Bobbi Kristina Brown is ready to break her silence.
Whitney Houston's 18-year-old daughter has agreed to sit down with Oprah Winfrey for a March 11 chat as part of the talk show titan's Oprah's Next Chapter, the OWN network confirmed Friday.
Also including interviews with the late singer's sister-in-law/manager Patricia Houston and brother, Gary Houston, the one-hour special will allow Bobbi Kristina to "[share] personal memories of her mom and how she would like the iconic superstar to be remembered."
Sources tell Us Weekly Whitney's teen daughter with ex Bobby Brown has taken the loss especially hard.
"Her mama died, so she broke down. Nobody expected her to pass as quickly as she did. [Bobbi Kristina] had a nervous breakdown," Houston family member Ray Watson told Us of the teen, who was hospitalized for stress and anxiety one day after her mother was found dead February 11 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
"She's got to stay strong and be with her family, and [around that] love," former Jackson 5 crooner Jermaine Jackson told Us of the grief-stricken Bobbi Kristina."She's gotta embrace her family."
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