TV One just released the trailer for it’s upcoming biopic Bobbi Kristina and it’s definitely going to be a tearjerker.
Per the network, the film “aims to restore what has been lost amidst the tabloid headlines: the real Bobbi Kristina Brown, a.k.a. “Krissy” — the vibrant, talented and troubled only daughter of pop music royalty Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, who died too young, and whose memory has been overshadowed by the circumstances of her death.”
In the heartbreaking first look, we see Bobbi Kristina played by Joy Ravaris trying to cope with the sudden death of her mother Whitney Houston. In one scene she tearfully tells her aunt Pat Houston played by Vivica Fox that Nick Gordon, is “the single best thing that’s happened” to her since losing her mom.
Audiences also see her relationship with her mother (played by Demetria McKinney) and her struggles to live up to her enormous singing abilities.
Directed by Ty Hodges, Bobbi Kristina also stars Hassan Johnson as Bobby Brown and Nadji Jeter as Nick Gordon.
The film comes just two years after BK’s untimely and tragic death at her Georgia home. Her autopsy showed that she died due to drowning in a bath tub mixed with a lethal dose of alcohol, marijuana, and cocaine.
Gordon was found legally responsible for her death and was ordered to pay her estate $36 million. He remains a person of interest in the criminal investigation.