Kelly Rowland Visits The Nick Cannon Show / Talks ‘Merry Liddle Christmas Baby,’ Motherhood, & More

Published: Thursday 25th Nov 2021 by Sam

It may be the holiday season, but Kelly Rowland isn’t halting her hustle.

Quite the opposite, in fact. For, the multi-hyphenate media maven is taking center stage in the new Lifetime movie ‘Merry Liddle Christmas Baby’ and is hot on the promotional trail for the film.

The Nick Cannon Show was Ms. Kelly’s latest stop and she chopped it up for a lengthy spell with the comic.

During her visit, Rowland dished on the film, giving birth to her second child earlier this year, her Destiny’s Child sisters, and much more.

Check out the fun-filled chat after the jump…

‘Merry Liddle Christmas Baby’ premieres on Lifetime on November 27 at 8/7c.

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  1. Shayla Queen™ 👑 November 25, 2021

    A racist and a flop’s shadow

    • TheOriginalUggh November 25, 2021

      You’re a whole grinch. You don’t ever have anything nice to say. You live your life through so much negativity and hate.

      Learn to just not comment when you aren’t putting kindness into the universe

      • Shayla Queen™ 👑 November 25, 2021

        Why would I have anything nice to say about a f****** racist? You dumb c***.

      • TheOriginalUggh November 25, 2021

        Coming back with more anger. Therapy does wonders

        Make some ongoing appointments

      • Shayla Queen™ 👑 November 25, 2021

        Avoiding what I say doesn’t change anything. You support racism and racists.

  2. TheOriginalUggh November 25, 2021

    Kelly is stunning! She continues to glow with age!!!

  3. eric November 25, 2021

    I think he has a great personality when he’s not trying to be philosophical, and that shows in this segment. However, when I look at his show as a whole, I see someone trying hard to compensate for how derivitive his talk show is. The producers need to tap into Nick’s personality and draw material from that rather than have him mimic other talk shows. Wendy and Kelly, in particular, have shows that won’t work without them long term. Nick can be replaced with anyone and the show will still be what it is. That’s a problem.

    • TheOriginalUggh November 25, 2021

      Very true. I also can’t think of any male daytime talk shows that were successful beside Steve Harvey’s and even that ended early

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