Jordin Sparks says American Music Awards officers messed up when they pulled the plug on Chris Brown, and similar to Kelly Rowland… she’s surprised there’s still dispute about whether he belongs at these occasions.
We got the vocalist outside ABC Studios today in New York City, and she believes Chris has actually been among the finest in the video game for a while now, and definitely ought to’ve been at the AMAs … to carry out and to get the prize he won.
As you understand, Chris informed fans the AMAs canceled his Michael Jackson homage, and while manufacturers still have not provided a factor … Jordin appears to believe it came from him beating Rihanna back in 2009.
Granted, Jordan may be a little prejudiced — she and Chris had a big 2008 struck with “No Air” — however she says that occurrence “shouldn’t even be a conversation anymore” … and Chris’ enormous skill ought to be the focus.
As we reported, Kelly had Chris’ back the 2nd boos began turning up in the AMAs crowd, as she revealed him as the winner for Favorite Male R&B artist — thanking him for his contribution to music.
We got Kelly the day after the AMAs, and she provided us some quite powerful remarks about Chris and the haters. Similar to what Kelly stated, Jordin says everybody should have the opportunity to “grow and learn” without the previous hanging over them.
Clearly, great deals of individuals do not concur, however Jordin’s not shy about support Chris.
She got on phase with him a couple months back throughout his trip … and fans went wild as they carried out “No Air” together for the very first time in more than ten years.