Kelly Rowland is still going strong in the R&B Sound Off, but her competition against Amel Larrieux was a close one. The Destiny's Child member earned 52.04 percent of the vote while the Philly native received 47.96 percent. This was a close one!
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Kelly Rowland is living the street life. Well, not actually. The R&B songstress was on 'Good Morning America' Tuesday morning (June 19) performing her new single, 'Street Life.'
After a week of voting, the people have spoken and crowned Kelly Rowland the winner of last week's R&B Sound Off. Going against her Destiny's Child sister Beyonce, Rowland's 'Gone' raked in 76.54 percent of the vote while Bey's 'Rise Up' only received 23.46 percent.
Kelly Rowland got real personal on her confessional song 'Dirty Laundry.' On the remix, the Destiny's Child member meets her match with R. Kelly, who has a lot to say about his harshest critics and competitors.
Tamar Braxton's 'The One' stays on top after beating Jennifer Hudson's 'Gone, Gone, Gone' in last week's R&B Sound Off. Braxton received 74.12 percent of the vote while Hudson only walked away with 25.88 percent. This week's fourth win means that Braxton has officially become the next inductee into the R&B Sound Off Hall of Fame.
R&B songstress Kelly Rowland and crooner The-Dream gave their East Coast fans a treat as they performed for the Lights Out tour last night (May 30) at the Best Buy Theater in the heart of Times Square in New York City. Supporting acts August Alsina and Adrian Marcel also graced the stage.