Whitney Houston’s last film Sparkle opens in theaters this weekend, but daughter Bobbi Kristina saw an early screening and was so moved by what she saw, she decided to publish an open letter to her late mother on Ebony.
“Mom, I know that making the movie Sparkle meant everything to you,” Bobbi writes.
“You always told me and Nicholas and the family, ‘This is for you, this is for us, this is for the family. This is for you Bobbi Kris.' You told me that all the time," says Bobbi, "I'm so proud that you were able to finish making Sparkle before things happened. You did it for us. Mom, you had such a great time making the movie. You glowed throughout...you just glowed. My mother being so happy was an absolutely beautiful thing for me to watch. I'm very proud of you.”
Such sweet words from an obviously adoring daughter.
Just last week Bobbi Kristina and her boyfriend Nick Gordon got matching Whitney Houston tribute tattoos on their forearms on what would have been Whitney’s 49th birthday.
Continuing all the Whitney love, today in Los Angeles the Grammy Museum will debut an exhibit in honor of Whitney.
“Whitney! Celebrating the Musical Legacy of Whitney Houston” will display artifacts, photographs and footage from the Houston family’s private collection.
The exhibit will run through February 2013 at L.A. Live’s Grammy Museum.