Chris Brown Loses It: Who Had the Worst Celebrity Interview Meltdown?
Brown was so agitated after "GMA" anchor Robin Roberts grilled him about his infamous attack on ex-girlfriend Rihanna that he smashed a window.
Sheen told NBC's Jeff Rossen that he's "tired of pretending I'm not total freakin' rock star from Mars" -- and basically came off as a total freakin' rock star from Mars.
A month after he jumped on Oprah's couch, Cruise freaked out on Matt Lauer over Brooke Shields' use of anti-depressants. He later apologized.
In 2009, Phoenix grew a beard, made a strange appearance on the "Late Show with David Letterman" and "retired" from acting to become a rapper. The "meltdown," however, wound up to be a fake.
Houston's firm declaration during a 2002 Diane Sawyer interview that "crack is cheap -- I make too much money to ever smoke crack; we don't do crack" -- only made her seem more like a drug abuser.
Billy Bob Thornton
In 2009, Thornton went stone cold on a Canadian radio host for introducing him as an actor when the appearance was meant to promote his electric hillbilly band.
The then-"Idol" host fed right into rumors that she had a drug problem when she was totally "off" during a live satellite interview. She later said that she had two TV stations asking her questions in her earpiece.
Brown, 21, was apparently so agitated after Robin Roberts asked him about his infamous attack on ex-girlfriend Rihanna that he stormed into his dressing room (after performing his hit single "Yeah 3X") and smashed a window -- sending glass falling onto the streets below.
Things must have gotten so heated (inside his head) that he bolted without his shirt on.
ABC says it will not press any charges against the singer, who is still on probation for the 2009 assault, TMZ.com reported.
In fact, Roberts would "love to have another chat with him," and "Good Morning America" has already invited him back to the show.
"I wish him the absolute best," Roberts said on "GMA" Wednesday morning. "We extended the invitation to him [to come back], and sure hope he takes us up on it."
That said, Roberts says she was "shocked" by Brown's wild behavior.
"Any time we have a guest, we let them know ahead of time the subject matter and the topics. And even right before the interview I let him know," Roberts said. "I was shocked like everyone else, because we've had a wonderful relationship."
Brown's temper tantrum was pretty bad, but was it worse than Tom Cruise's freak-out on the "Today" show?
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