Little Known Black History Fact: Kelly Rowland calls her fans Rowland Stones. There’s a GIF for that.
The buzz around the wig crypt this morning is that Kelandria has rescheduled selected dates on her upcoming summer tour with The-Dream to work around her new gig as a judge on ‘The X-Factor’ so she can get to these dollars.
Idolator reports, “While five shows will still proceed as planned, a number of stops have been rescheduled: Kansas City, Missouri; Boston, Massachusetts; Jackson, Mississippi; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Cleveland, Ohio; and Cincinnati, Ohio. If you live in one of those cities, Kelly Rowland does not love you as much as she loves the rest of her Rowland Stones.”
Wearing a wig that should be flying at half-mast, talk show host Wendy Williams made an appearance at The Bryant Park Reading Room in New York City to promote her new book ‘Ask Wendy’ on Wednesday (May 15).
Spoiler alert: the most interesting part of this post is Wendy’s screaming toes jammed in those heels and her peek-a-boo upper lip.
Fresh off her recent lavish getaway to Dubai, Kenya Moore was ready for her close up at the Hollywood premiere of ‘Peeples’ on Wednesday night (May 8) in a lovely one shoulder gray dress. She By Sheree for H&M, I presume?
‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’ star is set to return to Season 6 of the hit show — if the money is right.
Sources tell TMZ that Kenya is currently finalizing talks with Bravo to come back next season but her paycheck has become a sticking point in contract negotiations. The issue is expected to settle soon and reportedly pretty much in the bag.
As for Porsha Stewart, sources say she will return but in a smaller role.
It’s not a real party until Fandaygo kicks off her shoes! Fantasia put her ‘Baby Makin’ Hips’ in motion while lighting up the stage at the 8th Annual Jazz In The Gardens in Miami Gardens, Florida on Saturday (March 16).
She was joined at the Michael Baisden-hosted event by Babyface, Charlie Wilson and New Edition.
The 28-year-old entertainer opened up about going through times of struggle for a reason in a recent radio interview. “I always say I feel like I lost all of those things for God to put the right things in my life and I feel like I’m winning again,” Fantasia told Philadelphia radio station WDAS FM. “Finally. And this time I know how to protect it and I know how to take care of it.”
Looking good, Tasia Mae!