Nick Gordon's 'Dr. Phil' Interview Shows All The Pain & Grief He Feels Over Bobbi Kristina Brown — VIDEO
News first came out about the interview last week, and now the first footage of Nick Gordon on Dr. Phil has been released. As I'm sure we all expected, the short clip shows all the pain and grief Gordon feels over Bobbi Kristina Brown and her mother, Whitney Houston's death. Ever since Bobbi Kristina entered the hospital, after being found unconscious in her bathtub, Gordon has expressed his worry, sorrow, and love for his girlfriend. Now, we're seeing it firsthand in his chat/intervention with TV psychologist, Dr. Phil.
In the sneak peek, we see Gordon crying and expressing lots of anger, especially when it comes to Bobby Brown. They have not seen eye to eye over Bobbi Kristina, so it's no surprise when Gordon says, "I miss Krissy and Whitney so bad. I want them back... I hate Bobby Brown." Based on the video, it definitely looks like the interview, which is slated to air Wednesday, March 11, will be an emotional one.
It's even said that the interview turned into an intervention of sorts, because Gordon's mother, Michelle, fears for her son's life. Per Dr. Phil, if Gordon doesn't receive some type of help he "will be dead inside a week." Even though Gordon is shown exiting the interview and declaring, "I'm getting frustrated... I'm done with the interview. I'm done," E! News confirms that Gordon entered rehab after his Dr. Phil appearance. It still remains unknown what Gordon is receiving treatment for, but some reports claim it's for drug and alcohol abuse.
With all of that said, let's just hope Gordon is getting the help he needs and can find the strength to get through this very difficult time in his life.