Kelly Rowland may be seven months pregnant, but she remains all sorts of busy.
With a slew of projects on her plate, the solo GRAMMY winner is working the promotional trail.
Ms. Kelly’s latest stop was the Tamron Hall Show.
During the candid chat, the 39-year-old dished on being pregnant with her second child, forthcoming EP ‘K,’ and new movie ‘Merry Liddle Christmas Wedding.’
For the first time Rowland also opened up about her complicated relationship with her mother, who sadly passed away in 2014.
Watch the interview below, where excerpts also await…
Kelly on her complicated relationship with her mother and how it shaped her own choices as a mom:
“There’s a song that’s a part of this record that really means a lot to me – it’s definitely dedicated to my mother because it’s just about giving people their love while they’re here on this Earth and not taking advantage of time. If COVID has taught us anything, it’s not taking advantage of time and people. It’s so crazy because my mom and I had the most tumultuous relationship and now when I’m able to look back at some of her decisions that she made, the things that she did, I realize that we’re all a product of our environment. It’s our choice to be positive. If you don’t like the way the scenario went, or don’t like the way this personality or characteristic is, we have the ability to change it. I just wanted to do things differently, but she taught me so much in her space, in her stage as a mother and I’m so grateful to her for that and grateful to her for her sacrifices. You become a mother and you see why you do or say certain things and some of it is hard to process or understand, but you grow to understand it and I get it now.”
Kelly on Beyoncé’s reaction to her pregnancy:
“She was just happy, super happy and excited. When I told Tina [Knowles], when I told La [La Anthony], when I told all of my circle of incredible women they were just supportive and excited and called me every day. And specifically making sure that I’m not doing too much.”
Kelly on her son Titan’s reaction to her pregnancy:
“That little guy right there, my Titan, he’s the most hyped. This is his baby. His father and I told him, we pulled him to the side and told him that he was going to be a big brother, and he just lost his mind. He literally jumped up and down and said ‘When? I’m so ready.’ Every day he asks me, ‘When does the baby get here?’”
On why Kelly believes Lifetime’s “Merry Liddle Christmas” was so successful, leading to the network’s first-ever Christmas sequel, “Merry Liddle Christmas Wedding”:
“I think that there was representation. It was a full Black cast and Black director. I was very adamant about that, especially executive producing this film and having a really good time. It was awesome hearing from the actors specifically who are in Canada, because we filmed this in Canada, they were like ‘This is the first Black set I’ve ever been on.’ So to have that kind of feedback and to feel seen. When I was looking over my social media last year it was interesting watching so many people say ‘Oh my gosh I love this family,’ ‘They make me feel so belonged or together,’ ‘My family does this like the Liddles,’ it was all of that. And I’m so grateful that so many people tuned in, and that’s really what happened, so many people tuned in.”
Rowland’s ‘EP’ K drops December 4. Before then, ‘Merry Liddle Christmas Wedding’ premieres on Lifetime November 28.
Wrong timing, wrong places, wrong person… messsssssss. Kelly flopland had been struggling find her own sound. At least Michele did several decent gospel albums 💅🏿💅🏿
Congratulations Kelly Rowland