It has not yet been announced whether LaBelle will lead the tribute alone or be accompanied by other guests.
Turner passed away at 83 due to a long illness in her home in Küsnacht near Zurich, Switzerland.
LaBelle, presented with the BET Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011, was among the artists to pay tribute to Turner in a social media post.
“Tina, the world will forever be grateful for your voice, your fearlessness, and your grace,” wrote LaBelle in a caption for a photo of Turner. “You truly are the Queen of Rock & Roll and your spirit will reign forever! Rest in eternal peace and love!”
BET Networks has announced the second set of performers for its upcoming ceremony, in addition to LaBelle.
Fabolous, Redman, Styles P, and YG are among the new faces participating in the 50th-anniversary celebration of hip-hop.
Previously announced hip-hop 50 performers include the Sugarhill Gang, MC Lyte, Big Daddy Kane, E-40, Fat Joe, Warren G, Trina, Remy Ma and more.
Emerging rap acts Latto and Ice Spice will be performing on the main stage, while Lola Brooke and Kali will showcase their talent on the BET Amplified Stage.
Busta Rhymes will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award and perform a decades-spanning set.
Swizz Beatz, M.O.P., Rah Digga, Scar Lip, Dexta Daps, Coi Leray, Super Cat, Bia, and Spice are among the many artists set to honor Rhymes.
This year, Beyoncé, Chris Brown, and SZA have received four nominations each, making them the most nominated R&B artists. It has not yet been announced who will be hosting the 2023 BET Awards.
Read 15 facts about the 2023 BET Awards nominees here.