Following Jay-Z and Oprah's lead, Chris Brown has taken a break from his busy touring schedule to donate time to disadvantaged children in Sydney, Australia.

While on the Australian leg of his F.A.M.E. tour, the embattled singer went bowling at Darling Harbour's King Pin bowling alley with 10 youths from the Australian chapter of Best Buddies, a charity that assists children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Brown has worked with the program in the United States as well.

"He has been involved with the charity in the U.S. and we were thrilled that he has taken some time out of his schedule to come and be with us and play a couple of games of ten-pin," said the charity's executive director Mark Trevaskis.

Brown's Australian tour kicked off last Wednesday (April 20) in Adelaide, and resumes on Friday (April 29) in Brisbane, before concluding on Tuesday (May 3) in Perth. According to rumors, the last two dates will be something special, as Brown is said to be joined on stage by none other than Justin Bieber, who is also on tour Down Under.

"Australia ... we are coming ... and there might be some surprises. LEGGO!!" Bieber tweeted earlier this week, along with a video of his 'Next 2 You' duet with Brown.

For more information on the Best Buddies International program, click here. Brown's fourth album, 'F.A.M.E.,' was released on March 18 and went gold in three weeks.



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