Bobbi Kristina Brown update
Cissy Houston (left) updated fans about Bobbi Kristina Brown's condition. The two are pictured at the New York premiere of "The Houstons: On Our Own" in 2012. Reuters

Bobbi Kristina Brown is not getting any better, according to Cissy Houston. Brown’s grandmother recently said that the comatose 22-year-old is “not progressing at all.”

In January, Bobbi Kristina was found unresponsive in a bathtub in her Georgia home. The daughter of singers Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston has been in a coma ever since. While she is no longer in a medically-induced coma or on life support, Bobbi Kristina still hasn’t woken up yet. Cissy Houston, 81, previously stated that Bobbi Kristina has “irreversible brain damage.”

On Saturday, Houston revealed to Entertainment Tonight that Bobbi Kristina wasn’t improving. “She's the same, she's not progressing at all,” Houston said. “She's not gone yet, but you know, whatever the Lord decides, I'm ready for her ... I have nothing to do with that. That's His job. It's His territory, you know? And I understand it.”

Her lack of progress is likely why Bobby Brown and aunt Pat Houston have become Bobbi Kristina’s legal guardians. “Both Mr. Brown and Ms. Houston are jointly responsible for decisions related to Krissi’s care and medical needs,” their attorney explained to People.

Cissy revealed that Bobbi Kristina's lack of progress isn’t keeping the family away. They still visit her at Dekalb Medical in Georgia. “We go to the hospital every day and pray and, you know, I talk to [Bobbi Kristina] because she can still hear, and I rub her hand and what not,” Houston said. “My daughter-in-law and my son, we do what we can do. The rest is, we can't do anything about because that's all up to Him. We know nothing about His plan.”

This isn’t the first time that Bobbi Kristina’s grandmother has indicated that the aspiring actress was not getting better. “She's the same,” Houston told New York radio station WBLS FM 107.5 in March. “We've moved her to a place for rehabilitation. And you know, still not a great deal of hope. [We're] still praying.”