In a Good Morning America preview of his full 20/20 interview airing tonight on ABC, Chris Brown faces tough questions about his infamous assault on Rihanna.
While the network has been criticized for yanking Adam Lambert appearances but giving Brown a chance to speak, they aren't throwing him softballs at least.
Robin Roberts played a clip of Rihanna's 20/20 interview with Diane Sawyer, which aired last month, and in which Ri detailed the night of the February attack.
Brown was asked to respond to Rihanna's claim in the interview that he "blacked out" and "had no soul" in his eyes. He was clearly saddened listening to this.
"I was wrong for what I did," Brown told Roberts. I can promise that it's not something that I look past or look over ... It's something that's really touchy."
"I'm really sorry for what went down and what happened."
Chris Brown will be getting grilled on ABC tonight.
Brown has already apologized on CNN's Larry King Live, as well as a string of other media appearances, but has also been accused of being nonchalant.
Can he really "come clean" if no one believes his apologies are heartfelt?
He promised that despite perceptions of his insincerity, he's "hurting inside" and that what he did to Rihanna is "devastating," but said he's human too.
He clearly means that he's human in the sense of his reactions and how he copes with the aftermath - not in the sense that he's excusing what he did.
Follow the jump for a clip of Chris Brown on Good Morning America ...