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AUDIO: Sr. Editor Terron Moore on Chris Brown Controversy

Chris Brown has had quite the week. Amid a flurry of controversy and opinions, the R&B singer returned to The Grammy Awards last Sunday, performing twice and winning once for “Best R&B Album.” After some celebrities and certain members of the media spoke out against Brown’s involvement with the awards show, the crooner lashed back in a series of Twitter updates. Those messages were later deleted from Brown’s account. This week, the performer also released his new music video for “Turn Up The Music.” Senior Editor Terron Moore simply believes Brown needs to learn how to act in the public eye. Moore pointed to John Mayer as an example of what to do so that you can repair your image and not cause futher damage after an incident.

LIFE & STYLE’S JORDI LIPPE: Adele, Jennifer Lopez, Kevin Jonas, Chris Brown/Rihanna

Life & Style Weekly writes in the magazine’s latest issue about Adele’s response to comments by designer Karl Lagerfeld that the singer was “a little fat.” Senior News Editor Jordi Lippe says Adele takes pride in representing average women. Also covered: Jennifer Lopez thinking about marrying her boyfriend Casper Smart, Kevin Jonas and wife take in NY Fashion Week, and in late breaking news, L&S confirms that Chris Brown is featured on Rihanna’s single, “Birthday Cake.” The song will be released next week.

AUDIO: Stress Expert Brett Cotter Reveals Sure Way to Relieve Stress

Polaris Marketing Research recently conducted a study and found that the biggest cause of stress in women is life. For men, worked stressed them out the most.

Brett Cotter is the founder of and broke down the symptoms and the sure way to relief stress on “The Ralphie Radio Show.

Brett’s Tips:
- Be aware of your heart rate.
- Slow your breathing.
- Silently tell yourself that you’re okay (once per breath).

Cotter cautions that the entire technique can take about three minutes to work.

AUDIO: Entertainment Reporter Jill Wilderman Talks ‘Jelena’; Introduces Us to Jin Akanishi

Who would’ve thought that there could be a person or persons that would ignite more of a social media thunderstorm than Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber?

By the way, as of press time, the storm has yet to subside.

Entertainment reporter Jill Wilderman checked in from Hollywood with the latest on the “Jelena.” The couple was spotted last weekend not in Los Angeles for The Grammy Awards, but in New York. Gomez and The Biebs ate at a trendy Thai restaurant in Manhattan, and the actress was spotted wearing a ring on her way out. Wilderman said the idea that the piece of jewelry is of the engagement variety is probably false. Reportedly the schedules of the teen stars were not allowing them the chance to see each other on Tuesday for Valentine’s Day.

But all of that was soon overshadowed by Wilderman’s introduction of Jin Akanishi. The Japanese pop star has already attracted a very large and passionate following across the globe. Akanishi now has his eyes set on America – with a handful of tour dates that will take him from Los Angeles to Honolulu to New York. Last November the singer dropped a single, “Test Drive,” which was produced by J.R. Rotem and features Jason Derulo. Akanishi released his latest track, “Sun Burns Down,” last month. It shot to the top of the iTunes dance chart.

Don’t believe the hype? Check out how many mentions, retweets, and favorites I received on Twitter here. Plus, read more about Akanishi’s migration to the States on Wilderman’s blog.

AUDIO: CNN Quotes Ralphie In Chris Brown/Grammy Story; Relationship Expert Weighs In

After a three year hiatus, Chris Brown returned to The Grammy Awards on Sunday in near-unprecedented fashion for someone of his age. The 22 year-old performed twice and scored the award for “Best R&B Album” with his 2011 release, F.A.M.E.

While “Team Breezy” celebrated the comeback, there were quite a few others that were not pleased to see Brown back on the Grammy stage. In 2009, the crooner and then girlfriend Rihanna were both scheduled to perform at the awards show. But a physical altercation the night before the show left the songstress bruised and beaten. Brown would be charged felony assault and making criminal threats, and pled guilty to a lesser charge later that year. Since the plea deal, the singer completed his year of domestic violence counseling and six months of community service.

With Brown’s personal track record since the incident and the caliber of music he’s released, I felt it was appropriate for the Academy to, at the very least, invite him back. You can read my comments in the full article on, here.

But despite paying his debt to society, and receiving the forgiveness of the person he abused, there are many that still will not give Brown a second chance.

Stacey Nelkin of The Daily Affair is one of those people. She feels it was wrong for the Recording Academy to shine a spotlight on Brown given his past.

AUDIO: ‘What Is Your Name?’ (Parody of The Wanted’s ‘Glad You Came’)

INTERVIEW: ‘The Voice’ Contestant Raquel Castro Calls Christina Aguilera ‘A Very Good Role Model’

“The Voice” season one contestant Raquel Castro doesn’t care what the media says about Christina Aguilera.

“To me, Christina was a very good role model because she taught us about her mistakes,” the 17 year-old singer said in a Skype interview that aired Tuesday on “The Ralphie Radio Show.” “She told us to learn from them, and if something like this happens, just don’t worry about it, don’t stress about it.”

Aguilera picked Castro on first season of the NBC competition to join her team, and the teenager found the superstar’s knowledge priceless.

“She’s experienced things that some people haven’t yet, so she can kind of guide you in a way, so you don’t make those same mistakes yourself,” Castro said. “I think that makes a great role model.”

Castro has experienced quite a bit herself for only being 17. The Long Island native received her big break in showbiz at age 9, co-starring with Ben Affleck in the movie, “Jersey Girl.” Since, she’s appeared in a number of film and TV shows – and was even cast for Ludacris’ “Runaway Love” music video.

The artist now finds herself working on her own music video. Castro filmed the piece for her new single, “Diary” last Saturday, and expects to release it within a month. The song is about a relationship, although the New Yorker says that she kept a private journal while growing up.

“I had like three different diaries,” recalls Castro, even remembering the cover of a specific diary. “My first one was a Britney Spears diary I got in first grade.”

Ironic given that while she was writing daily happenings and private crushes in a book with Spears on the cover, she would eventually come to work with and learn about how to obtain her dreams firsthand from the woman compared to and with Britney the most.

TREND HUNGRY TUESDAY: Embellished Collars

In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva dished about a trend worn by Emma Watson and Alexa Chung, embellished collars.

Visit Trend Hungry to find the latest fashion 411 on a skinny budget, and catch Jessie every Tuesday evening on “The Ralphie Radio Show.”

INTERVIEW: ‘Dancing’ Pro Mark Ballas Hopes to Drop New Single Before Year’s End

Before The Grammy’s, and before TMZ reported that Mark Ballas’s girlfriend crashed his Audi, the singer, songwriter, and dancer extraordinaire was looking forward to Valentine’s Day.

“I have a Valentine’s date this year, so I’m looking forward to it,” Ballas said, not naming dropping aspiring singer Tiffany Dunn. “I haven’t had a Valentine’s date in a while, so it’s going to be nice to do something.”

Before flying back west, Ballas performed inside Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT. The “Dancing With The Stars” pro is in the studio working on the follow-up to HurtLoveBox.

“I’m not sure when it’s going to be out yet, but it’s a lot different to my old stuff,” he noted. “My other two records are just acoustic albums, they’ve been kind of more singer/songwriter. So this next record, we’re going a little more urban/pop with it.”

If Ballas could compare – essentially he’d like to play the guitar like John Mayer, sing like Bruno Mars, and move like Justin Timberlake. Yes, he is taking the project in a much more mainstream direction, but Ballas insists that has nothing to do with the mainstream show he dances on.

“For me, this is what I wanted to do,” he revealed. “When I do my music, I don’t really do it because I think that it’s what should be done, I do it because it’s what I feel.”

As far as “Dancing” goes, season 14 kicks off next month, and one person Ballas feels would be great for the show is legendary actress Betty White.

“I think she would be amazing!” he gushed. “I think if Betty White were to come on, they’d bring my dad (Corky) back for her… it would be great to have my dad back, you know?”

Ballas will continue writing and recording throughout the year, and hopes to drop a single from his new project before 2012’s end. Since her appearance on “DWTS,” he has become close with singer Nicole Scherzinger, and hinted that they may collaborate in the future.

AUDIO:’s Jessica Roberton Recaps Grammy Awards

MTV Hive Managing Editor Jessica Robertson broke down Adele’s big night and the tribute to Whitney Houston from the 54th annual Grammy Awards, which aired Sunday evening.

Check out more about MTV Hive here.