As the world mourns the loss of one of the music industry’s greatest voices, details emerge about Whitney Houston‘s death, just hours before the Being Bobby Brown star was set to perform at Clive Davis‘ annual pre-Grammy party at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Whitney Houston unexpectedly passed away last night, at the young age of 48, from what we presume was a drug overdose. While the world waits to hear the actual cause of death, music moguls around the world are in shock and mourning over losing one of the greatest voices of all time. Among those speaking out about Whitney’s death was Simon Cowell of FOX‘s The X Factor, who admitted that he was considering Whitney Houston as a possible judge for the show’s next season. Read on for more!
Whitney Houston died last night at only 48 years old. The news of Whitney Houston’s death seemed to shock everyone, especially Bobby Brown. Bobby Brown was married to Whitney and has a daughter with her. Keep reading to find out how Bobby Brown, from reality show Being Bobby Brown, handled the news of Whitney Houston’s death.
It is a sad day in the music and film industry tonight as it was announced that Whitney Houston, famed recording artist and actress, passed away unexpectedly, presumably of a drug overdose.
After being released from prison in Boston, Bobby spends some quality time with LaPrincia and Bobby Jr., his children from a previous relationship. Following a tearful goodbye, Bobby heads home to Atlanta and his wife, Whitney, whom he hasn’t seen in over 30 days. The family reunites at an Atlanta hotel where we’re also introduced to Bobbi Kristina, his daughter with Whitney Houston, and Tommy, Bobby’s older brother and manager. Their next stop is Paradise Island in the Bahamas for a relaxing family vacation where Bobby and Whitney are able to find a few quiet moments away from the constant attention of their fans.
Bravo’s much-anticipated unscripted series "Being Bobby Brown" premieres Thursday, June 30 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT, and will be followed immediately by episode two at 10:30 p.m. The eight-episode, half-hour series is an introspective look at the Grammy-winning Bobby Brown, and his life as a husband, father, and friend. His own wife dubbed him the "King of R&B" and this is their royal story told from Brown’s heart. This real-life "fly-on-the-wall" look at Bobby Brown’s world will reveal deeply personal moments that vary from humorous to heartwarming and which are, at times, emotionally charged.
Bravo announced that a new reality TV series called Being Bobby Brown will premiere on Thursday, June 30, 2005 at 10:00 p.m. The much-anticipated, eight episode unscripted series promises to explore the exclusive world of the Grammy-winning performer, Bobby Brown. It’s his prerogative and his take on his life, family, music, and motivations.