Chris Brown Was All Smiles with Daughter Royalty at the 2020 Grammys
Chris Brown brought a special date for this year's Grammys ceremony, and it was his adorable 5-year-old daughter Royalty.
Chris and Royalty Brown walked the red carpet together for the 2020 Grammy Awards, and the adorable father-and-daughter duo looked nothing short of stylish as they donned matching pink-toned outfits.
While Chris had his hair dyed red and blue, he made sure that his outfit had some elements that matched Royal's own outfit and together they looked like the perfect pair.
The 2020 Grammy Awards was an emotional night at the Staples Center as they honored two of Los Angeles' heroes, Nipsey Hussle and Kobe Bryant.
CHRIS BROWN'S GRAMMY NOMINATION
This year, Chris was nominated for Best R&B Song for "No Guidance feat. Drake." The two artists were not in good terms for years before their collaboration because of Brown's past with the "God's Plan" rapper's on-and-off girlfriend Rihanna.
Brown shares Royalty with his ex-girlfriend Nia Guzman. The 5-year-old is now the big sister of Chris' son Aeko Catori Brown, whom he welcomed in November with ex-girlfriend Ammika Harris.
AN UNUSUAL GRAMMYS VIBE
The 2020 Grammy Awards was an emotional night at the Staples Center as they honored two of Los Angeles' heroes, Nipsey Hussle and Kobe Bryant. Hussle and Bryant are considered pioneers in their own crafts, and their love for LA was indescribable.
That is why the entire night was dedicated to them, and as Lizzo would put it, everyone was "standing in the arena that Kobe Bryant built."
REMEMBERING TWO LOS ANGELES HEROES
They kicked off the celebration by welcoming Alicia Keys and Boyz II Men on stage, who joined the rest of the world in mourning the death of Kobe Bryant. They decided to dedicate their performance to Bryant and his daughter who tragically died the same day.
A night that was supposedly one of the most luxurious and glamorous in the entertainment industry, ended up being a solemn tribute to Kobe and his 13-year-old daughter.
A SOMBER MOOD
Keys sang along to Boyz II Men's hit song "It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday," before members of the group joined her on stage for the emotional collaboration.
Their performance set the mood for the rest of the events show, as the entire stadium was mourning a painful loss that they could not understand.