Don't be cruel to Bobby Brown.
Earlier today, Bobby had to drop out of New Edition's string of reunion concerts once aptly titled the All Six Tour.
The reason? Bobby just isn't as young as he used to be.
After failing to keep up with the other five members of New Edition while they were performing earlier this month, and eventually needing to leave the stage altogether, Bobby has officially bailed on the remaining shows, citing medical reasons.
The 45-year-old singer says:
Oooo, it's so hard to watch and yet we can never look away!
Those awkward TV moments when a celeb decides they'd rather walk out of an interview rather than face another question!
It happened to the incomparable Joan Rivers this week (see below) when she stormed off camera after CNN's Fredricka Whitfield asked one too many times about the comedienne's controversies over the years!
But Joan's not the only celeb to put an abrupt end to a sit down! Look at all of these other stars who have gotten up and gotten out in the middle of a LIVE interview!
See all of the uncomfortable conversations…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Oh, how the tables have turned!
We're used to seeing Bobby Brown being called out for illegal actions, but this time he is the one bringing attention to someone else's bad behavior.
The troubled legend filed a lawsuit yesterday against The National Enquirer over an article published just six weeks following Whitney Houston's shocking death.
The story by the tabloid in question suggested that he had plans to re-marry his ex-wife before she died.
Talking about the deceased and those in mourning like that is never okay. There was DEFINITELY a boundary crossed and we just hope Bobby gets the justice he is looking for.
[Image via WENN.]
55 days? More like 9 hours!
Bobby Brown has received
the celebrity treatment a nice break with his jail sentence that had him serving serious time in the slammer for his 3rd DUI.
Although he was supposed to be locked up for 55 days, it was suspected that it’d be 9 days due to overcrowding, but things must have gotten even more crowded in a matter of minutes because he ended up only serving 9 HOURS!
Remember do the crime, pay the time??
He will remain on probation for 4 years and have to attend alcohol education classes for 18 months after pleading no contest to DUI and driving on a suspended license.
Well, we hope those 9 hours really helped him learn a lesson.
[Image via Dan Jackman/WENN.]