Kelly Rowland

Lifetime continues hot streak with Kelly Rowland, Meagan Good rom-com

Lifetime is continuing its streak of star-studded, buzzy made-for-TV movies with The 10th Date.

The two-hour romantic comedy is set to star Destiny’s Child member Kelly Rowland, Meagan Good (Think Like a Man), singer-songwriter Keri Hilson, Kellee Stewart (The Soul Man), UnREAL’s Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, Emmy nominee and So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley, and Brandon T. Jackson (Tropic Thunder). The film is written and directed by Nzingha Stewart, who’s also directed an episode of UnREAL for the network.

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The oral history of Destiny's Child's legacy-making Survivor

The third album from Destiny’s Child debuted in May 2001, hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200, and cemented Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams as one of the decade’s best pop trios. But before its release, the group underwent lineup turmoil: LeToya Luckett, LaTavia Roberson, and Farrah Franklin left the group and Williams was asked to join. So, for Survivor, Knowles wanted to write and produce all the songs, and show fans that the group was as strong as ever. Here’s how it all went down.

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Kelly Rowland says Destiny's Child haven't talked about another reunion

After Destiny’s Child took the stage at the Super Bowl in 2013, fans have been clamoring for another reunion. Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams did perform together again at the Stellar Gospel Music Awards in March but lovers of the “Bootylicious” triumvirate want more.

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Kelly Rowland joins Empire's second season in a mother of a role

Let’s hope Empire is ready for (yet another) independent woman, because EW has confirmed that Kelly Rowland is joining the Fox show’s second season as none other than Lucious Lyon’s mother. And for those of you trying to figure out how that will work, Rowland is set to appear in flashback.

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Kelly Rowland hopes to discover the next Destiny’s Child with upcoming BET series

Kelly Rowland’s using her Destiny’s Child past to try and find the next “smash” girl group.

“I think each generation should be better than the last, and I really want to put together a group: I feel there’s one just out there waiting to be discovered, and I want to be the one to do it,” the singer told EW Saturday at her Samsung Galaxy Experience talk at the Essence Festival in New Orleans.

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10 times Destiny's Child proved they were too good for this world

Before there was Beyoncé, there was Destiny’s Child: a trio (and occasionally more) of singers who released still-amazing songs including “Say My Name” and “Bootylicious.” But 10 years ago this weekend, the group’s core, Michelle Williams, Kelly Rowland, and Beyoncé, split up. 

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