Chris Brown seems like he's heading in the right direction. The singer appeared in an LA court on Thursday for a mandatory progress report as a result of his probation.
Superior Court judge Patricia M. Schnegg praised Brown for his good behavior, saying, "Looks like you're doing really, really well. That's always good to see."
So far, Chris has completed 17 out of 52 group sessions for domestic violence and hasn't missed one. He's also done 32 days of hard labor. He must do 1,400 total hours of washing cars, removing graffiti and cleaning and maintaining grounds in his home state of Virginia.
It sounds like Chris is being diligent about turning his life around. MTV's Sway Calloway says, "He's in good spirits. He's been doing work and speaking in circles with people who also have been victimized by domestic violence."
"He's learned that when you're a celebrity, public perception is fragile," Calloway adds. "But I think he'll recover. He's a good dude who made a big mistake."
Do you think Chris can make a full comeback in the music industry?