Chris Brown has been confirmed to be a performer at the iHeartRadio Music Awards taking place next month. Demi Lovato, Maroon 5, Zayn, Fetty Wap, DNCE, and Pitbull are also scheduled to perform.
Last year, Brown hit the IHR stage with Jamie Foxx to perform Foxx’s single “You Changed Me.”
The iHeartRadio Music Awards will be hosted by Jason Derulo and take place on April 3 at The Forum in L.A. and air live at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on TBS, truTV, TNT, and all iHeart radio stations.
In other Breezy news, it seems Brown will let the world in on his hectic life in a forthcoming documentary called “Welcome to My Life.” The singer shared a movie poster of the doc on his Instagram.
“He went from being America’s sweetheart to public enemy number one,” reads the poster, suggesting the Brown will reveal his life and thoughts as he went from a squeaky clean teen sensation to the guy the mainstream media loves to hate. It will most likely touch on his childhood, his rise to fame as a young talent, the assault case regarding Rihanna, his personal relationships (romantic and otherwise), and other legal troubles.
Andrew Sandler is listed as the director and Riveting Entertainment is listed as the production company. Brown did reveal any release date, nor whether the doc will be on television or in the theaters.
Do you think this documentary will help his image in the eye of public opinion?