Jordin Sparks has made a return on the American Idol stage on Thursday, April 10, being joined by Chris Brown. The show's sixth season winner was featured as a guest performer, singing her single "No Air" which is also featuring Brown on its album version.
"No Air" is the second official single from Sparks' self-titled debut album that was released last year. The single has been gaining a lot of airplay and been selling well that it remains on the top 10 positions of Billboard Hot 100 chart in its 14th week. Sparks recently outed that she was nervous while doing intimate scenes with Brown while being watched by his alleged girlfriend, Rihanna. She said, "It was hard at first, but then I said, 'you know what? I have to work!' It had to look like I was in love with him, so I had to do it. Hopefully she won't kill me!!"
American Idol which is entering its seventh season, has just conducted its annual charity program, "Idol Gives Back" and raised at least $22 million. The announcement of the money raised came on the same day contestant Michael Johns was eliminated. "X Factor" Leona Lewis reportedly will make a performance on April 23.
Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown on "American Idol":