|Vocals featured in mother Whitney Houston's hit "My Love Is Your Love"|
|Made TV debut with family on Bravo reality series "Being Bobby Brown"|
|First public interview after mother's death, "Oprah's Next Chapter" (OWN)|
|Appeared with aunt Patricia and family on Lifetime series "The Houstons: On Our Own"|
On Feb. 11, 2012, Houston died at the Beverly Hilton Hotel from accidental drowning. Toxicology reports later revealed several drugs found in Houston's body. Her traumatized daughter was rushed to the hospital that same day after suffering from anxiety. The world mourned the loss of a legend by switching its attention to her daughter, who it was rumored, was battling her own drug issues. Brown made her first public appearance at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards (ABC), where she introduced a tribute to her late mother and gave her first interview with Oprah Winfrey on "Oprah's Next Chapter" (OWN, 2012- ). Later that year, Brown co-starred on the Lifetime reality series "The Houstons: On Our Own," which centered on Whitney's side of the family dealing with life after losing her. In October 2012, Brown announced her engagement with boyfriend Nick Gordon, whom her mother informally "adopted" when he was 12 years old. The relationship raised eyebrows and turned Brown into tabloid fodder similar to what her mother had experienced. The couple, however, reportedly called off their engagement a month later.
By Candy Cuenco
|Bobby Brown||Father||Born Feb. 5, 1969|
|Nick Gordon||Companion||Gordon was raised by Bobbi Kristina's mother Whitney Houston; Reportedly engaged October 2012; He announced November 2012 on Twitter that they were not dating|
|Whitney Houston||Mother||Born Aug. 9, 1963; one of the top-selling and most influential female singers of all time; Appeared with family on the Bravo reality series "Being Bobby Brown" (2005); Died Feb. 11, 2012|
|Pat Houston||Aunt||Co-starred on reality series "The Houstons: On Our Own" (Lifetime)|
|Cissy Houston||Grandmother||Born Sept. 30, 1933; mother of Whitney Houston|
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