Bobbi Kristina Brown Tells Oprah Winfrey She Talks With Whitney Houston ‘In Spirit’

"I can hear her voice in spirit talking to me"

Bobbi Kristina Brown, the only begotten child of the late Whitney Houston, was interviewed by Oprah Winfrey on Oprah’s Next Chapter last night exactly one month to the day that Whitney tragically died here in LA. Oprah‘s interview with Bobbi Kris was a powerful one and, as I understand it, was BK‘s first solo interview ever with anyone. Throughout the course of the interview, Bobbi Kristina revealed that she has found comfort in being able to communicate with her late mother “in spirit”. Many people deal with grief in varying ways, for Bobbi Kris, her coping mechanism allows her to keep contact with her late mother. Click below to read some excerpts from BK‘s interview with Oprah last night to learn more.

The night after Whitney Houston died, her daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown could not bring herself to sleep in her mother’s Atlanta mansion. That all changed the next morning. “I woke up and I heard her say, ‘All right, come home now,’ ” Brown told Oprah Winfrey in a TV special Sunday night. “And when I came back home, I felt humble, I felt okay.” The singer’s only child, 19, says she’s now comforted by the spirit of her mother, who died last month at age 48. “I can hear her voice in spirit talking to me, ‘Keep talking to me. I got you,’ ” says Brown. “She’s always with me. I can always feel her. I can always feel her with me. She always asked me,’Do you need me?’ And I caught myself, out of nowhere, I didn’t even know I said it, I said, ‘I’ll always need you.’ ” Brown – Houston’s child with her ex-husband Bobby Brown – says she spent her mother’s last day alive in her embrace. “It was so early in the morning. I went to go get her and I said, ‘Come lay with me,’ ” she says. “She stayed with me all night and all day. She was just rubbing my head and holding me. I just slept in her arms.” Houston, whose cause of death has not yet been officially determined, was found unresponsive in water in a bathtub in her suite at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Feb. 11 and later pronounced dead. “I have to carry on the legacy,” says Bobbi Kristina. “We’re going to do the singing thing. Some acting, some dancing.”

It is nice to learn that Bobbi Kristina was able to spend one last morning with her mother before her untimely death … that part of her interview just really touched me. The photos and video of Bobbi Kris as a child with her mother, just … wow. I can’t say that I disbelieve her claim that she is able to communicate with her mother “in spirit” … I can only say that I hope BK is able to heal fully from her mother’s death. I also commend her for wanting to carry on her mother’s legacy and I wish her all the luck in the world. Her mother left behind some big shoes to fill. I’d, personally, recommend that Bobbi Kristina honor her mother in a way that is wholly her own (rather than trying to carry on her legacy). Vowing to pick up where her mother left off is a very daunting task. But, again, BK has got to do what she has go to do. I truly wish her the best. Did any of y’all watch last night’s interview? What did you think?

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  1. She has bounced back pretty quick! I am sure she still has tough days. I couldn’t imagine loosing my mother, let alone when she is a world famous singer. Sending BK good vibes.

  2. ChristineLA

    This interview raised more questions for me than I had before, honestly. What becomes of a family when the person they have ALL revolved around (and worked for) dies? It appears that the entire family, including Pat’s brother, who wasn’t even related to Whitney, were working for her in some capacity. What do THEY do now? Bobbi Kristina was left everything in her will, and I’m sure she will be taken care of, but what about everyone else? It’s an interesting question, at least in my mind.

  3. Amanda

    I’m pretty much over Bobbi Kristina or Kristina Houston, to be honest. I don’t want to come across as cynical or heartless, but isn’t she just everywhere these days after her mother’s passing? I understand perhaps it’s her own way of healing and it’s not her fault people are interested, but I’m just about ready to move on from the girl.

  4. M.A

    This interview made me lose a lot of respect for Oprah. I mean she was like a bottom feeder getting in on The Whitney train. It was so DESPERATE, sad and pathetic what Oprah did. I mean Whitney’s not even cold yet and she pounced on the family and especially the daughter. Leave Bobbi Christina alone and let her grieve in peace

    • Lynne

      YES! I totally agree! It was just too damn soon for Oprah to get up in their business. Ugh. This was filmed at least two weeks ago, so just barely a week after she was laid to rest.

      But best wishes to the family. It broke my heart when the brother broke down when he was singing. :(

  5. cinner

    We can only hope that Kristina is learning what staff members work in what capacity (legal, accounting, primotions, erc.) To learn the business end of what is going to accumulate as a TON of money when all is said and done. She needs a sold team behind her, not a bunch of greedy enablers who will allow her to follow her mothers downward spiral. Its a damn shame all these people knew whit was never supposed to take a bath because of fears that what did happen, would happen, yet somehow she got that bath. These are the people that need to stay the hell away from this young woman.

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