Stars Take Moment of Silence for Bobbi Kristina at Clive Davis' Pre-Grammy Party

Stars Take Moment of Silence for Bobbi Kristina at Clive Davis' Pre-Grammy Party

Bobbi Kristina Brown's godfather leads celebrities like Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, Sam Smith, and Pharrell Williams to pray for Whitney Houston's daughter.
Celebrities at Clive Davis' pre-Grammy party at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday evening, February 7 in Beverly Hills, Calif. took a moment of silence to pray for Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown. The guests included Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, Pharrell Williams, Jennifer Hudson, Sam Smith, and Mary J. Blige.

"If we can, let's have 30 seconds of silence for (Houston's) daughter, who is in the hospital. We want to make sure she is OK and that she can recover from her accident," Clive said in his speech after he was introduced by NBA legend Magic Johnson. Clive is Bobbi's godfather and her mother's close friend.

Bobbi Kristina Brown was found with her face down in a bathtub at her home on January 31. She has been placed in a medically-induced come. Family members including estranged father Bobby Brown have since been keeping vigil at her hospital bedside in Atlanta while she is still fighting for her life. Three years ago on the eve of 2012 Grammy Awards, her mother tragically died in the same manner in a Beverly Hills hotel room just hours before Clive's party.

Bobbi's beau Nick Gordon who found her in the bathtub is reportedly under criminal investigation for possible foul play in her case after police found out that she "had certain injuries that have piqued their interest." On top of that, Nick is expected to appear in court for reckless driving charges on Monday, February 9.

Meanwhile, an arrest warrant issued for Bobbi to appear in Alpharetta Municipal Court for driving without a valid tag on her car was dismissed by authorities. "In light of the circumstances we felt it was appropriate to recall the warrant. We hope the family can find a measure of comfort during this difficult period," said a rep for the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety.

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