Bobby Brown recently stopped by GMA and talked about his upcoming documentary and series premiering on A&E on Memorial Day (May 30).

The documentary, “Biography Bobby Brown,” is a two-night event that will showcase the life of singer and performer Bobby Brown, including the launch of a series on Bobby and his life as it is today.

Bobby says he’s looking forward to everyone seeing the documentary, and he wants people to know that he’s not holding anything back in the documentary.

Nothing was off limits because I found it to be therapeutical. 

It was something that had to come out of me in order for me to move on.

I believe I got it all out.

Bobby revealed that he had bottled a lot of things down inside from his childhood, and he had to talk to someone to get them out.

He also talked about challenging himself to spend $1M in one day at the height of his career.

He said he bought a house, three cars, and a watch in one day which fulfilled his $1M challenge.

In retrospect, he regrets spending that amount of money in one day, but he said at the time, it felt great.

Bobby says the main thing he wants people to take away from his documentary is that he is still a work in progress.

I want them to know that I’m work in progress.

God is still working with me. 

Building me to be a better person, and a better man, a better husband, a better father… a better sibling to my siblings.

So God is still working with me, and I just want people to know that I’m not going to stop here.

This is just the beginning.

Watch the video below:

Don’t miss Bobby Brown’s documentary, “Biography Bobby Brown,” followed by his reality series, “Every Little Step,” premiering May 30 on A&E at 8:00 PM EST.