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For the past 14 years, BET‘s long-running live entertainment show 106 & Park has delighted audiences with its mix of talk show fun and music video countdowns. The show will air its last episode this Friday for a special two-hour live finale featuring past hosts of the program.

BET made the announcement that the show was ending earlier this year, so the moment isn’t much of a shock. However, 106 & Park fans tuned in at a chance to see their favorite music stars on set in a bid to learn a little more about them. Currently, Shad Moss (formerly known as Bow Wow) and Keisha Chante have been gamely holding down the hosting duties. They will be joined on set for the finale by some of the show’s popular past hosts.

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It’s official! “106 & PARK” bids farewell on Friday, December 19, 2014 at 6 pm/ET. The live, two-hour finale will take a look back at the impressive history of “106 & PARK,” along with a few of 106’s most notable guests. A staple in pop culture for over a decade, “106 & PARK” established itself as the stage where stars were made and the premiere platform showcasing the best in entertainment from Hollywood’s A-list, music’s top recording artists to First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama. Join “106 & PARK” throughout the week to see former hosts return to the show and celebrities including Nicki Minaj, Ludacris, Ne-Yo, Common, Big Sean, Ashanti, Fabolous, and Ja Rule wish 106 farewell!

On Friday’s farewell celebration, “106 Final Act,” past “106 & PARK” hosts including original hosts AJ and Free (2000 – 2005), Big Tigger and Julissa (2005 – 2006), Terrence J. and Rocsi (2006 – 2012), and The Search hosts: Miss Mykie, Paigion and Shorty da Prince (2012 – 2013), join current hosts Shad Moss (formerly Bow Wow) and Keshia Chanté (2013 – 2014) for the final airing of “106 & PARK,” which will feature performances from Fabolous and Ne-Yo. Before “106 & PARK” says goodbye, the hosts will recap the Hollywood stars that appeared throughout the years, Freestyle Friday, the show’s popular Freestyle rap battle, and reintroduce some of the artists that got their big break from appearing on the show.

Now that it’s ending, it’s pretty easy to start remembering some favorite moments of the show. What were some of yours? Share with us in the comments if you wish.

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