Convicted girlfriend beater Chris Brown is starting to land a few gigs again.
The R&B singer will perform live on “Good Morning America” in early December, reports RadarOnline.com.
Brown is scheduled to do a pre-tapped “tell-all” interview with co-anchor of the morning show, Robin Roberts, and then will perform live in the studio, though all of the details are reportedly still being worked out.
This interview comes just a few weeks after Rihanna sat down to have her own “tell-all” interview with Diane Sawyer. That interviewed aired in parts on “Good Morning America” and “20/20.”
But it hasn’t been all good news for Brown, who has remained on the limelight fringe since his August assault conviction of superstar singer Rihanna.
Just days before he confirmed his appearance on “Good Morning America” the singer found out he’d been dropped from Timbaland’s upcoming CD.
The album, called “Shock Value II,” comes from the same singer-producer who is best known for hit songs like “Apologize” and for his collaborations with performers like Nelly Furtado and Justin Timberlake.
But according to E! Online, Brown leaving Timbaland’s album was all in good faith.
“The decision was a mutual decision since both artists were at the time working on their solo projects,” a rep for Timbaland told E! News.
However inside sources maintain that Brown’s vocals were cut from the track “The One I Love” due to the continuing “drama” in his life. Still, Timbaland’s camp denies this is the case.
“Chris is a friend to us,” Timbaland’s rep said.
Timbaland’s newest album is due out on December 8. Oddly enough, Chris Brown’s latest work, “Graffiti,” is expected to hit stores the same day.
Via: NY Daily News.com