After performing an uncanny reenactment of Michael Jackson's signature dance moves as part of a tribute at the BET Awards, Chris Brown started to sing the late icon's "Man In The Mirror" -- but barely got through the first line before breaking down in sobs on stage. The singer, who pled guilty last year to felony assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna, even fell to his knees while the song continued to play in the background. The audience seemed moved by the disgraced star's seeming show of self-reflection, while critics
on Twitter thought he was faking it.
That said, Chris seems to have earned some forgiveness from the fans, who
voted him as the winner of BET's Fandemonium award. “I let you all down
before but I won’t do it again, I promise you,” he said in his acceptance