Kelly Rowland DISHES The Dirty Laundry On "GMA", PERFORMS "Street Life" With Pusha T
Kelly Rowland's Talk A Good Game hit stores yesterday and she stopped by "GMA" to promote the album and perform "Street Life" with Pusha T. Watch the interview and performance inside...
Kelly Rowland stopped by "GMA" this morning where she chatted with Lara Spencer and dished on the release of Talk a Good Game, which hit shelves and digital outlets this week.
Ms. Kelly also gave a sneak peek at her “Dirty Laundry” video which gives us a look into an abusive relationship from Kelly's past and her bittersweet admiration for her D-Child sis Beyonce. Kelly revealed that she cried during the filming of the video, but added that the entire experience of opening up to her fans had been very rewarding.
Later, she hit the stage to perform "Street Life" with Pusha T. And chick's performance slayed.
Watch the interview here:
Watch Kelly perform "Street Life" with Pusha T here:
She also started going in on a hot medley of Destiny's Child hits before they cut her off for commercial. Ugh.
BONUS: Kelly chatted up InTouch Weekly recently where she explained that there's NO jealousy involved when it comes to how she feels about Bey, and people misconstrued her words on "Dirty Laundry."
“I’m not saying I’m jealous of her by any means! It’s so sad that people always go straight to that place [of jealousy]. It’s ridiculous. It’s basically about me going through some struggles in my life while she was doing her thing.”
BONUS 2: Kelly also hit up "106 & Park" last night to chat up Bow Wow & Angela Simmons (the other three co-hosts STILL haven't returned...but that's another story). She explained why she named her album Talk A Good Game:
"Talk A Good Game" is one of my favorite songs off the album and that's honestly why I named it that. Everything I'm saying on the album is true, so it's real."
Here's the cutie's full interview below:
Photos via GMA