What are your New Year resolutions? If you’re a celebrity, your reoslutions probably revolve around boosting your career: working on another movie, expanding the next international tour, maybe finally even hosting Saturday Night Live. More publicity is always better, right?
Wrong, according to Chris Brown. Or, at least, his manager, because it won’t be heard from the singer himself due to his new pledge. Yes, Chris Brown’s 2012 proclamation is to steer clear of ALL interviews. For the next twelve months. No matter what. Read on to see what he has to say about it…through the words of his manager, of course.
In a recent interview with Billboard, Chris Brown’s manager Tina Davis shared that the singer would not be doing any interviews in 2012. Why? She told Billboard that, instead, he will “concentrate on performing and recording.” She added:
We’re not trying to be rude, selfish or disrespectful to anyone in anyway. If people are going to judge anything, judge him for his talent.
How long will he keep this pledge active? The singer actually has a big year ahead: he has been nominated for three GRAMMY awards - Best R & B Album, Best Rap Performance, and Best Rap Song – and is set to attend the award ceremony for the first time since his incident with Rihanna. A Los Angeles judge eased the resulting restraining order in place to allow the two to both attend work-related events.
An insider told RadarOnline.com that the singer may not only be onstage if he wins: “Chris absolutely plans on attending the Grammys and is in talks with producers of the show to possibly perform,” the insider says. “Chris performed at the MTV Video Music Awards several months ago, and his performance was simply over the top as he was flying through the air like an acrobat. Chris’ performance stole the show, and he would love to do something at the Grammy’s to top his VMA performance.”
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