Chris Brown is going to have the Academy dancing from wall to wall in his upcoming Grammy performance.
The "Look At Me Now" singer has been rehearsing his Grammy performance non-stop over the past week, and inside sources say he's planning an "over the top" performance to leave the Academy and his fans flabbergasted.
Chris, who's nominated for three Grammy awards, is returning to the Grammys after a three-year hiatus stemming from his domestic incident with now ex-girlfriend Rihanna.
“Chris has been rehearsing non-stop for the performance,” a source close to the singer tells RadarOnline.com. “He wants to give the audience and his fans an over top the performance. Chris has put a lot of pressure on himself to deliver a memorable performance, and he will deliver, he always does."
Reports also claim that Chris will be bringing his biggest fan, his mother Joyce, to the ceremony where he plans to dedicate his entire performance to her.
Chris will be joining an elite group of artists who are also scheduled to hit the Grammy stage this Sunday. His ex-girlfriend Rihanna will hit the stage alongside Coldplay.
If you're hoping to getting a glimpse of RiRi and Breezy interacting at the Grammys, think again. Insiders say, despite their re-emerging friendship, Chris and Rihanna's people will keep them from crossing paths.
"Rihanna and Chris' handlers will keep them apart during the ceremony, they just don't want to detract from the awards. Chris and Rihanna have absolutely been spending time together, but they keep it far from prying eyes," the insider states.
We know Chris is never one to half-ass a performance, so we expect him to leave his heart and soul on that Grammy stage.
Make sure you catch Chris' performance on Sunday, February 12 at 8 p.m. on CBS.