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Rebecca Black Has a Fan in Chris Brown: He'll "Be Jammin' to It on Friday, Friday"

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Mar. 18 2011, Published 5:43 a.m. ET

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While Rebecca Black is hoping to collaborate with pop sensation Justin Bieber, she may want to consider a duet with R&B crooner Chris Brown! Chris responded to the hype surrounding the 13-year-old's debut "Friday" and was so impressed, he started to sing along!

Chris saw the video for the first time Thursday, when he stopped by Washington's Hot 99.5 radio station for an interview.

When the radio hosts played Rebecca's song, Chris laughed at first and even mocked the lyrics with some of his own: "More. More. Fun. Pop."

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Then he shared his true thoughts which were very kind as the single has been receiving some serious criticism, even dubbed the "worst song ever."

"Honest opinion? It was great. I'll be jammin' to it on Friday, Friday," he sang.

Chris has been promoting his own music, currently hosting listening sessions around the country this week for his highly-anticipated upcoming album F.A.M.E.

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He also took the time to address the recent nude photo scandal involving a full-frontal nude photo of him surfaced of him online.

"I kinda did take that picture," he admitted. "There's nothing else I can be ashamed about."

He did say, however, that he didn't expect the person he sent it to would leak it to the press.

Watch Chris jam out to Rebecca's hit single below!

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