Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown will receive her mother's estate money – around $20 million – as the singer intended. Bobbi’s grandmother, gospel singer Cissy Houston and Aunt Pat filed a petition to change the existing payment plan, but have since dropped it, says TMZ.
It was a big week for Whitney Houston’s family. Not only did the Grammys pay tribute to the world famous star with a sendoff special, but word spread that daughter Bobbi Kristina was engaged to “brother” Nick Gordon.
Read about the “Greatest Love of All” singer’s goodbye special, her family’s new reality show “The Houstons” and more of this week’s biggest stories below.
Singer Whitney Houston received a final Grammy sendoff with a special tribute attended by daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown and A-listers like Britney Spears and Jennifer Hudson.
In case you missed it, Bobbi Kristina Brown and “brother” Nick Gordon are engaged! The couple, who began publicly dating after the death of mother, Whitney Houston, tease the relationship drama in a new promo for “The Houstons: On Our Own.”
Bobbi has been wearing a suspicious sparkler for months, and the relationship is sure to be a hot issue this season. In one scene, Uncle Gary says, “I don’t like Nick’s attitude,” and Aunt Patricia calls the couple’s engagement “unacceptable.”
Whitney Houston’s family is opening up about life without the superstar in the new Lifetime reality series, “The Houstons: On Our Own.”
“I didn’t see her as an idol,” says daughter Bobbi Kristina in a new promo. “The glam and glitz -- I didn’t see that. I saw a mom.”
Singer Whitney Houston left an estimated $20 million to daughter Bobbi Kristina, but the teen might have to wait on a large portion of the money.
The “Sparkle” premiere in Hollywood was supposed to be Whitney Houston’s big night; instead, it was daughter Bobbi Kristina who stepped in to greet cheering fans.
Whitney Houston passed away six months before her longtime project “Sparkle” hit the big screen. Now, Jordin Sparks and her fellow cast mates are paying tribute to the legend.
Sparks told “Extra’s” Terri Seymour that she considers Whitney a mentor and that "one of the biggest things she taught me was never forget where you come from and always be humble."