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Jordin Sparks Shows Love to Chris Brown After The AMAs Scrapped His Michael Jackson Tribute

Jordin Sparks is one of the few celebrities defending Chris Brown after the AMAs scrapped his Michael Jackson tribute, and according to Jordin via MTO News;

“Honestly, I think that shouldn’t even be a conversation anymore,” Jordin, who used to date Breezy, told TMZ. “It’s about his talent, and they just shouldn’t have canceled the performance. That’s how I feel about it.”

“People deserve to be able to grow and learn and be able to live their life without things hanging over them. Everybody deserves that.”

Kelly Rowland also told TMZ that it’s time to forgive Brown.

“Before we point fingers at anybody we should realise how grateful we are, for every moment that we get, for even our own things that we have. I just think it’s important to remember to be human, we are humans,” Kelly said.

There are rumors claiming the performance was scrapped because the AMAs didn’t want a convicted domestic abuser paying tribute to an alleged child abuser but this has not been confirmed.

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Remember that Sparks and Brown had a debut together.

No Air” is a song by American singers Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown. The song was written by James Fauntleroy II, Harvey Mason Jr., Steve Russell, Erik Griggs and Damon Thomas. It was released in the United States on February 11, 2008, and serves as the second single from Sparks’ self-titled debut album.

“No Air” received mixed to positive reviews from critics. The song reached number one in New Zealand, number three in the United States, and number one in Australia. Also in the U.S, the song has sold 3,596,000 copies, making Sparks first American Idol alumnus to reach the three million mark. Also in New Zealand, the song was the most commercially successful song of 2008. The single is certified Platinum or higher in eight countries.

“No Air” won “Favorite Combined Forces” at the 35th People’s Choice Awards, where it was also nominated for “Favorite Pop Song”. The song also earned Sparks her first Grammy nomination for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals at the 51st Grammy Awards. Its accompanying music video directed by Chris Robinson won “Best Heartbreak Video” at the 2008 BET Pre-Awards and was also nominated for “Best Female Video” at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards. “No Air” was covered by American band, Boyce Avenue and country singer Rissi Palmer in 2008 and also on the television show Glee in 2009.

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