Chris Brown is making one more high-profile attempt at telling his side of the story. 'Good Morning America' has booked the 20-year-old R&B singer for a sit down interview to be aired next week.
Brown's chat with GMA anchor Robin Roberts is being billed as a must see "tell-all" interview.
The news isn't sitting right with gay activists who accuse the network of having double standards after GMA canceled 'American Idol' runner-up, Adam Lambert's performance following his racy man-kiss on the American Music Award's last week.
"The network is giving a mixed message-that it doesn't trust someone who shocked with an unpredictable show and a gay kiss, but then it is happy to go ahead with Chris Brown, who was convicted of felony assault," a source told the New York Post.
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