Chris Brown Storms Out on Robin Roberts and Breaks Window
R&B singer Chris Brown stormed off the set of “Good Morning America” today after co-anchor Robin Roberts asked him about his domestic abuse incident with Rihanna.
“What’s going on now is recently the restraining order has been relaxed,” Roberts began, referring to the restraining order placed on Brown after his 2009 altercation with his pop star ex-girlfriend. “Have you all seen each other, been around each other?”
“I mean, not really,” Brown replied. “It’s not really a big deal to me now as far as that situation. I think I’m past that in my life. I think today’s the album day so that’s what I’m focused on. Everybody go get that album.”
Roberts asked Brown about the situation two more times; Brown seemed increasingly agitated as their conversation progressed. After the interview, Brown performed “Yeah 3x,” the lead single off his new album, “F.A.M.E.” The moment the song ended, he let loose.
Brown stormed off stage and went back to his dressing room. Then he came back down the hall, still backstage, and stopped upon seeing the person who produced the segment. Brown didn’t have his shirt on.
The show’s hair and makeup staff said they had called security because they heard loud noises coming from Brown’s dressing room.
It was then discovered that a window had been smashed in Brown’s dressing room. The thick glass was destroyed and strewn across the street below.
Danish concert-goers walk out on Whitney Houston; critics slam the show: Too bad for Whitney Houston that Denmark did let her in the country: According to the Copenhagen Post, a couple hundred fans walked out of a concert Friday when Houston’s voice didn’t deliver as promised, and at least one reviewer gave her zero stars for her effort.
Reviewers from Denmark’s major media outlets all “blasted” the show, according to the Post, which noted that fans also booed while Houston spoke about the late Michael Jackson.
“She looked and sounded like a person who doesn’t have many years left to live,” the zero-stars … … critic for the Berlingske Tidende newspaper said in his review (which we’re pretty sure we’ve linked to here, but hey, we don’t speak Danish — Google Translate is our friend). “At the end of the show she looked like she was ready to explode.”One thing we do know for sure: The paper’s “Whitney Flopper i Forum” photo gallery is jam-packed with less-than-flattering pics of the diva onstage.
“Flopper i Forum” — really, who needs that translated?
– Christie D’Zurilla
Model Dies From Anorexia:
28 Year Old Model Dies From Anorexia:Isabelle Caro, a French actress and model whose emaciated image appeared in a shock Italian ad campaign and whose anorexia and career were followed by others suffering from eating disorders, has died at the age of 28. She weighed about 27 kilograms, or 59 pounds, when the photos were taken.
When Lebron Cries:
Apparently Lebron is realizing that Basketball is tougher than he thinks. His team isn’t doing well, he’s missing last second shots, and everyone in the locker room is in tears. Time to sing!!Check out my song “When Lebron Cries” done to Prince’s “When Doves Cry”
Read more: When Lebron Cries – Glenn Parody Song http://q104.radio.com/2011/03/09/when-lebron-cries-glenn-parody-song/#ixzz1GVbxHjxW
Tampa, FL – Honk If I Need Education: A Tampa mother is defending her decision to stick her teenage son on a street corner with a sign that says, among other things, “GPA 1.22 … honk if I need education.”
Ronda Holder says she and the boy’s father have tried everything to get their 15-year-old to shape up academically. They’ve offered help, asked to see homework, grounded, lectured him and confiscated his cell phone. James Mond III’s indifference at a school meeting last week was the final straw. The next day, Holder made the sign and made her son wear it for nearly four hours.
Experts criticized the move as humiliating and ineffective, and someone reported Holder to the Department of Children and Families.
Holder insists she’s fighting for her child’s education.
Basket Ball Wife Canned: Dwight Howard and his camp can silently breathe a sigh of relief. The mother of his young son, Royce Reed, is likely being replaced on VH1’s popular reality show Basketball Wives.
Shaunie O’Neal, who is the executive producer of Basketball Wives, recently told the Los Angeles Times Royce Reed has almost “no connection” to the show anymore due to her legal issues with Orlando Magic star Dwight Howard. Royce Reed is banned from mentioning Dwight Howard’s name on the show.
Snow Ice Flakes and Flavor Flav:
This cabin fever thing can do so many things to the mind, especially when everything on TV is about carnage. Sure, it’s sad that the Congresswoman was shot in the head by a raving lunatic who everyone but the psyche ward knew.
And the two exploding BMW’s, within six miles of each other seemed like some sort of foreshadowing of Julian Assange’s fear of ‘illegal rendition’ to the US. Turns out he has nightmares about Gitmo and drinking too much water at one time.
Too much sordid serious stuff, with every other channel featuring an Elmer Gantry with an answer to the plunging birds and drowning fish and submerging metropolises around the globe – End Times.
The lesson, though, was that the channels that cable companies make mandatory, like MTV and VH1 actually serve a purpose.
With reruns of Flavor Flav and his unambitious harem, the androgenous Bridgitte Neilson complete with the sum of her remanufactured parts and base females like Delicious and New York, who cares about a little cabin fever?