Whitney Houston's Mom Breaks Her Silence

Whitney Houston's mother, Cissy, is opening up about the tragic death of her daughter in an exclusive interview with Brenda Blackmon of New Jersey TV station My9.
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In Cissy's first interview since Whitney's passing, she thanks the fans of her late daughter who have sent in cards and gifts "from all over the world."
Following Whitney's funeral, Rev. Jesse Jackson spoke with CNN and said that Cissy and Bobbi Kristina both held up great during the service despite breaking down once or twice.
Cissy revealed how she's dealt with the tragic loss since then, saying, "If I thought I could do something to bring her back, that's exactly what I'd do, but I know that's impossible."
The interview airs Monday on My9's The 10 O'Clock News.