With the bad, spotlight surrounding Chris Brown since he battered Rihanna's face which has resulted in him losing out on several major deals and endorsements. Finally, it seems as if a bit of positive spotlight is shining for the troubled star as kids' station Nickelodeon has decided not to remove Chris Brown or Rihanna from their Kids' Choice Awards nominees listing.
OutAroad.com gets to understand that over 5,284 parents have so far signed a petition requesting that Chris Brown and Rihanna to be removed.
Even though Chris Brown nominated for two awards Favorite Male Singer and Favorite Song for "Kiss Kiss," he will not be attending the awards - confirmed by a spokesperson for the show.
The network stands by its decision not to remove Brown, who has been charged with felony assault and making criminal threats, as a nominee for the show set to air on March 28. "Like all our KCA nominees, Chris Brown was nominated by kids several months ago based on his body of work as a performer," a Nickelodeon rep said. "And the kids who vote will ultimately decide who wins in the category."