BET Awards 2010: Chris Brown Looks at the ‘Man in the Mirror

The BET Awards are over, and the performer who set off the HAS-mail must show buzz is Chris Brown.

The singer and dancer pled guilty last year to assault His ex-girlfriend, singer Rihanna, and was Sentenced to Five Years of Probation and 180 days community labor. Since then he Has Been Struggling shaft to mount a comeback album sales historian goods slackened.

On last night's awards show, he Tried to His Image rehab and why fans Remind They May Have liked HIM in the first place. After Being Introduced by Jermaine Jackson, Brown paid tribute to Michael Jackson by dancing along to Some of His hits, like "Billie Jean," copying and Some of His signature moves. When It Came to the close of the routine, and Brown was Supposed to dance and sing along to the Jackson song "Man in the Mirror," he seemed to become Overcome with emotion, and sobbed his way through the number.

"Man in the Mirror" is a track off of Jackson's 1987 solo album, "Bad." It was written by Siedah Garrett and Glen Ballard. The lyrics to "Man in the Mirror" include the lines "I've been a victim of a selfish child of love ... I'm starting with the Man in the Mirror / I'm asking HIM to change His ways."

Brown's performance set off a Debate INSTANTLY online. His tears had he faking? And what was he getting so emotional about? Rihanna? His career setback? Jackson's Death? Something else?

Later on the BET broadcast, When Brown Came up to accept the AOL Fandemonium prize, an award honors historian That fans' devotion online, he said "I let you down before but I will not do it again, I promise."

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