Behind The Scenes Of Chris Brown's Angry Interview On Good Morning America
INSIDE EDITION reports on the latest news of Chris Brown who appears to be unaffected by his violent rage at Good Morning America yesterday.
Chris Brown doesn't seem too worried about his window smashing meltdown at Good Morning America. The singer was all smiles while he signed autographs and posed for pictures with fans heading into to his album release party Tuesday night.
Inside the release party, Brown ripped off his shirt again and performed onstage in just a blazer. Earlier in the day he also showed off his skills on the basketball court. Clearly the GMA drama didn't affect his game.
Despite the fun and games, Brown's "Chrissy Fit" is making headlines.
And GMA's Robin Roberts is speaking out about the violent outburst that took place after she asked about his notorious beating of former girlfriend Rihanna.
"Anytime we have a guest here we let them know ahead of time the subject matter and topics that we're going to discuss and even right before the interview I told him that. I was shocked like everyone else," Roberts said.
An enraged Brown stormed down the hallway after the interview and threw a cooler. He trashed the dressing room before picking up a metal chair and smash the second floor window.
Luckily for Brown, who is on probation until 2014, cops were never called and ABC isn't pressing charges. And after all the drama, GMA actually wants Brown to come back!
"We extended the invitation, we'd love to have him back," said Roberts.
Brown's freak out is now fodder for the late night comics.
"Chris Brown threw a chair and then stormed out of the building. I guess the big news here is that Chris Brown has been dating a chair," Conan joked.
And Jimmy Kimmel said, "I guess he's not a morning person."
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