We all know Beyoncé is pregnant with twins, we all know she canceled her Coachella appearance because of her pregnancy, we all know Coachella is an outer circle of hell, and we all know Ms. Tina seems like one of the most delightful people on the planet. So, it’s perfectly understandable that Beyoncé would spend…
Shiny happy people Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are generally close-lipped about their family life—such is their right. However, during a game of Fact or Fiction with Michael Kors, Lively revealed one intimate, not to mention bizarre, tidbit: Reynolds played Marvin Gaye’s famous sexin’ jam, “Let’s Get It On,” while…
Does anyone else need a drink? Goddamn. Let’s do this.
In case you were hoping to one day witness a power wedding between Beyoncé’s daughter Blue Ivy and Kelly Rowland’s son Titan, I’m here to tell you you need to fold that dream up, put it in your pocket and just go ahead and throw the pants away because it ain’t happening. Probably.
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.
“This Is For My Girls” takes on an insurgent double meaning when FLOTUS drops it: a benefit song for her homegirls, featuring her homegirls—people like Missy, Janelle Monáe, Kelly Rowland, Kelly Clarkson, Zendaya and Diane Warren (who wrote it, clearly)—it’s dropping today in tandem with her SXSW talk. It’s also meant…
Like TLC before her, Kelly Rowland is planning to create a new girl group in the shadow of her Destiny’s Child fame with a new documentary series on BET called Chasing Destiny.
Weekly-ish, a pre-approved, snap-judged music guide based on our very scientific, non-subjective Yes/No rating system. There’s really no debating this, come on stop.
Marisa Tomei will have a guest role on Empire’s second season, and so will Kelly Rowland and Lenny Kravitz, Chris Rock, Alicia Keys and Oprah.
Queen Mother Tina Knowles Lawson, newly married, has written an open letter to her children—Beyoncé, Solange, Kelly Rowland and niece Angie and, in theory, the rest of us—for the occasion of mother’s day, at Time. It is a minor revelation.
When you hear the name Colin Farrell, and you’re like, Hmm, wow—seems like that guy hasn’t dated anyone in about four years? That’s because it’s on purpose, okay?
New audio recording reveals that Stephen Collins, the actor best known for playing the father/pastor on the WB show 7th Heaven, has molested several underage girls.
It's been about a year since Spike Lee signed on to direct Spinning Gold, the biopic about Casablanca Records founder Neil Bogart, who signed among others, KISS, T. Rex, Parliament, and Cher. Justin Timberlake is already on board as Bogart, and it looks like Kelly Rowland is interested in playing the voice of disco…
Sony Music's publicity team didn't expect much of Destiny’s Child when they were signed as teenagers. But one woman, Yvette Noel-Schure, their longtime publicist, looked at Beyoncé, Kelly, LaTavia and LaToya and saw the flicker of world domination.
In today's Tweet Beat, Iggy Azalea has a response to her Nicki Minaj drama, Kelly Rowland has an interesting nickname for her fans and Bethenny Frankel is lusting after a handy man.
Destiny’s Child is back! Just kidding, but Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland did appear in Michelle Williams’ new video for her gospel song “Say Yes.” You’re welcome.
Kelly Rowland and her new husband-manager Tim Witherspoon are having a baby, and the singer posted a pair of baby sneakers to tell the world.
This Vine that has been making the rounds! It's a snippet from a vintage interview with the then-new group known as Destiny's Child, and when Kelly Rowland calls herself the "second lead vocalist of the group," Beyoncé's reaction is priceless.