A glowing Kelly Rowland chatted it up with ‘House of Style’ correspondent (I’m just going to leave it at that, thanks) Rita Ora about how to own the red carpet, as well as some of her favorite looks through the years.
“Now I look at that and I’m like ‘that was a big risk.’ I mean, I guess it was appropriate for that time. Nobody was really doing what we did as far as our outfits were concerned,” said Kelly about her red carpet moment with the Destiny’s Child at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards.
Laverne Cox has never looked more stunning.
Beywulf treated her diligent wig crypt employees early on Sunday morning by dropping the remix of her infectious song “Flawless” featuring Nicki Minaj and an assortment of Popeyes coupons in the break room. Almsgiving, hoe.
On the track, she addresses the now infamous elevator scuffle between sister Solange and husband / pre-approved purse watcher Jay-Z.
“We escalate, up in this bitch like elevators, of course sometimes shit go down when there’s billion dollars on an elevator,” Bey sings. “You can say what you want. I’m the shit,” she continues. That’s cute in theory. Now, can Mathew Knowles get a verse?
The song does not directly address the continuing rumors of Bey and Jay heading for divorce. It’s timing, though, could be seen as a way to deflect attention from all the catty talk. On the other hand, the reference to the couple representing a “billion dollars on an elevator” plays right into stories the Daily News reported this week which characterize the relationship between Bey and Jay as having far more to do with business than passion at this point. | New York Daily News
But that’s none of my business. Check out the track after the jump.
Guess who just got herself uninvited from Deshawn Snow’s sunset barbecue? Additional details have emerged about Farrah Franklin‘s bizarre night that landed her behind bars in South Carolina over the weekend — and they sound like deleted scenes from the movie ‘How High’.
According to the police, NFL player Da’Quan Bowers flew down to Myrtle Beach to see him. The two, along with NFL baller Ricky Sapp, spent all afternoon and evening knocking back drinks before later returning to Sapp’s home.
Both men told police the former Destiny’s Child member was highly intoxicated and behaving erratically, “yelling, slamming doors and refused to stop when asked.” The men called police after she refused to calm down.
Cops said they found Franklin lying in the middle of neighbor’s yard, telling them she “did not have anywhere else to go and was planning on sleeping in the woods.”
In audio from the 911 call made by Bowers, the defensive end with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers tells the operator that he believed that your cousin twice removed was high on drugs.
Once upon a time, Creolepatra Knowles actually had to explain her actions to people.
Back during the era when Destiny’s Child was dropping members every other video shoot, Michelle, Kelly, and Beyonce called into Wendy Williams‘ radio show to explain recent shake-ups in the group. And well, you know how you Uncle Wendell can be.
Listen and enjoy the days of yore when Queen Bey was forced to play nice with her elders for the greater good of the cause after the cut.