Speaking out for the first time since the death of her mother, Bobbi Kristina Brown has agreed to sit down with Oprah.
The OWN network confirmed that Miss Winfrey will talk with the 18-year-old on March 11 as part of the talk show’s segment “Oprah’s Next Chapter”.
The teen daughter to Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown has understandably been struggling with the loss of her mother.
“Her mama died, so she broke down. Nobody expected her to pass as quickly as she did. [Bobbi Kristina] had a nervous breakdown,” Houston family member Ray Watson told Us Weekly.
During the one-hour special, the late singer’s sister in-law/manager Patricia Houston and her brother, Gary Houston, will join Bobbi to share personal stories about Whitney and how they would like her to be remembered.
Meanwhile, Brown is celebrating her 19th birthday today (March 4) and sources told HollywoodLife that they feared she’d be spending it alone.
“This is such a hard time for Bobbi right now. The idea that she would be alone on her birthday is absolutely devastating.