Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Where's the chorus over Brown visit?

Now Rotorua is to host one of the United States' most notorious bad boys of the entertainment world - Bobby Brown. Like a modern day Miles Davis, who detested white men (but enjoyed the company of white girls!), Bobby Brown has shown more form than a generation of musicians, British pop bands included.

His stellar career has included the following lowlights:

In 1993, arrested for an overly suggestive stage performance.

In 1995, arrested after a brawl in a Disney World nightclub. A patron allegedly made a pass at a woman in Brown's company had his ear at least partially torn off. (Brown settled out of court and charges were dropped.)

harged with battery several months in Los Angeles after allegedly kicking a hotel security guard who tried to halt a party in Brown's room (sentenced to two years' probation).

The same year, Brown checked himself into the Betty Ford Clinic to battle drug and alcohol problems. August 1996, he wrecked wife Whitney Houston's leased Porsche while speeding in Florida with a reported blood-alcohol level twice the legal limit.

In the summer of 1998, Brown was arrested for sexual battery in 1998 over alleged incident in the Beverly Hills Hotel, although no charges were filed for lack of evidence.

The drunk-driving incident led to five days in gaol; after spending time in rehab, he was arrested again for allegedly having shown up at the jail drunk.

Brown then reportedly violated his probation by testing positive for cocaine several times; while those charges were dropped, he was sentenced to 75 days in jail for refusing to take another drug test in the summer of 2000.

He returned to the spotlight in 2002. Following a duet with Ja Rule he was captured by the police for marijuana possession and driving without a license after a routine stop for speeding.

Sexual battery against his then wife, Whitney Houston.
Other instances are numerous.

Situation reversed, any of the aforementioned would keep Brown out of the United States.

Welcome to New Zealand, Bobby!

www.stuff.co.nz

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

BobbyBrown - The Greatest Hits Tour 2007

BobbyBrown - The Greatest Hits Tour 2007

with special guests Ardijah

Sunday 15 July @ Energy Events Centre, Rotorua
Tickets from Ticketek, ph 07 350 2244 or www.ticketek.co.nz
Wednesday 18 July @ TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre, Manakau, Auckland
Tickets from Ticket Direct, ph 0800 4 TICKET or www.ticketdirect.co.nz

www.ticketek.co.nz

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Bobby Brown Australian Tour

Bobby Brown - The Greatest Hits Tour!

He's been called "King of Stage", "Brown Bomber," and "The Bad Boy of RnB", among other illustrious monikers. However, by any title, singer, songwriter, producer and performer Bobby Brown is a certified superstar. Since his solo debut in 1985, Bobby has earned himself a legion of fans internationally, selling millions of records globally in the process. One of the biggest RnB stars during the 80's and 90's, Bobby Brown was the artist who popularized the genre 'new jack swing' by blending classic soul, urban grooves and hip hop beats, with the help of producers extraordinaire, Teddy Riley, Babyface and LA Reid. He released a countless string of hits during his career including "Don't Be Cruel", "My Prerogative", "Every Little Step", "Rock Witchu", "Humpin Around", "Two Can Play That Game", "Good Enough", "We've Got Something In Common", "Thug Lovin" (with Ja Rule) and many more. Now for the first time in over ten years, Bobby Brown returns to blow Australian audiences away with a series of live and intimate showcases what is Bobby Brown and also a special tribute to New Edition!

Dates & Venues JULY 07

* Thursday 19th Melbourne - Metro
* Friday 20th Sydney - Enmore
* Saturday 21st Brisbane - Mercury
* Sunday 22nd Perth - Metro City

Thanks for the email

Monday, June 11, 2007

24 HOURS WITH Bobby Airs tonight

on ITV1, 10PM

THIS is being billed as the ultimate chat-show. One guest, one host, one room - and neither can leave for... 24 hours.

It is undeniably a great idea, despite the fact that it has been edited down to 24 ITV minutes, which suggests that most of those 24 hours must have been spent either asleep or playing I-Spy to relieve the tedium.

The presenter is documentary-maker Jamie Campbell, whose posh vowels guarantee an almighty culture clash with his first interviewee, the ex-Mr Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown.

He was once hailed as the next Michael Jackson, while Osama bin Laden wanted him assassinated so he could have Whitney for himself.

Now he is locked in a cheap set making chit-chat with a British guy he's never heard of. The fact that he'd even agree to such a stunt is a gauge of how far his celebrity has slipped.

A little clock counts down the minutes left and around the 12-hour mark things turn ugly when Jamie makes a quip about how he measures up as a cell mate. "I haven't tried any sex moves on you yet," he jokes, at which point Bobby flips.

"What do you mean 'yet'?"Brown demands. "Are you gay?" Oh, dear. This never happened on Wogan.


www.mirror.co.uk

Friday, June 08, 2007

Here's Another Clip of 24 Hours With Bobby Brown

The description of this clip is: Bobby Brown on Whitney and drugs.



Here's the direct Youtube link www.youtube.com

Thank you, KK.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

July '07 issue of Sister 2 Sister Magazine

Bobby will be featured in the magazine as well as on the cover..

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

The Gallery

Is back up (finally)!!! I do have to add the more recent pictures of Bobby, but that shouldn't take very long (hopefully)...

Very special thanks to Sylwia :)

 

                                                                        
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