Sadly, Whitney Houston didn't live to see Sparkle -- the movie project she spent 10 years trying to bring to the silver screen -- arrive in theaters. But her daughter Bobbi Kristina wants her mom to know that, wherever she is, it turned out great.
Ebony.com has published a brief letter that Bobbie Kristina has penned to her late mom about the movie. In it, she writes, "Mom, I know that making the movie Sparkle meant everything to you. You always told me...and the family, 'This is for you, this is for us, this is for the family. This is for you Bobbi Kris.' You told me that all the time."
She continues, "I'm so proud that you were able to finish making Sparkle before things happened. You did it for us. Mom, you had such a great time making the movie. You glowed throughout...you just glowed."
The 19-year-old finishes by writing, "My mother being so happy was an absolutely beautiful thing for me to watch. I'm very proud of you."
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