Rihanna and Chris Brown
Could Rihanna and on-again/off-again beau Chris Brown really be spending time together just three weeks after his arrest?
People reports the singers are at one of Sean "Diddy" Combs' homes on Miami Beach's Star Island. "They care for each other," a source tells the magazine. "While Chris is reflective and saddened ...
Rihanna has made her first statement since her boyfriend, Chris Brown, was arrested on the night of the Grammys. She did not address Brown's arrest or the accusations against him, but thanked her fans for their support.
"At the request of the authorities, Rihanna is not commenting about the incident involving Chris Brown," read a statement. "She wants to assure her fans that she remains strong, is doing well, and deeply appreciates the outpouring of support she has received during this difficult time."
The artist's statement comes just as Los Angeles police are investigating whether a photo of a battered woman reported to be her came from within their own department, police confirm to TVGuide.com.
Chris Brown said he was "sorry and saddened" on Sunday, his first statement since the R&B singer skipped the Grammy Awards and turned himself in to police in a domestic violence investigation a week ago.
Brown, who has not been charged, was booked for investigation of a criminal threat stemming from an argument with an unidentified woman, authorities said. He was released on $50,000 bail.
"Words cannot begin to express how sorry and saddened I am over what transpired. I am seeking ...
Rihanna, Chris Brown
Prosecutors won't press charges based on the initial investigation of Chris Brown, but asked officers to gather more evidence as they decide whether to proceed against him.
The Los Angeles Police Department presented the case to the District Attorney's office Tuesday, but prosecutors felt a deeper investigation was warranted, D.A. spokeswoman Jane Robison told TVGuide.com. Robison said that police have 30 days to investigate after a person posts bail. Brown was released on $50,000 bail Sunday night.
Meanwhile, Brown's once clean-cut, nice-guy image continues to suffer. The 19-year-old, whose Wrigley Gum ads were suspended Monday, will no longer ...
Chris Brown, Rihanna
Chris Brown's cancelled appearance at The Grammys was only the first of many.
The R&B star, arrested Sunday in a felony battery case, has also pulled out of a scheduled appearance at Sunday's 2009 NBA All-Star Game. The basketball fanatic had been expected to announce the players with Shaquille O'Neal before tip-off at Phoenix's US Airways Center. Brown also dropped out of playing in Friday's All-Star Celebrity Game.
Rihanna, who the Los Angeles Times has identified as the accuser in the case, postponed a sold-out show scheduled for Friday in Kuala Lumpur ...
Rihanna and Chris Brown
The shocking news of Chris Brown's abrupt Grammy cancelation and arrest in a felony battery case had the industry buzzing Monday about whether his girlfriend Rihanna, also a Grammy no-show, was involved. Police refuse to identify Brown's accuser and no charges have been filed against the 19-year-old singer, who was booked on criminal threats and released on $50,000 bail on Sunday night.
"LAPD arrested him, but we have not ...
Rihanna and Chris Brown
Chris Brown surrendered to police in a felony battery investigation, skipping his performance at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, according to People.
"He turned himself in around 7 p.m. to one of our stations and is being interviewed by detectives now," LAPD Officer Karen Smith told the magazine. He was booked into the jail and was later released after posting $50,000 bail. Brown is due in court March 5.
Grammy officials earlier announced that Brown and his girlfriend, Rihanna, abruptly canceled their performances at the music awards show. What happened? Read on to find out...
Alicia Keys may have led the way with five American Music Awards nominations, but it was Chris Brown who stole the show Sunday night.
The singer scooped up three trophies, including male soul/R&B artists, male pop/rock artist and the big kahuna, artist of the year.
Keys converted album nods in ...
Did you know that buried in Chris Brown's "Forever" single is a reference to the classic chewing-gum jingle for Doublemint? According to the Wall Street Journal, "Forever" is an extended version of the Doublemint jingle that Brown was commissioned to write as Wrigley strives to update its image. One thing's for certain, this kid really knows how to work a pack of gum!
We're big Chris Brown fans here, but despite how much he rocked the plaza on the Today show last Friday, we couldnt help but chuckle through the whole thing. Not only did his bodyguard get a little overzealous smacking the teen girls hands away around the minute mark, but seeing Lester, Ann and Al rock out while singing "I need you, Boo" at the end was priceless! Watch the video now!