Bobby Brown has conducted his first interview since daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown's death in July.

Bobby, 46, appeared on Fox's talk show The Real for a sit-down interview that airs Monday.

Bobby expressed regret for not being able to prevent Bobbi Kristina's death, and the 22-year-old singer feels his late wife Whitney Houston "called" their daughter to God.

"If I could have been there two days before" Bobbi Kristina was found face down and unresponsive in her Roswell home's bathtub on January 31, "it wouldn't have went down like that," Bobby said in a preview clip of the show.

Bobbi Kristina didn't pass away until July 26 because her family was hoping for a miracle when she was in a coma and on life support.

"We prayed and hoped for six months for something better to happen, but when God calls you, he calls you. I'm pretty sure her mother was like... 'Come on, let's get her up here,'" Bobby explained.

"[I mean that] in the best way possible, because she... was just not comfortable by herself, I guess... [so] she just called my daughter with her."

Whitney had died in a similar fashion back in 2012 when she was found in the bathtub of a room in the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Authorities ruled the incident an accidental drowning with evidence of heart disease and cocaine in her system. Prescription drugs could have also played a role.

Bobbi Kristina's death is still under investigation. In early August, her conservator Bedelia C. Hargrove filed an amended complaint against her boyfriend Nick Gordon, accusing him of causing Bobbi Kristina's "wrongful death."

The lawsuit listed very disturbing details of the events that allegedly transpired leading up to her body being found -- including how Bobbi Kristina and Gordon allegedly got into a terrible, loud argument during which he gave her a "toxic cocktail" that left her unconscious and nearly knocked one of her teeth out.