Bringing a little energy to the Big Apple to kick off the Memorial Day holiday, Bobby Brown was the guest performer on the special edition of the "Today" show's Summer Concert Series on Monday morning (May 28).
The 43-year-old R&B singer took to the Rockefeller Plaza stage while first dedicating his song “Every Little Step” to all of his "soldiers out there.”
In his first interview since his ex-wife’s death, Bobby Brown sat down with the “Today Show’s” host, Matt Lauer to say, "I'm not the reason she's gone."
The R&B singer vividly opened up to say that he’s "very much clean and sober from narcotics," and tells Lauer about the last time he saw Whitney Houston and how he reacted when he found out about her death.
After his arrest on March 26 for failing a sobriety test after being pulled over, Bobby Brown will not be going to jail.
In court on Wednesday (April 25), the singer’s attorney pleaded no contest on behalf of the 43-year-old for the misdemeanor DUI charge and, as a result, Brown was ordered to complete an alcohol awareness course and pay a $390 fine.
Just months after the tragic death of singing legend Whitney Houston, TMZ has obtained the 9-1-1 calls that were placed moments after her body was found.
The caller, who is a Beverly Hilton security team member, advises the operator that a "46-year-old female" was "found in the bathroom," adding he was "not sure if she fell or if she was in the bathroom with the water."