Jordin Sparks Wants People to Move On From Chris Brown’s Past Mistakes: People Deserve To Be Able To Grow & Learn

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Jordin Sparks Wants People to Move On From Chris Brown’s Past Mistakes: People Deserve To Be Able To Grow & Learn

Jordin Sparks is standing with Chris Brown.

The American Idol season six winner is not here for the American Music Awards allegedly scrapping her past collaborator’s Michael Jackson tribute at the last minute.

Jordin Sparks said,

“We love Chris. He should have been there. People deserve to be able to grow and learn and be able to live their life without things hanging over them. Everybody deserves that … him especially.”

As far as Chris Brown’s past mistakes, Jordin Sparks wants people to forgive and forget. She said,

“Honestly, I think that shouldn’t even be a conversation anymore. It’s about his talent. … They just shouldn’t have canceled the performance. That’s how I feel about it.”

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Sparks‘ remarks follow Kelly Rowland’s defense of Chris Brown at this year’s AMAs. Despite his apology and continued success as a musician, not everyone is prepared to forget that the “Look At Me Now” artist viciously assaulted his ex-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009 and has allegedly continued to harass other women since.

Kelly Rowland told the crowd to “chill out” as they started to boo while she was accepting the AMAs trophy for “Favorite Male R&B Artist” in Brown’s honor on Sunday night (Nov.20).

The Destiny’s Child alum said,

“Chris, thank you so much for making great R&B music. I’ll take this award [and] bring it to you. I love you. Congratulations, and congratulations to all the nominees in this category.”

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And this isn’t the first time Sparks has advocated for her past collaborator. The “Battlefield” singer expressed her desire to see Brown use his amazing dancing skills to compete for the mirrorball trophy following her removal from Dancing With The Stars.

She previously said,

“To see him [dance] ballroom? And then he would do contemporary and he’d just – he’d kill everything. It would be amazing.”

For those who may have forgotten, Sparks and Brown have a long history together, having worked on the 2008 smash song “No Air,” which was included on her self-titled debut album. Sparks received her first Grammy nomination for the song for “Best Pop Collaboration,” while also receiving a nod for “Best Female Video” at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards. Its accompanying music video won “Best Heartbreak Video” at the 2008 BET Pre-Awards.

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Authored by: S. G.