When Houston died, her estate, worth an estimated $20 million, was left to her only child, Bobbi Kristina Brown, whom she shared with ex-husband Bobby Brown. According to USA Today, the Grammy winner drafted her will in 1993, then made changes to it in April 2000, ensuring that her daughter inherited everything.
Four days later, a friend found her unconscious in the tub, her face submerged in water, in the Atlanta-area condo where she lived with Nick. She was in a coma or otherwise unresponsive for nearly six months and died at a hospice facility on July 26, 2015.
Much of that troubled relationship and its associated problems were made public in the reality T.V. show "Being Bobby Brown." On February 11, 2012, Houston died from a drug-related accidental drowning. She was just 48 years old.
Houston's toxicology report found "cocaine and metabolites" were contributory to Houston's death, but it also found other substances in her body including marijuana, Xanax, Flexiril, and Benadryl.
Background. "Celebrate" was written and produced by R. Kelly and is the last song that Whitney Houston recorded; it is a duet between Houston and R&B/pop singer Jordin Sparks.
Houston had been obsessed with as a teenager in New Jersey. In 1976, when Whitney Houston was a teenager in New Jersey, she saw a film called "Sparkle." She was so taken by its message, she used to say, that every Saturday for four straight months she'd go to the movie theater to catch the matinee.
I Look to You is the seventh and final studio album by American singer Whitney Houston. It was first released on August 28, 2009, through Sony Music in Europe, then August 31, 2009 with Arista Records in the United States before being released by RCA Records in the United Kingdom on October 19, 2009.
As for the estimated $18 million of the Houston estate that Bobbi Kristina did not live to enjoy, Whitney Houston's will provided that if her daughter died unmarried and without children of her own and without a will, the remainder of the estate would go to Houston's two brothers and to her mother, Cissy Houston.
The makeup mogul turned serial entrepreneur sold her first company, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, at just 34 years old. Today, more than 25 years later, Brown is back in the driver's seat, spearheading Jones Road Beauty, a clean-beauty brand she launched in October.
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No, Bobbi Brown isn't vegan, as it contains animal byproducts such as lanolin in its products. Products with vegan formulas may not be considered truly vegan either since the company is not cruelty-free. Check out our favourite cruelty-free skincare product recommendations next.
Even so, Brown herself hasn't been the person behind the Bobbi Brown Cosmetics brand since 2016, when she left Estée Lauder. She had worked there for over two decades after selling the company her brand in 1995 in a reported $74.5 million deal.
This time, she wanted to go all in. “I really tried to talk my publisher into letting me do a full-on health and wellness book,” she says. “We had to compromise and put some makeup in the back of the book.” At the end of 2016, Brown announced that she was leaving her namesake makeup brand.
|Occupation||Make-up artist, businesswoman, entrepreneur|
|Known for||Founder of Bobbi Brown Cosmetics|
the Estée Lauder Companies
Four years after its debut, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics was acquired by the Estée Lauder Companies. With her natural approach, Bobbi stood out in an era defined by over-the-top and unnatural beauty.
Houston's will was drafted about 20 years ago and named Bobbi Kristina as the sole heir to her estate. The will stipulated that Bobbi Kristina would receive the money in a series of payments over nine years — 10 percent at age 21 (about $2 million), a 30 percent distribution at 25 and the remainder at age 30.