Chris Brown ‘Seriously’ Considering Returning To ABC’s ‘GMA’ After Outburst

Written by Michael Lambarde on Mar. 24, 2011

Chris Brown may have earned himself some controversy after his first stint on Good Morning America this past Tuesday, but that isn’t stopping ABC from bringing back a second time after the publicity he brought in for them.

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On Wednesday, a day after the incident, ABC announced that they not only would not be pressing charges on Brown for allegedly acting violently in his dressing room, leading to breaking a window with a chair, but they would be bringing him back to the number two rated morning news program on network television. Co-anchor Robin Roberts announced on Wednesday that the show has extended another invitation for Brown to be back on the show.

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Roberts said that, “I wish him the absolute best. We extended the invitation to him [to come back], and sure hope he takes us up on it because I’d sure love to have another chat with him.” Roberts admitted that she was shocked about the outburst of Brown. She said before anyone is brought on the show, the guest is informed beforehand on the kind of issues going to be covered. She confirmed that Brown knew that Rihanna was definitely part of the issues that would be discussed. Roberts revealed that Brown is “seriously” considering the invitation to be back on the show.