Feb 16, 2012

Because we can't get enough of all things Brown this week -- Chris, Bobby (hey, Charlie Brown didn't go to rehab, did he?) -- we're proud to report that Chris Brown was so intent on keeping his attendance at Rihanna's birthday party a secret, he tried forcing partygoers to sign confidentiality agreements, according to TMZ.

This happened a day after he supposedly tried out a new pickup line on a woman in L.A., saying "Can I get your number? I promise I won't beat you," to the laughter of his posse. Brown's rep -- who must get paid well -- denied the incident to TMZ. "I'd be surprised if Chris said something like that."

No she wouldn't. I think this guy has finally surpassed R. Kelly and Jerry Lee Lewis as the Teflon-entertainer of the ages. Nothing can touch him. He should cover Hammer.

Brown won a Grammy on Sunday night and found himself in a Twitter war with fellow celebs who didn't think he should have been allowed to perform three years after his assault on Rihanna. He supposedly refused to enter Rihanna's party Monday night at the famous Hearst Mansion in Beverly Hills until everyone signed an non-disclosure agreement, sending his crew in beforehand to gather every partygoer's signature.

Apparently -- go figure -- they couldn't get everyone to sign. But Brown eventually walked in anyway and spent a huge chunk of the night nuzzling up against Rihanna.

That's right -- the same Rihanna he was convicted of brutally beating in 2009.

According to sources, the two sat next to each other, talking and holding hands. The party was allegedly packed with celebs, including Katy Perry, Bruno Mars and Chris Martin.
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