Whitney Houston family was fighting over who would accept her special Millennium Billboard Music Award Sunday in Las Vegas.
Whitney’s sister-in-law Pat Houston was trying to nudge out Bobbi Kristina from accepting the award because she desperately wanted to do it and promote her forthcoming reality TV show, according to TMZ.
The producers of the 2012 Billboard Music Awards really wanted Bobbi Kristina to accept the award and make the speech for her dead mother.
However, Pat “won’t stand for it and is making life hell for them as she tries to worm her way into the segment.”
The producers were reportedly very upset and felt she was “simply exploiting the situation to get publicity.”
Pat ended up winning the battle and helped Bobbi Kristina accept Houston’s award.
Bobbi Kristina was escorted to the stage by Nick Gordon, her unofficially adopted brother who she is engaged to, and he kissed her.
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Whoopi Goldberg presented the award.
Jordan Sparks sang “I Will Always Love You” and John Legend sang “The Greatest Love of All” to honor Houston.
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Video of Bobbi Kristina Brown and Pat Houston’s speech accepting Whitney Houston’s special lifetime achievement award at 2012 Billboard Music Awards and full tribute by John Legend and Jordan Sparks:
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