Their spirits live on. Bobbi Kristina Brown was adored by the late Whitney Houston, and a 1999 concert video shows Bobbi onstage with her doting mother, singing a touching duet to ‘My Love Is Your Love.’ Watch the video here.
Bobbi Kristina Brown tragically left the world at age 22 on July 26, but she will always be remembered, along with her late mother, Whitney Houston. Whitney and Bobbi had a special mother-daughter bond, and old concert footage from 1999 shows a then six-year-old Bobbi taking the stage with her adoring mother in Germany to perform Whitney’s hit, “My Love Is Your Love.”
This is so incredibly sweet. Whitney energizes the crowd performing with a big smile on her face, and next to her is little Bobbi Kristina. Whitney kneels down next to Bobbi as she sings, while Bobbi watches her adoringly. Whitney then asks Bobbi if she’s ready, and they start dancing together. Clearly, Bobbi has the same gift as her mother of enticing an audience. Whitney asks Bobbi if she has something to say, and Bobbi takes the mic and says, “My name is Bobbi Kris and I just want to say — ‘Clap your hands.'” Simply adorable. It’s hard to watch this without your eyes welling up, isn’t it?
Bobbi was the star of many of Whitney’s concerts, before Whitney’s tragic death in 2012. The late 22-year-old actually reprised “My Love Is Your Love” with Whitney during Good Morning America‘s summer concert series in 2009.
We are so saddened by Bobbi’s young death. Her whole family is having an incredibly difficult time dealing with her passing, and making the appropriate funeral arrangements. HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY learned that Bobbi’s family is getting at least some comfort out of the fact that she will be buried next to Whitney.
“All the preparations are underway to get Bobbi Kristina to New Jersey, where she will be buried next to her mom in Westfield Cemetery,” an insider told us, adding, “Some of Whitney’s bodyguards have flown into Atlanta to help transporting her body. They will have two ceremonies — one in Atlanta, where her friends and much of her family live, and then one when she’s buried.”
Our thoughts continue to remain with Bobbi’s family and friends during this difficult time.
— Julianne Ishler