Singer Jordin Sparks has dismissed rumours she is set to drop Chris Brown's vocals from their NO AIR duet - insisting she "doesn't regret" working with the shamed star.
The former American Idol winner teamed up with Brown in 2008, and the single became an international hit, landing the pair a Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Collaboration.
Brown has since been mired in controversy after an alleged fight with former girlfriend Rihanna left him facing charges of assault. He denies the charges and is due back in court later this month (Jun09).
But Sparks insists she won't let the accusations against Brown marr her opinion of him or the song - and she is adamant he was the right singer for the track.
She tells Britain's NME magazine, "I don't regret recording that with Chris at all. I want to keep Chris on that track because he was the original person on that track and that's how it should be."
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