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'Dancing With the Stars' to Cancel Chris Brown's Performance?

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Mar. 22 2011, Published 11:01 a.m. ET

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Chris Brown is scheduled to perform on Dancing With the Stars next week, but new reports suggest ABC executives are trying to get the singer banned from ABC after his incident with Good Morning America.

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"Chris was so dangerous backstage that we called 911," a Good Morning America insider tells PopEater. "He totally flew off the handle after being asked a question about his 2009 assault of his then-girlfriend Rihanna. Now ABC has to decide if they are willing to let this man promote his music on a family show on its network or walk away from this obviously troubled young man."

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Chris is currently making the media rounds to promote his new album, F.A.M.E., but the tour could be cut short — at least on ABC. He reportedly trashed a dressing room after his interview on GMA this morning.

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"If the network doesn't care about promoting this thug, they should care about protecting its staff," a "rival executive" told PopEater. "This sort of behavior is not acceptable from anyone no matter how talented or famous they might be. Dancing With the Stars is one of the biggest shows on TV, and if they do decide to allow him to promote his music on it he should definitely be asked to say sorry for throwing a chair and smashing a window."

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