It's been almost a month since Whitney Houston died on February 11. And on the one month anniversary of her passing this Sunday, March 11, Oprah Winfrey will air an intimate interview with the late singer's family.
Sunday's show will feature interviews with multiple members of the family, including her brother, Gary Houston, her sister-in-law and manager, Patricia Houston and Whitney's daughter, Bobbi Kristina.
As those who await the interview are most anxious to see Bobbi Kristina open up about her mother, a partial transcript of Sunday's interview with Patricia has surfaced and it reveals a side of Whitney that only those closest to her would have seen.
On Patricia fearing the worst--
"The handwriting was kind of on the wall...I would be kidding myself to say otherwise."
On Whitney turning her life around--
"Things were changing, very much so...it wasn't about substance abuse or anything like that relative to the latter days or anything like that, it was just more of a lifestyle. I was afraid for other things.
On Whitney's personal life--
“I saw her chasing a dream, you know, looking for love in all the wrong places," Patricia said, possibly referring to Whitney's on-again-off-again fling with Ray J.
On Bobbi Kristina's segment:
The 19-year-old discusses how she wants her mother to be remembered, OWN said Thursday.
For the full interview, check out OWN Sunday night at 10PM.