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10.30.2006 Nippy Watch
She didn’t sing, but Whitney Houston’s presence alone made her shine among a room full of glittering stars at Saturday’s 17th Carousel of Hope Ball.
It was the singer’s first step back into the spotlight since seeking treatment for substance abuse and leaving longtime husband Bobby Brown.
“I feel great,” said a blond Houston, wearing diamonds and black Armani. Sounding more calm and focused than she has in years, Houston clearly was touched by the outpouring of love.
“She’s looking at the light, instead of darkness,” said Houston’s pal and the evening’s honoree, Quincy Jones, who has known the singer since she was 16.
Houston was escorted to the event by music producer Clive Davis, the night’s other honoree. He noted, “She’s been through emotional trauma, and everybody’s rooting for her. We’re going to make a killer album.” (source)
Nice jacket Babyface. Is it from the Dr. Bobby Jones collection?
I’m Just Saying . . .
Bobby Brown @ “Circle of Sisters” event in New York City
The inspiration (or expiration if you are Buffie the Body) behind today’s rewind clip is the awesome friendship between Iron Mike and Bobby Brown. Last week TMZ reported that the two had a guys night out at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. There is a special place in heaven for whoever uploaded this shit to YouTube.
Arrest Warrant Issued For Bobby Brown
A family judge ordered Bobby Brown arrested if he steps foot in Massachusetts after he failed to show up at a hearing Monday over delinquent child support payments. Brown’s attorney said it’s a “very difficult time” for Brown, 37, whose tumultuous marriage to singer Whitney Houston is coming to an end after she filed for a legal separation earlier this month.
“Whether or not he’s going through a divorce doesn’t negate the fact that he still owes child support relative to his two children that he had prior to his marriage,” said Norfolk Probate and Family Court Judge Paula Carey.
Kim Ward, of Stoughton, the mother of two of Brown’s children, says Brown owes two months’ support, or $11,000.
Brown has a history of legal troubles with those support payments.
In June 2004, Brown was sentenced to 90 days in prison for missing three months of payments. That sentence was immediately suspended after Brown made back payments totaling about $15,000. (source - – Thanks Mz. Confucius!)