ABC Looking To Reunite Rihanna & Chris Brown / by

The latest rumor to hit the net is that television company ABC is looking to reunite Rihanna & Chris Brown for a televised interview. The news comes after last weeks meltdown by Chris Brown which scored the network BIG ratings on Good Morning America and they're looking to milk it for all that it's worth.Read the article below..

Since Rihanna relaxed her restraining order against Chris Brown, one thing is suddenly inevitable: reunion rumours. And among the more plausible — as well as potentially distasteful — is the suggestion that Good Morning America might be trying to orchestrate such a RiRi/Brown reunion for TV. GMA, of course, would be the program where Brown infamously “let off some steam” following a tense Q&A earlier this week.

In an unsurprising bit of scoop, an ABC snitch told E! News that the morning show’s producers want to “milk this event for everything it’s worth.”

And while said source shot down E! News‘ query of whether the network’s Brown-mania might result in the 21-year-old scoring his own reality series, the snitch did offer this suggestion: “What’s far more likely is orchestrating Chris Brown talking to Rihanna for the first time.”

As for who would moderate this momentously crass occasion: “It would be Robin [Roberts],” said the source — Roberts being the GMA personality who conducted Brown’s interview on the show earlier this week. We can only hope Roberts has been dying to start a new Punk’d-style segment on the morning show. SOURCE

Something like that would be very interesting to see. I mean, as far as we know, they two of them hasn't seen one another in over two years. How would they reacts, how would they greet one another. But I know for a fact that it won't happen. That would be a set back for Rihanna and Chris. Who wants to relive that situation? Talk about it on public television over and over again? What are they trying to do? Good Morning America needs to stop trying to turn nothing into something. Their only concern are ratings and they want more of them. If this rumor is true, I think the company should be ashamed of themselves for trying to exploit others personal lives for more ratings. But if it does happen on BOTH ends, I bet they will be heavily compensated...I'm just sayin..