Leona Lewis, Paris Hilton, Keisha Chante

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Following reports that Chris Brown and Rihanna's blowout may have been started by a text message from another woman, several celebs are stepping forward to deny their involvement.

A finger had been pointed at Paris Hilton after she was seen hanging with Brown at a pre-Grammy party Friday night. But Paris shot down the report today, telling Radar: "I was not 'all over him' as some magazine reported. I said hello and that was it. I love Rihanna and that never happened."

Songbird Leona Lewis also denies anything happened after they chatted at a party on Saturday...

"Leona was at Clive Davis' pre-Grammy party with her family and boyfriend and had nothing whatsoever to do with any argument that may have ensued between Chris and Rihanna," a spokesperson from her record label tells E! News. "Any allegations that the pair had flirted are completely false."

In fact, it was Rihanna who introduced Leona to Chris, a source tells us. “Leona was seated with her family and long-term boyfriend, Lou Al-Chamaa, at a table near Rihanna and Chris at Clive Davis' pre-Grammy party...She said something like "hello," and they exchanged pleasantries for a couple of minutes.”

Also distancing herself from the incident is singer and actress Keisha Chanté, who stepped forward to deny her involvement.

"She was nowhere near Rihanna or Chris Brown," her manager said. "She had nothing to do with any of that."

—Additional reporting by Whitney English

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