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The man who stormed off the set of Good Morning America, sang his way back onto the network on Dancing With The Stars. E! Online says...
“After apologizing for his Good Morning America tantrum Chris returned to the ABC network Tuesday to perform on Dancing with the Stars. ‘Hold your glasses up people everywhere and put your hands in the air’ ... The R&B singer busted out to amazingly choreographed numbers on the show and while we waited for Chris to address his GMA tirade. Brown kept it all about the music getting a standing ovation from the judges and the audience.”
The staff at The Hollywood Reporter spoke with dancing pro Cheryl Burke-- and she’s not a fan.
"As a victim of domestic violence, I don't agree with him coming on the show, but it's out of my control."
Brown, who recently had a meltdown on GMA, apologized on BET last week.
ABC REPORTER: “In a rambling message on BET accompanied by a background music track.”
BROWN: “First of all, I wanted to apologize to anybody who was startled in the office, anybody who was offended and really looked disappointed in my actions because I was disappointed in the way I acted. And you know a lot of people don’t know what went down.”
Despite Brown’s recent behavior at GMA, ABC invited him back and are trying to get him and Rihanna together for a reunion.
The Boombox writes, “Media fodder aside, the Virginia native's music sales have not diminished as a result of his antics. His latest album, 'F.A.M.E.,' topped the Billboard album charts this week with an estimated 132,530 copies sold.”
Neither Brown nor Rihanna have commented on the potential reunion.
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Escorts may be Charlie Sheen’s thing, but this time it’s a different kind of escort that has him back in the news.
WTTG ANCHOR: “Charlie Sheen’s show here in the district this week is now in the spotlight with the D.C. police department. Internal affairs, investigating the lights and sirens escort he got into the city for the concert at Constitution Hall. The Chief himself asked for the review after hearing two officers in marked cruisers may have broken police protocol and traffic laws.”
WTTG reports it was the picture Sheen posted on Twitter -- showing the speedometer topping 80 miles per hour and a police car with flashing lights in front of his car -- that alerted authorities. Now, many have just one question.
FOX NEWS MOBILE ANCHOR: “It was the police resources used to get him there. We want to know if the taxpayers are footing the bill?”
While UPI reports Sheen’s publicist did cough up $445 for the escort service, many news outlets point out -- police escorts are usually reserved for diplomats and heads of state. E! Online sarcastically says Congress should rename the District of Columbia the “District of Charlie.”
“For some reason he wound up with the VIP escort—which, in typical winning warlock fashion, he took to Twitter to brag about. While Sheen probably thinks he qualifies for "extraordinary protective measures," there are probably a few cops—not to mention a few tax payers—who will disagree.”
But a writer for The Washington Post doesn’t view Sheen as the problem. He wants to know how it reflects upon the Metropolitan Police Department.
“What does it say about order and discipline in the ranks when two marked police cars could be used for this purpose? And why is Lanier issuing bland statements to the Associated Press rather than being more vocal and more public in her outrage — assuming she is.”
For now, CNN says perhaps this is the only thing Sheen has to brag about for awhile.
CNN: “Not exactly a winning day for Charlie Sheen. He lost his custody battle to his ex-wife Brooke Mueller in L.A., then reportedly bombed his live show in D.C., but apparently Sheen is still trying to see the positive.”
CHARLIE SHEEN: “I just landed, yes. We had a police escort and we ran more red lights than Brooke Mueller heading to a pawn shop.”
CNN ANCHOR: “Ouch.”
According to the Hollywood Reporter, D.C.’s Homeland Security and Special Operations Division gave the okay for the escort.
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