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Chris Brown Will Appear on '20/20' to Discuss Assault of Rihanna

by Jane Boursaw, posted Nov 29th 2009 10:00PM
Chris Brown to appear on 20/20Chris Brown will appear on '20/20' on Dec. 11 to discuss his assault of ex-girlfriend Rihanna in February. The R&B star will sit down with 'Good Morning America' anchor Robin Roberts, who recently interviewed Janet Jackson.

Earlier this month, Rihanna opened up about the assault on 'Good Morning America,' telling Diane Sawyer, "There are a lot of women who experienced what I did, but not in the public. So, it made it really difficult. I just felt, 'Oh my god, here goes my little bit of privacy.' It's something that nobody wants anybody to know."

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Chris Brown Tells MTV's Sway "I'm Human" and "It Hurts" (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Nov 9th 2009 2:47PM
In an interview with Sway Calloway of MTV News, Chris Brown said he continues to struggle with the public's perception of him after beating R&B singer Rihanna in a case of domestic abuse which took place earlier in the year on Feb. 7.

"I'm confused, right now, as far as the public perception," said Brown. "I think, with my fans, they still love me. They support me. Definitely, you have those people that don't support you. It's kind of fifty-fifty to me."

Watch the video after the jump.

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Gideon Yago leaving MTV

by Julia Ward, posted Jan 27th 2007 3:05PM
Gideon YagoMTV News' Gideon Yago is bidding the network adieu to pursue "creative ventures" on the Left Coast. Yago has been one of the slightly more tolerable voices of MTV News for the past seven years, but a screenplay sale to Focus Features has him packing his bags.

Idolator published his farewell note to his co-workers, which included this classy send-off, "I have learned a great many things during my tenure here...There is one lesson, however, that I consider far more valuable than all the others combined: our audience deserves integrity and respect. Growing up in America is a difficult, sometimes traumatic, often alienating, very strange proposition. In between trying to figure out who they are and what matters in life, there is a chorus of parents, teachers, people and pitchmen telling them what to think and what to do...please keep fighting for them and thinking of them in the fine work that you all do."

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