american idol alum jordin sparksThe 32-year-old former Destiny’s Child singer has joined Kelly Rowland41 chris brown, 33, after getting booed at the American Music Awards on Nov. 20. Jordan was contacted a tmz reporter earlier this week, and she didn’t hold back on her thoughts (watch the video here). “You love asking me about Chris, but we love Chris!”, the 32-year-old gleefully said. “No, we love Chris, he should have been there.” She also said that people “deserve to be able to grow and learn” and that people “should be able to live their lives without things hanging on them.” Furthermore, Jordin said that “everyone” deserves it, “especially her.”
When the reporter asked the “Tattooed” singer if people should “move on” from her past (apparently referencing her troubled past) Rihanna), she said that they should “focus” on the music. “Honestly, I think there shouldn’t even be a conversation anymore,” Jordin replied. “It’s about his talent, he shouldn’t have canceled the performance – that’s how I feel about it.”
The “No Guidance” singer was set to perform at the AMAs on Sunday, but the show put a hold on her performance. Chris took to Instagram to share a video of their performance, and captioned it, “U serious?” On the night of the awards show, the 33-year-old won the award for Favorite Male R&B Artist and Kelly accepted the award on his behalf. On accepting the award, the audience started booing and the 41-year-old made it clear that she would not be taking it.
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“Chris Brown isn’t here tonight, so I’m accepting his award on his behalf,” Kelly began. “Sorry, calm down. But I want to thank Chris so much for making great R&B music, and I want to say thank you for being an incredible artist. I’ll take this award and pass it on to you.” Will bring. I love you, congratulations. next day, tmz approached the songwriter outside his car and asked him to comment on supporting Chris. “I believe grace is very real,” she told the outlet. “And we all need a dose of that. And before we point fingers at anyone, we should realize how grateful we are for every moment we have. Even our own things that we have. I think it’s important to remember being human. We are human.
The reporter then asked Kelly a similar question he had asked Jordan, which is whether the Grammy-winner should be “forgiven”. Kelly answered with a surprising yes. “We all need to forgive for whatever we may have done. Whatever we’ve been thinking. We all fall short in some way. And grace is real. We are human. And every Somebody deserves grace,” he concluded. Chris first dated Rihanna in 2008, but things took a turn in 2009 when he was “charged with felony domestic assault”. nbc news, In relation to the “Umbrella” singer. Later, in 2012, they got back together for a year before calling it quits in 2013.