jesse Jackson.
Corporate award: La FaceRecords.
Silver awards: Maggie Hathaway, Bob Jones and Percy Sutton.