Buzz Bites (3/24/11): Chris Brown Apologizes For 'Good Morning America' Incident

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+ Chris Brown has apologized for his angry behavior at "Good Morning America" earlier this week. The singer said he was "thrown off" when "GMA" host Robin Roberts began pressing him about his 2009 assault on ex-girlfriend Rihanna. (Neon Limelight)

+ Gwen Stefani has donated $1 million to the Save the Children’s Japan Earthquake-Tsunami Children in Emergency Fund. "I’ve been inspired by Japan for many years," Gwen said about her motivation to donate. Just one more reason why we love this lady. (TheFABlife)

+ Are you sitting down, Little Monsters? Lady Gaga is releasing a new version of "Born This Way" -- "Born This Way (The Country Road Version)" -- via Twitter tomorrow at midnight. Set those alarms! (ONTD)

+ After touring for his solo album Lazarus, Travie McCoy says he's ready to focus on Gym Class Heroes again. The band just wrapped a song with Maroon 5's Adam Levine that he describes in one word -- "amazing." (MTV News)

+ Hang in there, Pete Wentz fans. A Black Cards album is on the way. Pete said about a release date, "The more people express interest, the more it'll push the label." (Buzznet)

+ Turns out super talented + super talented = super, super talented. John Legend recorded an a cappella version of Buzzworthy fave Adele's hit "Rolling In The Deep," and we can't turn it off. (Rap-Up)