Whitney Houston’s daughter to grant Oprah first interview after her mother’s death

by Wilfred Okiche

The queen of talk, Oprah Winfrey has landed an exclusive interview with Bobbi Kristina, the troubled 18-year-old daughter of Whitney Houston.

The interview will be Bobbi Kristina’s public debut since the death of her mother about a month ago in February. It will air on OWN’s ‘Oprah’s Next Chapter’ on Sunday 11, March at 9pm.

According to reports coming from TMZ, Houston’s daughter chose to do the interview because: ”[Oprah] was loyal to my mom, and never did my mother wrong, or made her look bad. She always looked out for my mom.”

Also speaking out will be Houston’s brother, Gary and her sister-in-law/manager, Patricia. They will be remembering the late pop diva and expressing their thoughts on how best she would want to be remembered.

The late Houston sat down with Oprah back in 2009 in what was billed as ‘the most important music interview of the decade.’

What do you think? Is it too soon?

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  1. Is it too soon? No. Is it necessary? No. What's the point? Like they described her 'troubled daughter', I'm thinking, rather than put her on the spot and then all them media peeps quoting and 'misquoting', why not seek for ways to 'un trouble' the 'troubled teen'?? #my10kobo

    Ohh well, to each his own.

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