Chris Brown wants to duet with Rihanna at Grammys

Chris Brown

R&B star Chris Brown wants to duet with his rekindled love Rihanna at the Grammys on February 10, four years after they were forced to pull out of the event because he assaulted her.

The 'Turn Up The Music' singer - who recently rekindled his romance with the 24-year-old Rihanna despite still being on probation for beating her after a pre-Grammys bash in 2009 - reportedly wants her to take to the stage with him at this year's Grammys in Los Angeles, reported Radar Online.

"Chris wants to perform with Rihanna at the Grammys to show the whole world they are back together. Chris doesn't care what the haters say, and wants to give the viewers an over the top performance with Rihanna," said a source.

"He wants the fans to know this is the real deal, and he is a changed man. If Rihanna can forgive him, the rest of the world should move on from what happened four years ago," the source added.

A Grammys insider said that producers were hesitant to give the couple the green light to perform at the ceremony together, saying, "It's an extremely delicate situation and there is concern about the backlash the performance could receive. But it could also be ratings gold."

Rihanna is nominated in three categories at this year's Grammys, including Best Pop Solo.

Please read our terms of use before posting comments
TERMS OF USE: The views, opinions and comments posted are your, and are not endorsed by this website. You shall be solely responsible for the comment posted here. The website reserves the right to delete, reject, or otherwise remove any views, opinions and comments posted or part thereof. You shall ensure that the comment is not inflammatory, abusive, derogatory, defamatory &/or obscene, or contain pornographic matter and/or does not constitute hate mail, or violate privacy of any person (s) or breach confidentiality or otherwise is illegal, immoral or contrary to public policy. Nor should it contain anything infringing copyright &/or intellectual property rights of any person(s).
comments powered by Disqus