Monday, March 27, 2006

Being Chris Brown Is Easy; Playing Him On TV Is Hard

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – It’s easy being 16-year- old singer Chris Brown but it’s hard when you have to play him on TV.

That’s the challenge facing the up-and-coming R&B singer on the episode of the UPN sitcom One On One which airs tonight (Mar. 27).

Brown plays himself on the show and he found the role challenging because, he admits, “The Chris Brown in the script is cockier than the one in real life.”

Still, the plot was something he could relate to because it involves him getting turned down by an attractive woman because of his young age.

Brown says he has met many women who “look down on the age” but says it’s not THAT big a deal because “it’s not like I only go for older women.”

The episode marks his acting debut and he says the scene where he performs his current hit, “Yo (Excuse Me Miss)” was more like acting than his normal concert performances but says he didn’t mind because “the people at the show were actual fans.”

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