Kelly Rowland’s new girl group has chosen to call themselves June’s Diary, which is a name that means nothing.
On Tuesday night’s finale* of Chasing Destiny, Kelly Rowland selected the final five members of her girl group, whom she’ll now try to mold into stars. What really are their chances?
“I don’t want reality stars. I want stars,” Kelly Rowland says in the premiere episode of BET’s Chasing Destiny, making it unsurprisingly clear that she’s more focused on assembling a drama-free girl group than creating salacious reality TV.
In a recent podcast interview, Mel B says the rumored Spice Girls reunion is seriously close to happening, and she also recalls the time she beat up a member of a certain memorable ’90s girl group back in the day whose hits include “Never Ever.”
All Saints, the ’90s girl group that gave us at least one great jam that’s easily forgettable but highly memorable once remembered, announced their comeback in February. The response was an overwhelming “K...”
Can you think of anything more fun than absolutely shredding a fiery guitar solo in honor of your Supreme Leader?
A member of a Japanese girl band has been found in breach of contract and fined by a district court for supposedly bringing male fans back to her hotel rooom in 2013. The girl, then 15, had signed a “no dating” contract as part of her membership in the group, and a judge ruled that she’d tarnished the “image” of the…
Fifth Harmony is about their business in the video for "Worth It," a song that falls somewhere in the lineage of Beyoncé's "Ego" and Alicia Keys' "A Woman's Worth."
Whitney Houston had a little something to do with Beyoncé's solo career. During an interview promoting her new Oxygen reality show, Fix My Choir, Michelle Williams recalled the time that Destiny's Child first met Whitney and heard her singing the group's classic anthem, "Say My Name."
Bette! It's like you've decided to take the best scene in movie history and replace your costars with yourself and then turn that into an album! What an idea!