It looks like Whitney Houston’s daughter is planning on following her mother’s and father’s footsteps with her career choice.
The teenage daughter of music icon Whitney Houston and ex-husband Bobby Brown, was seated in the audience during the second part of the exclusive interview with Houston which aired Tuesday (September 14) on The Oprah Show. Bobbi Kristina spoke briefly to Oprah after her mother’s musical performance.
When asked whether she was planning on pursuing a future in the music industry the 15-year-old replied, “Yeah. I know she hates it, but it’s the plan. It’s my plan. Mine. Yeah.”
Her mother’s success is also a source of pride to her daughter as she said, “Honestly, words can’t explain how proud I am of her, really.”
After going through rough times with her mom, the two have now ended up with a strong relationship. “I’ve been there with her through everything and the whole divorce and talking and whatever, but you know, I stay by her side,” the teen said. “That’s like my best friend you know, that’s like my sister.”
Filed under: Bobbi Kristina Brown,Whitney Houston
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No Doubt front woman Gwen Stefani recently spoke with USA Today about her 1-year-old son Zuma choosing to self-wean this summer.
“I didn’t want him to (quit),” says Gwen. “It felt like a total rejection. It was really hormonal, and trying to stop in the middle of tour was insane.”
The 39-year-old singer/fashion designer, who is also mother to 3-year-old Kingston with hubby Gavin Rossdale, admits to struggling with her weight after her two pregnancies. She tells USA Today that her current figure is “no miracle” and that it took eight months to lose the baby weight after her pregnancy with Zuma.
Gwen, who is currently busy with her L.A.M.B. clothing line and writing for the upcoming No Doubt album, is also gearing up to celebrate her 40th birthday October 3: “I want a really big cake!”
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Matthew Broderick and his adorable 6 1/2-year-old son James Wilkie were spotted out and about in New York City on Tuesday (Sept. 16). I’m still loving his haircut!
Mom, Sarah Jessica Parker, and 2 1/2-month-old twin sisters Marion Loretta Elwell and Tabitha Hodge, weren’t spotted with the father-son duo.
Matthew, who has starred in films like Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Glory, War Games, and Broadway hits like The Producers is starring in The New Group’s premiere production of The Starry Messenger this fall which was written by his childhood friend Kenneth Lonergan.
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Beyonce’s opening concert in Australia had a couple of surprise attendees last night!
To celebrate her last day of shooting Don’t be Afraid of The Dark, news.com.au reports that Katie Holmes took her 3-year-old daughter Suri to the opening night of Beyonce’s concert on Tuesday (Sept. 16).
After deciding against viewing the show from the private box of the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, the mother-daughter duo sat in the roped off area within the general admission section. The two were happy and gracious enough to pose for pictures with thrilled fans.
During Beyonce‘s opening number Crazy In Love, Suri covered her ears with her hands and buried her head into her mother’s shoulder in order to hide from the flashing lights.
Reportedly, Katie took a brief break and returned a little while later with Suri wearing sound proof earmuffs.
This was a tough one!
Jeff Gordon and his wife Ingrid Vandebosch took their adorable 2-year-old daughter Ella Sofia to the Baby Phat fashion show in NYC. The family of three watched Kimora Lee Simmons and her three children strut their stuff on the catwalk.
Jeff is a professional race car driver and Ingrid is a model and occasional actress.
Filed under: Guess Who?,Jeff Gordon
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A silver-clad Uma Thurman stirkes a bold pose on the cover of the October issue of W.
Reflecting on her life as a single mom, the 39-year-old Kill Bill star tells the magazine that as her kids Maya, 11, and Levon, 7, get older she finds herself able to reclaim the parts of her life that have had to take a backseat to motherhood.
“’When my son turned seven, I felt myself stand upright and realize that I wasn’t going to be bending over so much,’ she says, getting out of her chair and comically throwing her arms to the floor as if tending to a small child. ‘I realized I had been kind of in this position for years! It’s nice to think that everybody’s getting more independent and now I can kind of maybe, slightly selfishly, think about work again. You know, I do care about my work, and it is part of me. And I am a mother, but I need to do what I’m good at doing. You really can’t let go of all of yourself…. Even your kids need you to be who you are.’”