An anonymous tipster [not really] sent this tidbit over last night but I neglected it to watch Neffie dance around in Trinidad with no panties on. Priorities, priorities.
Fans of Kizzy Rowland should be accustomed to this type of treatment by now. Much like Papa Knowles I only pay attention to her when things are moving slow.
Destiny’s Child singer Kelly Rowland may not be the superstar that her group member Beyonce is in the United States, but the singer is a mega-star in Europe where she has been playing arena-size venues with the biggest international pop acts.
Its no wonder that Kelly was recently spotted meeting with 19 Entertainment’s Simon Fuller, who she is expected to announce as her new manager at the top of the year.
Simon is the current manager of international acts like The Spice Girls, Annie Lennox, Carrie Underwood and David and Victoria Beckham.
Apparently 27-year-old Kelly is tired of playing the backseat to group member Beyonce and intends to ax the “If I Were A Boy” singer’s daddy Matthew Knowles in the coming weeks.
Her album, Ms. Kelly, was released in the U.S. in 2007 after being pushed back numerous times for Beyonce’s B’day CD. After Ms. Kelly came out, the CD sold underwhelming numbers.
In the U.K., the CD had an impressive debut and bolted up the charts after the song E2Work” hit radio. The CD was re-released in the Europe and in Japan as, Ms. Kelly Deluxe, and was a chart-topper. The re-release was only available for digital download in the U.S.
Unfortunately, Kelly’s U.S. success doesn’t match her international career and before she ends up like U.S. singer Anastacia, who is an international superstar but doesn’t sell records in America, Kelly is ready for a management overhaul to get things together.
An insider at the wig crypt tells me that production of lace fronts are way down with Beyonce wearing “her natural, God given hairline” nowadays. If she plans on finally being able to pay that damn ’93 Feistiva off I suggest she goes where the cash is at.