Bobbi Kristina Brown
Bobbi Kristina Brown has been distraught since the Feb. 11 death of her mother Whitney Houston. Though the world lost a legend, 19-year-old Bobbi Kristina lost a mother and a best friend. The young girl spoke with Oprah Winfrey, in the first interview since her mother's death, to discuss how she is persevering through the pain.

At her first interview since her mother, Whitney Houston, died, Bobbi Kristina, the teenage daughter of the Queen of American pop, said she was doing as well as he possibly could.

Bobbi Kristina, 19, affectionately called Krissy, said she had spiritual visitations from her dead mother, heard her voice and, in a report by the Telegraph, said she was aware of her mother's presence because of lights that turned themselves on and off, on their own.

Krissy was speaking to popular American talk show host Oprah Winfrey, on the Sunday show. Pat Houston, the late singer's manager and sister-in-law, as well as Gary Houston (Whitney's brother), were also present during the interview.

"She's always with me. Her spirit is strong, it's a strong spirit. I feel her pass through me all the time," Bobbi Kristina was quoted as saying on Oprah's show.

"I can hear her voice, you know, and spirit talking to me, telling me, you know, 'keep moving baby. I'm right here. I got you' ... she's always with me. I can always feel her," she added.

Kristina has had trouble with substance abuse and was even rumoured to be sharing the same drug dealer as her late mother. However, the young girl was believed to be close to her mother and is still struggling to put the death behind her.

Whitney Houston died at the age of 48 on 11 February.

See the interview here...