The 19-year-old daughter of the deceased legend said she will carry on her mother's legacy through music and movies.
"I have to carry on the legacy. We're gonna do the singing thing. Some acting, some dancing."
Bobbi also reveals the moment she realized her mother was an icon at her mother's funeral. "I just saw her as mom. The first time I saw her as a worldwide icon was when we went on tour. And the funeral. ... She made an impact not only on a few people. She made an impact on the world."
She also opened up about how she reassured her mother that she was beautiful.
"She would come to me and say, 'Did Mommy do OK? Did I look OK?' I'd say, 'You're beautiful. You're fine. You're perfect.'"
Later on in the broadcast, Whitney's brother and sister came on and spoke more about Whitney's last moments inside the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
"I was working in my room and decided I needed to go pick up something pertaining to the party. Mary (Whitney's assistant) checked on her before we left."
When they got back, Pat headed to Whitney's room. "She'd been asking for me all morning. ... She called my phone twice. She hadn't seen my face. Usually I go up and see her and that was one day I didn't." Pat headed down the hallway, "and I hear screams. I kept walking very slow. A woman opened her door and said, 'Is everything all right?' I said 'Dial 911.'" But Pat said she didn't know why she said that.
"I knew something was wrong. I didn't know what. I was just numb. I walked," says Pat. She and Oprah both start welling up. "As I got closer," says Pat, "and I turn the corner, Mary's at the door and she's screaming, 'Oh my god.' I told her to stop. 'Calm down, please.'"
Take a look at the video interview below.