Singer Kelly Rowland’s “beautiful relationship” with Beyoncé Knowles and Michelle Williams runs further than their band Destiny’s Child.
The women experienced worldwide success with all the girl group, scoring huge hits including Independent Women, Bootylicious and Lose My Breath, but Kelly believes they achieved a great deal because of the strong friendship that underlined the tunes. Despite disbanding in 2006, the girls remain close and possess never felt any rivalry within their subsequent solo projects, unlike a great many other girl bands which have gone before them.
“You determine what, it’s really the way you interact with the other and the bond that any of us have, and that’s what’s most critical to us,” Kelly told Fox News. “We’ve had the oppertunity to carry that in this lives. You determine what I mean? Michelle was immediately when my son was created. B (Beyoncé) was in front of them when my son was born as well as the same the other way round, so it’s just a real beautiful relationship that individuals have, and it’s deeper than Destiny’s Child.”
The 34 yr old found fame together with the group when she would have been a teenager although many current young pop stars have struggled with finding yourself in the media spotlight, Kelly has always had the capacity to remain grounded. Her friendship back with her band mates helped accomplish that, as did the support no nonsense attitude of her nearest and dearest.
“I possess a great circle of folks around me, I must say, who don’t play, in complete honesty,” she added. “My family, my girlfriends and I’m just really grateful for him or her all. They completely ensure that is stays 100 beside me. It’s all truth, all truth and I love that about them. They’re not ‘yes’ people.”
Now a wife and mother to 11 month old son Titan, Kelly’s priorities have changed although she still enjoys making music, she warned Destiny’s Child fans a reunion isn’t about the cards sooner.
“We haven’t pointed out it,” she said. “We haven’t pointed out it whatsoever, and it’s just something which hasn’t show up in conversation to become completely honest.”