A day after canceling Adam Lambert’s supposed performance on “Good Morning America,” ABC execs will go on with Chris Brown’s scheduled pre-taped interview and performance on the morning show.
The network shoved off all complaints from feminist groups and the gay community regarding the Adam Lambert performance cancellation, and now they garnered more negative rants due to preferring Rihanna’s attacker over a harmless, gay entertainer.
The “Forever” singer will be having a pre-taped tell-all interview with anchor Robin Roberts, and this is to be followed by a performance of the singer’s songs from his upcoming album, “Graffiti,” that’s out in December 8.
According to the New York Post, women and gay activists are terribly upset over the network’s decision, as it supported a convicted abuser to go on air rather than a friendly gay man who just got a little too expressive of his sexuality in a live performance during the weekend.
ABC’s insider reports meanwhile reveal that it’s not Lambert’s sexuality that’s been the issue for his shelved appearance on the morning show-he just “showed himself to be unpredictable on live TV.”
“Chris Brown’s interview was booked way before Adam Lambert took to the stage,” the insider continues. “It is to give him a chance to respond to Rihanna’s interview. The possibility of him performing a song will be worked out next week.”
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