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In his People magazine interview, Chris Brown appears to feel betrayed by Oprah Winfrey and her decision to air an episode that called attention to domestic violence – dedicated to “all the Rihannas of the world.”

The 20-year-old R&B singer said, “I commend Oprah on being like, ‘This is a problem,’ but it was a slap in my face.”

“I did a lot of stuff for her, like going to Africa and performing for her school. She could’ve been more helpful, like, ‘OK, I’m going to help both of these people out.’”

In response, Oprah’s rep told TMZ, “Oprah is very appreciative that Chris Brown performed at her school, but she takes domestic abuse very seriously. She hopes he gets the counseling he needs.”

Meanwhile, Brown says he’s looking forward to his court-ordered counseling, and hopes to learn how to channel his anger into something more positive – such as dancing.

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Mary J. Blige and Natalie Cole will be joined by Chris Brown when an anticipated tribute to late King of Pop, Michael Jackson, takes place September 26.

News of the trio’s confirmed intent to appear during the planned tribute, which will take place in Vienna, was revealed at a press confererence early Tuesday morning.
According to Jermaine Jackson, additional performers will be announced later this week.
Sister Sledge and Akon are also due to perform.
Brian McKnight is just days away from greeting a national audience via ‘The Brian McKnight Show’.

Slated to premiere September 21 on My Network TV, Brian McKnight’s forthcoming show will launch with none other than Stevie Wonder.
According to organizers, Wonder’s appearance will be the first of many surprising appearances on the show.
Expected to feature celebrity interviews, roundtable discussions and musical performances, ‘The Brian McKnight Show’ will air weekly (check local listings for more information).