Execs over at BET have shown “great interest” in a reality show that’s fully based on Chris and how he turns his life around following his time in jail and rehab — they think the show would benefit both parties; Chris and his music and the network.
The R&B singer, who we know is a very private person, may not sign up for the program for that particular reason but according to sources, BET is even willing to give him the role as an executive producer, meaning that he has the final say on shots that air on television.
This goes to show that BET are not trying to make Chris look bad to his fans, nor are they trying to do something for the ratings — it seems to be a genuine move for them to help Breezy than hurt him.
When a recent poll was made on whether people would want to watch Chris Brown’s reality show, TMZ says that the reaction was mixed with most people saying they’d watch just to see him screw up and act up again.
How sad, right? But let’s face it, that’s what reality shows are all about these days — we want messiness, fights and stupid drama.
Chris has yet to decide on whether he wants to sign on for the show or not, but my thoughts are that he shouldn’t do it and he most likely won’t. Chris wants to focus on his music, and that’s all he wants to be known for. Not a reality star.
And what if the ratings end up being awful, like Lindsay Lohan’s?