Comeback singer, Whitney Houston, on Tuesday in an interview with Oprah talked about her cocaine addiction, her marriage with Bobby Brown and her struggle to get out.
Houston, 46, one of the top selling U.S. female vocalists of all time, made the remarks to Oprah Winfrey in the last of a two-part interview with the TV chat show host.
Houston shared how her mother came to her house and told her to go to rehab and make a decision on her life. The singer shared how she took her daughter with her to rehab and didn't hide her drug addiction from her.
She further described her turbulent marriage to Bobby Brown and how she saw him with other women and how he spat on her face several times.
The singer talked about the support and prayers of many loved ones who stood by her and helped her through this and how she received strength from God to get through the situation.
When asked by Oprah who she loves, the singer responded with, The Lord, I do, I am so humbled and so thankful by his grace and his goodness and having never given up on me. She went on to say that she loves her mother and daughter.