On the third anniversary of Whitney Houston’s death, more news related to the days before Bobbi Kristina was found unconscious in her bathtub are being revealed.
UPDATE: Bobbi Kristina’s family released a statement refuting the reports of the news that they will choose to end Bobbi Kristina’s life support tomorrow. According to The New York Post, Bobbi Kristina Brown‘s family is […]
Access Hollywood had an exclusive interview with Bobby Brown about the condition of his daughter Bobbi Kristina, who is in the hospital. Reporter Stephanie Bauer asked Brown, “How is your daughter doing?”, and he replied, “She’s good.” He […]
According to TMZ, doctor’s have told Bobbi Kristina’s family that there is nothing more they can do for her. The decision is now in Bobby Brown’s hands, and he is refusing to make any decisions […]
Bobbi Kristina has been moved to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.
We’re learning today that Whitney Houston’s family and Bobby Brown are saying that Bobbi Kristina was NEVER legally married to Nick Gordon! Get the story and see where Bobbi was moved to today…
The singer confirmed his daughter’s hospitalization and asked for privacy.
The news comes nearly three years after her mother Whitney Houston suffered the same fate, dying the day before the GRAMMYs.
The Lifetime movie about Whitney Houston is premiering Saturday, January 17th and Whitney’s sister-in-law (who is in charge of her estate) is saying what she thinks about the movie!
The film will premiere on Lifetime Jan. 17.
Lifetime really stepped it up after their last attempt at a biopic. I’m sure it has a lot to do with Angela Basset in the directors chair on this one. “Whitney” which airs
TMZ has at least corroborated that she was working at the morgue at the time of Houston’s death on Feb. 12, 2012.
Whitney Houston’s mom has made it clear she’s not interested in Lifetime’s upcoming biopic about her daughter, but the actor playing Bobby Brown in the film has come to the movie’s defense saying he feels that the movie honors her memory.
After attempts to stop production, Houston’s mother Cissy Houston is calling out Lifetime in a statement about the upcoming made-for-TV-movie.
A Whitney Houston biopic is on the way and Whitney’s family is against it, so they’ve blocked the use of her music in the movie. Deborah Cox was called in to recreate Whitney’s music and her version of “I Will Always Love You” has leaked. What do you think?