Family friend and filmmaker Tyler Perry joined Bobbi Kristina Brown's family on Sunday at the hospice care facility in Duluth, Ga., where they have been keeping vigil at her side.
Perry arrived at the facility in a blue Rolls Royce and stayed several hours.
Soon after Bobbi Kristina was first hospitalized, ET previously reported, Perry loaned his private plane to Bobby Brown to fly down to Atlanta.
The daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston was in a medically-induced coma for nearly five months after being discovered unconscious and unresponsive in her bathtub in nearby Roswell on Jan. 31.
In February, Oprah Winfrey, who was the first to interview Bobbi Kristina after Houston died, talked about Perry's bond with the family.
"Tyler has been really close to the family," Winfrey said. "Tyler was really supportive of Whitney when she had her troubles -- he intervened and tried to help her -- and I know that he's been instrumental in trying to help Bobbi Kristina, too."
Since being moved to Peachtree Christian Hospice on Wednesday, a steady stream of family have also visited, including both Pat Houston and Bobby Brown's sister, Tina. The two aunts to Bobbi Kristina are not believed to have visited together before.
ET recently spoke to Whitney Houston's mother, Cissy, about how difficult it has been for the family to come to terms with Bobbi Kristina's condition. Watch the interview below: