News Bites: Chris Brown Does Good

- Here’s Chris Brown signing DVDs for a charity fundraiser at the Tappahanock Children’s Center in Tappahanock, Virginia. And he was just in Paris over the weekend. That’s his mom Joyce with him. She probably called his ass back hime. “Christopher, you have an obligation. Now put the glowsticks down, tell RiRi you will see her in a day or two, and get your ass down here.” Anyway, nice work, Brown.

- Britney Spears is NOT dating Paris Hilton’s old shoe Benji Madden. “The claims made by In Touch are completely false,” her rep says. “There is not an ounce of truth to any of it.” Supposedly Brit’s dad Jamie and manager Larry Rudolph were auditioning dudes for her or something equally twisted. Babysteps, guys.

- Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell has revealed that his six-year-old son Baylee has been diagnosed with atypical Kawasaki disease, which “causes inflammation in the coronary arteries as well as the walls of the small and medium sized arteries throughout the body.” Ugh, poor kid. Littrell writes that he will be watched closely for the next six to eight weeks by a pediatric cardiologist.


– Here’s Chris Brown signing DVDs for a charity fundraiser at the Tappahanock Children’s Center in Tappahanock, Virginia. And he was just in Paris over the weekend.
That’s his mom Joyce with him. She probably called his ass back hime.
“Christopher, you have an obligation. Now put the glowsticks down, tell
RiRi you will see her in a day or two, and get your ass down here.”
Anyway, nice work, Brown. – Britney Spears is NOT dating Paris Hilton’s old shoe Benji Madden. “The claims made by In Touch are completely false,” her rep says. “There is not an ounce of truth to any of it.” Supposedly Brit’s dad Jamie and manager Larry Rudolph were auditioning dudes for her or something equally twisted. Babysteps, guys.

- Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell has revealed that his six-year-old son Baylee has been diagnosed with atypical Kawasaki disease,
which “causes inflammation in the coronary arteries as well as the
walls of the small and medium sized arteries throughout the body.” Ugh,
poor kid. Littrell writes that he will be watched closely for the next
six to eight weeks by a pediatric cardiologist.