Chris Brown was charged Tuesday with hit-and-run and driving without a valid license, both misdemeanors stemming from a May fender bender -- and he promptly hit Twitter to proclaim his innocence. Brown called the charges "really ridiculous" and insisted he got out of the car, followed proper procedures and that there was no damage to be found on either vehicle. Meanwhile, Brown has joined forces with another singer who is familiar with car-related troubles: Justin Bieber. The two are featured on a new track, which called "Actin' Up."
Matt Lauer is expected to interview Paula Deen today. A source tells RADAR Online, “Paula has told producers and Matt Lauer, that she would like to personally apologize to Al Roker before going on the air. This is something that Paula wants to do, and is very important to her. Paula has been extremely emotional since making headlines last week, and she is ready to take responsibility for her actions. She has been physically sickened but has no intentions of backing out of the interview, and is ready to answer the tough questions.”