Kelly Rowland

Jun
10
Kelly Rowland, Mary J. Blige, & Keri Hilson Attend ‘Think Like a Man Too’ Premiere

Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams

Two-thirds of Destiny’s Child showed up to the premiere of Think Like a Man Too on Monday in Hollywood. After reuniting for the “Say Yes” video, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams held hands while walking the carpet.

The newly-married Kelly styled herself in a Dolce&Gabbana suit and Tom Ford shoes, while Michelle looked angelic in a white Peggy Hartanto dress.

Keri Hilson stepped out with her NBA baller boyfriend Serge Ibaka and mingled with the cast of the romantic comedy including Kevin Hart and Taraji P. Henson.

Others showing their support included Ne-Yo, Keke Palmer, and Mary J. Blige, who helmed the film’s soundtrack.

“Just left the premiere in LA tonight. Really good movie,” tweeted Mary.

See more of the star sightings below.

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Jun
4
Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, & Michelle Williams Reunite for ‘Say Yes’ Video

Beyoncé, Michelle Williams, and Kelly Rowland

Destiny’s Child is getting back together…almost. Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams reunited to shoot a video for Williams’ new single “Say Yes.”

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Jun
2
New Music: Kelly Rowland – ‘The Game’

The Game

Kelly Rowland has her eye on the prize. The newly-married singer gets in “The Game” on her empowering new anthem off Pepsi’s soccer-inspired visual album Beats of the Beautiful Game.

“I was immediately attracted to ‘The Game’ because I can identify with its theme of overcoming challenges and finding your voice,” said Kelly. “It’s a very important message and I’m honored to partner with Pepsi on a project that brings the worlds of music, sports, and film together. As an artist—and a huge film and sports fan—it’s been an incredible experience.”

There will also be a short film for the song directed by Spike Lee.

The complete 11-track album drops June 10 featuring Janelle Monáe, Rita Ora, Don Omar, Santigold, Timbaland, and more.

Meanwhile, Kelly has been working on her fifth studio album, which was inspired by iconic female singers like Diana Ross.

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May
21
New Music: Michelle Williams f/ Beyoncé & Kelly Rowland – ‘Say Yes’

Say Yes

Praise the Lord. Destiny’s Child gets back together as solo members on Michelle Williams’ new song “Say Yes.” Beyoncé, Michelle, and Kelly celebrate the Almighty on the uplifting, gospel tune, which boasts a dance floor-ready beat courtesy of Harmony Samuels.

“When Jesus say yes, nobody can say no,” sing the ladies.

The infectious jam, inspired by a traditional Nigerian praise song, will appear on Michelle’s upcoming fourth album Journey to Freedom.

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UPDATE: The song is now available on iTunes. Watch the lyric video below.

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May
13
Kelly Rowland Marries Tim Witherspoon in Costa Rica

Kelly Rowland and Tim Witherspoon

Kelly Rowland is officially off the market. The “Motivation” singer reportedly tied the knot with her manager and best friend Tim Witherspoon in an intimate ceremony over the weekend.

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Mar
26
Kelly Rowland Leaves Label, Starts ‘Fresh’ with Fifth Album

Kelly Rowland

Kelly Rowland is getting a fresh start. The “Motivation” singer has left her label and is working on her fifth studio album.

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Feb
15
Video: Joe f/ Kelly Rowland – ‘Love & Sex (Part 2)’

Joe and Kelly Rowland

Sparks fly in Joe’s romantic video for “Love & Sex (Part 2),” the sequel to his Doubleback duet with Fantasia. The R&B veteran cozies up to the sexy Kelly Rowland in the Bille Woodruff-directed clip.

While he has flirty encounters with other women, he resists temptation because he only has eyes for one. He eventually gets down on one knee and makes it official by proposing to Kelly.

“I’ve learned there’s a difference between love and sex / But can I have the both of them with you?” he asks.

Their R&B duet serves as the first single from Joe’s upcoming album Bridges, due in July.

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