“Chris first got on our radar a year ago,” said 44 Blue co-founder Rasha Drachkovitch.
Crocker had been a web hit before the tear-filled Britney rant, having produced many popular videos on MySpace.
"It's going to pretty much be the 'Chris Crocker experience,'" Drachkovitch said. "We consider him a rebel character that people will find interesting. He's going to be a TV star."
Crocker’s commentary on the reaction to Spears’ VMA performance even found mainstream attention on Fox News. The crew made fun of the video, and Crocker responded with one of his own (see it here). You're not alone if the clip is an eerie reminder of Silence of the Lambs.
Crocker also appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and his Britney rant was spoofed by Seth Green (watch the clip here).