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Videos: Kelly Rowland

Commander

Daylight

Dirty Laundry

Down For Whatever

Forever And A Day

Ghetto

Ice

Keep It Between Us

Kisses Down Low

Lay It On Me

Like This

Motivation

Rose Colored Glasses

Stole

Summer Dreaming

Train On A Track


Kelendria Trene Rowland (born February 11, 1981) commonly known as Kelly Rowland, is an American recording artist, actress, dancer and model who rose to fame as one of the founding members of the American girl group Destiny's Child.

In 2002 Rowland collaborated with rapper Nelly on the single "Dilemma", which reached number-one in numerous countries. Subsequently, she released her debut solo successful album Simply Deep which reached within the top 15 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and went on to be certified gold by the RIAA and a platinum certification by UK Albums Chart. it spawned four successful singles including "Stole" reached number two in UK. the album has sold two and a half million copies worldwide.[1] Following the disbandment of Destiny's Child in 2005, Rowland released her second album Ms. Kelly in 2007 which sold one and half million copies worldwide, making the album, in retrospect, unexpectedly successful. it featured the top-ten hit's "Work", "Like This" and "Daylight". In 2009 she scored her second number-one hit, with her contribution on French DJ David Guetta's single "When Love Takes Over", which earned Rowland her second Grammy Award as a solo artist. In 2010 Rowland released a single titled "Commander" which topped the US Hot Dance Club Songs chart, making it her third number-one single on the chart.

To date, Rowland has scored eleven top-20 singles in the UK, Seven of those being top-10 throughout her solo career, including two number-ones and has sold more than 4 million albums worldwide and seventeen million singles as a solo/featured artist.

Rowland was born Kelendria Trene Rowland in Atlanta, Georgia, the daughter of Doris Rowland Garrison and Christopher Lovett, who were married after Kelly was born.[4] When she was seven, her mother took her and left her father, who was an abusive alcoholic.[4]

At the age of eight, she relocated to Houston. Rowland was placed into a rapping and dancing group, along with friends Beyoncé Knowles and LaTavia Roberson. Originally named Girl's Tyme,[5] they were eventually cut down to six members.[6] West coast R&B producer, Arne Frager, flew into Houston to see them and eventually brought them to his studio, The Plant Recording Studio, in Northern California.[6] As part of efforts to sign Girl's Tyme to a major label record deal, Frager's strategy was to debut them in Star Search,[7] the biggest talent show on national TV at that time.[6] They participated, but lost the competition.[8][9]

To manage the group, Mathew Knowles, Beyoncé's father, resigned in 1995 from his job as a medical-equipment salesman.[10] He dedicated his time and established a "boot camp" for their training.[7] At this time Rowland moved in with the Knowles.[11] Not long after the inclusion of Rowland, Mathew cut the original lineup to four[6] with LeToya Luckett joining in 1993.[12] Rehearsing in Tina Knowles' hair styling salon and their backyards, the group continued performing as an opening act for other established R&B girl groups of the time;[12] They auditioned before record labels and were finally signed to Elektra Records, only to be dropped months later before they could release an album.[13]
[edit] Music career
[edit] Breakthrough with Destiny's Child
Main article: Destiny's Child

Taken from a passage in the Biblical Book of Isaiah, the group changed their name to Destiny's Child in 1993.[12] Together, they performed in local events and, after four years on the road, the group was signed to Columbia Records in late 1997. That same year, Destiny's Child recorded their major label debut song, "Killing Time", for the soundtrack to the 1997 film, Men in Black.[9][12] The following year, the group released their self-titled debut album,[8] spawning hits such as "No, No, No". That album made it possible for Destiny’s Child to win three awards from the Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards.[12] The group rose to stardom after releasing their multi-platinum second album, The Writing's on the Wall, in 1999. The record features some of the group’s most widely known songs such as "Bills, Bills, Bills", Jumpin' Jumpin'", and "Say My Name". "Say My Name" was nominated for and won the Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals and the Best R&B Song at the 2001 Grammy Awards.[12] The Writing's on the Wall sold more than eight million copies in the US and a massive 13 million worldwide,[8] essentially becoming their breakthrough album.[14][15]
Destiny's Child performing their 2000 hit "Say My Name" during their farewell concert tour, Destiny Fulfilled ... And Lovin' It.

Along with their commercial successes, the group became entangled in much-publicized turmoil involving the filing of a lawsuit by Luckett and Roberson for breach of contract. The issue was heightened after Michelle Williams and Farrah Franklin appeared on the video of "Say My Name", implying that Luckett and Roberson had already been replaced.[12] Eventually, Luckett and Roberson left the group. Franklin would eventually fade from the group after five months,[8] as evidenced by her absences during promotional appearances and concerts. She attributed her departure to negative vibes in the group resulting from the strife.[12] After settling on their final lineup, the trio recorded "Independent Women Part I", which appeared on the soundtrack to the 2000 film, Charlie's Angels. It became their best-charting single, topping the official U.S. singles chart for eleven consecutive weeks.[12][14] The success cemented the new lineup and skyrocketed them to fame.[5] Later that year, Luckett and Roberson withdrew their case against their now-former band mates, while maintaining the suit against Mathew, which ended in both sides agreeing to stop public disparaging.[12]

Destiny's Child's third album, Survivor, channels the turmoil they underwent, spawning its lead single of the same name, which was a response to the experience.[16] The themes of "Survivor", however, caused Luckett and Roberson to refile their lawsuit;[12] the proceedings were eventually settled in June 2002.[15] Meanwhile, the album was released in May 2001, debuting at number one on U.S. Billboard 200 with 663,000 units sold.[17] To date, Survivor has sold over ten million copies worldwide, over forty percent of which were sold in the U.S. alone.[18] The album spawned other number-one hits—"Bootylicious" and the title track, "Survivor", the latter of which earned the group a Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals. After releasing their remix album, This Is the Remix, the group announced their temporary break-up to pursue solo projects.[12]
[edit] 2002-03: Solo career establishment
Main article: Simply Deep
Rowland in 2003.

Still with Destiny's Child, Rowland teamed up with rapper Nelly in 2002 to record the chorus and bridge vocals on the track "Dilemma" for his album Nellyville. Released as the album's second single, the song rose to one of the most successful singles of the year, topping many charts worldwide, and saw Rowland establishing herself as a solo artist, winning her a Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration and a Billboard Award the following year.[19]

Originally due in early 2003, the success of the collaboration caused the label to advance the release date of her debut solo album, Simply Deep, which Rowland rushed within three weeks to get done.[20][21] Featuring production by Mark J. Feist, Robert "Big Bert" Smith, Rich Harrison, and singers Brandy and Solange Knowles, the album took Rowland's solo work further into an alternative music mixture, which Rowland described as a "weird fusion [of] a little bit of Sade and a little bit of rock."[20][22] Released stateside in October 2002 and internationally in 2003, Simply Deep peaked at number twelve on the Billboard 200 in the U.S., where it was eventually certified gold by the RIAA for more than 600,000 copies sold.[23] Released to even bigger success in international territories, the album topped the UK Albums Chart and became a gold-seller in Ireland, Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand, Australia, Canada and other countries, resulting into a worldwide sales total of 2.5 million copies.[21][24]

The album yielded three singles. "Stole", a rock pop-influenced mid-tempo track about loss, was released as the album's lead single and became an international top ten, peaking at number two in Australia and the United Kingdom, where it remains her highest-charting solo single to date.[25][26] In the U.S., the song failed to capitalize on the success of "Dilemma", reaching the top thirty only.[27] The album's second single, an up-tempo track entitled "Can't Nobody", charted significantly lower in the U.S., but enjoyed top twenty success throughout Australia and parts of Europe, where it became another top five hit on the UK Singles Chart.[28] Final single "Train on a Track" was featured on the soundtrack of the romantic comedy film Maid in Manhattan (2003) but failed to chart or sell noticeably, except for the UK again, where it became her fourth consecutive top twenty entry.[29]

Allmusic reviewer Jason Birchmeier noted it as one of the "three well-calculated, standout" tracks in the album.In her review for Simply Deep, Caroline Sullivan of The Guardian wrote: "Thanks to the ubiquitous Dilemma, a song that practically peeled off its clothes on the spot, Destiny's Child's Kelly Rowland is no longer a mere backing vocalist for Beyoncé Knowles." Dilemma was nominated for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group and Record of the Year at the Grammy Awards of 2003.The song won Best Rap/Sung Collaboration.

Released stateside in October 2002 and internationally in 2003, Simply Deep peaked at number twelve on the Billboard 200 in the U.S., where it was eventually certified gold by the RIAA for more than 600,000 copies sold.[23] Released to even bigger success in international terrotories, the album topped the UK Albums Chart and became a gold-seller in Ireland, Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand, Australia, Canada and other countries, resulting into a worldwide sales total of 2.5 million copies.[21][24]
[edit] 2004-06: Destiny Fulfilled and group disbandment
Rowland on the red carpet MTV Asia Awards 2006 in Bangkok, Thailand.

After a three-year journey that involved concentration on individual solo projects, Rowland rejoined Knowles and Williams for Destiny's Child's fourth studio album Destiny Fulfilled, released in November 2004.[12] The album hit number two on the Billboard 200, and spawned "Lose My Breath", "Soldier", "Girl", and "Cater 2 U" as notable mainstream records.[30] In support of the album, Destiny's Child embarked on the 2005 Destiny Fulfilled ... And Lovin' It world tour, which started in April and ran through September. On the Barcelona, Spain visit, the group announced their disbandment after the end of their final North American leg.[12][31] In October 2005, the group released a compilation album, entitled #1's, including all of Destiny's Child's number-one hits and most of their well-known songs. The greatest hits collection also includes three new tracks, including their final single "Stand Up for Love". Destiny's Child was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in March 2006.[32][33] They were also recognized as the world's best-selling female group of all time.[34][35]

That same year, Rowland was featured on rapper Trina's hit single "Here We Go", the lead single of the Glamorest Life album (2005). The song became another success for the artist, who scored another top twenty entry in Finland, New Zealand, the United States, and the United Kingdom with the collaboration.[36]

Ever since, every Destiny's Child album has to be personal in content according to Rowland, which she considered their main ingredient in every of their songs.[37] Rowland was recently engaged in the time that influenced her songwriting. Rowland cited also that being apart from the group had an impact on the album: "All of us have been in three different places ... so there's a lot to talk about, a lot that's gone on, personally. I think it's important to talk about that on this new record, to put what we've been going through separately into the new record."[37]

Apart from each other, Destiny's Child members exhausted their first week in the studio chatting what has gone while apart from each other. Subsequently, they decided to record their conversations that led to the theme of the album. Knowles commented that the process turned the songs somewhat telling a story and is continued on the subsequent songs. The album opens with "Lose My Breath", a song detailing a man full of promises to a woman. Knowles says, "He's not fulfilling you like he says, so you tell him, 'I need a soldier.'"[38] The need continues to "Soldier", the following track. After finding the soldier, the third song, "Cater 2 U", is about serving this man they considered as such. According to the members, the songs are story of a group of women trying to find love; they, however, referred to this love as sisterhood.[38] The album cover was inspired by the album cover for the last Supremes album entitled Mary, Scherrie & Susaye.
[edit] 2007-08: Ms. Kelly
Main article: Ms. Kelly

Rowland's second solo album, Ms. Kelly, was released in June 2007. Originally entitled My Story, the album's first version was actually scheduled for a June 2006 release, but the singer, her management and Columbia Records decided to shelve the album last minute to re-work a version with a different vibe as the singer considered the final tracklisting "too full of midtempos and ballads."[39][40] Rowland eventually consulted additional producers to collaborate on the album, renamed Ms. Kelly, including Billy Mann, Scott Storch, and Atlanta-based Polow da Don, who contributed the single "Like This", a collaboration with rapper Eve, to the album.[41] A moderate success around the globe, the song reached the top ten in Canada, Ireland, Slovenia and the United Kingdom.[42] Upon its release, Ms. Kelly debuted at number two on the U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, with moderately successful first week sales of 86,000 copies.[43] Outside the United States, the album widely failed to reprise the success of Simply Deep, barely reaching the top forty on the majority of all charts it appeared on, except for the United Kingdom where it opened at number thirty-seven.[44]

Rowland had been working on the conception of her second solo album on and off since 2004, with some of her early recordings — such as the Bryan Michael Cox-produced "Bad Habit" — even being used on the Destiny's Child's albums Destiny Fulfilled (2004) and Destiny's Child: Live in Atlanta (2006).[40] The album's first draft, entitled My Story, saw her actually writing and recording with a wider range of well-known contemporary R&B producers and artists as she wanted to go "in the urban, more R&B route [in general]" with the album, involving Big Tank, Patrick "J. Que" Smith, Rich Harrison, Rodney Jerkins, and Robin Thicke.[40] Female rappers Remy Ma and Shawnna also lent their voices to guest parts.[40] Anxious to avoid hasty productions as on previous album Simply Deep (2002), Rowland took a wider role in the production of the album: she co-wrote the majority of the songs and shared ideas in which one to produce. "I wrote a lot on this record [...] and it's especially from me [to my fans]," she said of the album. "It's more R&B [...] and it definitely has a feel-good vibe to it as well."[40]

A few months before the scheduled release of My Story however, Rowland felt the album was not going into the direction she had previously envisioned, and thus, she asked to revamp the album.[45] "It was basically a list of songs that I put together about the past three years of my life, with love and relationships," she said of the original track listing. "And I remember listening to the record, and I was just like, 'I don't want this to be too deep to where, you know, [I] lose people.' And the record was too full of midtempos and ballads, so I wanted to bring it up a little bit."[39] Rowland eventually consulted new producers to collaborate on the album, including Mysto & Pizzi, Sean Garrett, Scott Storch, and Atlanta-based Polow da Don, who contributed the single "Like This," a duet with rapper Eve, to the album.[41]

In addition, the singer decided to rename the album. "I really put my heart and soul into this record," she said, "and not only am I excited that everyone's going to hear the music, I'm looking forward to people getting to hear the real me. That's the reason I called the album Ms. Kelly. Because the title is all about respect, being an adult and that's how I feel about my life, and my music."[39] Rowland cited former bandmate Beyoncé Knowles, and singers Brandy and Whitney Houston as major inspirations while recording her album.[39]

In continued support of the album, Rowland released the album cuts "Ghetto" and "Work" as singles, respectively. While the Snoop Dogg-featured "Ghetto" underperformed stateside, the latter became a top ten hit in most European markets including France, Italy, and the United Kingdom.[46] In 2008, a reissued version of the album, branded Ms. Kelly Deluxe, received a release, its lead single being the previously unreleased Bobby Womack cover "Daylight", a collaboration with Travis Mc Coy (of alternative rap group Gym Class Heroes)[47] that reached the top twenty of the UK Singles Chart.[48] By April 2008, Ms. Kelly had managed to sell just over 1.2 million copies worldwide.[49] Also in 2008, Rowland recorded a single with French singer Nâdiya, an uptempo urban pop track entitled "No Future in the Past", for which a video was shot in Miami, Florida during July 2008.[50]
[edit] 2009-present: New management, label and third studio album
Main article: Kelly Rowland
David Guetta and Kelly Rowland performing at the Orange Rockcorps, London 2009

In February 2009, a duet with Italian singer Tiziano Ferro, entitled "Breathe Gentle", was released as a single and reached the top ten of the Italian Singles Chart and the Dutch Singles Chart.[51][52] Also, in early 2009, Rowland ended her professional relationship with both manager Mathew Knowles and former label Columbia Records to explore other ventures.[53][54] Her first step was the house collaboration "When Love Takes Over", the lead single of French DJ David Guetta's 2009 studio album One Love, for which Rowland contributed vocals on three tracks.[55] The song was released in April 2009 and saw major international success, peaking at number-one in several countries around the globe.[56] The same year, it was announced that Rowland had drafted Jeff Rabham as her new manager.[57]

In 2010, Rowland signed up to record the MTN theme song for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South African, "Everywhere You Go", featuring an all-star supergroup of international artists called Rhythm of Africa United.[58] Rowland also continued touring Europe, Asia and Australia as a solo artist throughout late 2009 and early 2010, including a tour throughout Australia in March 2010 which included a performance as one of the headlining acts of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Party with George Michael also headlining.[59] She was also part of the world tour Supafest, which took place in 2010, touring the major cities in the world.[60]

Despite being without a label for almost one year Rowland embarked on the recording sessions for her third studio album and it was during one of these recording sessions that she caught the attention of label boss Sylvia Rhone which lead to the signing of a new record deal with Universal Motown Records.[61] Since then she has been completing the project which is still currently untitled. It was titled, Kelly Rowland but critics and fans thought that it was too safe so Rowland has been seeking the help of her fans to help name the new album.[62] The album is known to include collaborations with David Guetta and Rico Love which includes the album's lead single "Commander" as well as Dr. Luke with Ester Dean and Ne-Yo with StarGate whom are respectively responsible for the American album's two U.S. lead singles, "Rose Colored Glasses" and "Grown Woman".[63] Others working on the album included Jim Jonsin who described the Rowland's new sound as Donna Summer-esque,[64] Andre Merrit and Brian Kennedy.[65] Meanwhile Rowland described the album as containing a lot of "up-tempo tracks" and being "a mixture of different sounds that express me and where I’m at right now in my career".[66] Rowland also worked with Tinie Tempah on his song 'Invincible', which is on Tempah's album and is his new single. Rowland reunited with rapper Nelly on his third single "Gone" from his album entitled 5.0.
[edit] Other ventures
[edit] Film and television career

Rowland branched out into acting with a guest stint on the sitcom The Hughleys in 2002, before appearing in other UPN shows such as Eve and Girlfriends in the years of 2003 and 2006 respectively.[40] Having played the role of Tammy Hamilton, an ambitious 21-year-old apprentice to realtor Toni (Jill Marie Jones) in latter sitcom, Rowland initially hoped her three-episode stint would expand to a larger recurring role, but as the show was moved to The CW network the following year plans for a return eventually went nowhere.[40] Also in 2003, she appeared in American Dreams as Martha Reeves of Martha & The Vandellas, singing a version of the group's single "Nowhere to Run".[67]

In 2003, Rowland made her big screen debut in the slasher film Freddy vs. Jason, a crossover film directed by Ronny Yu. Cast as one of the female leads, she portrayed the frank best friend of lead character Lori Campbell, played by Monica Keena.[68] Released to generally mixed reviews from critics, the movie topped the U.S. box office, gaining $36.4 million on its first weekend.[69] Budgeted at $25 million, the film became a financial success, resulting in a worldwide box office total of $114.3 million.[69]

The following year, Rowland returned to the big screen, this time for a lead role in the romantic comedy The Seat Filler, starring opposite Duane Martin and Shemar Moore. Executive produced by Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, the film hit theaters in the summer of 2005 and debuted at number eighteen at the box office top twenty. It eventually earned a total domestic gross ticket sales of $10.2 million. In the film, for which she recorded two songs, Rowland played a pop star who falls for an awards-show seat filler she mistakes for a high-profile entertainment attorney.[70] Released to a limited number of festivals only, the film went straight to DVD in 2006.[40]

In October 2007, Rowland auditioned for the role of Louise, Carrie Bradshaw's assistant, in the 2008 film adaptation of HBO's comedy series Sex and the City. The part eventually went to Jennifer Hudson.[71] In fall 2007, Rowland appeared as a choirmaster on the NBC reality show Clash of the Choirs. Rowland was among superstars like Michael Bolton, Patti LaBelle, Nick Lachey, and Blake Shelton. Rowland's choir finished fifth in the competition.[72] In 2009, she was cast to host Bravo's reality competition series The Fashion Show alongside Isaac Mizrahi. The series premiered on May 7, 2009.[73]
[edit] Philanthropy

Rowland and the Knowles family founded the Survivor Foundation, a charitable entity set up to provide transitional housing for 2005 Hurricane Katrina victims and storm evacuees in the Houston, Texas area.[13] The Survivor Foundation extended the philanthropic mission of the Knowles-Rowland Center for Youth, a multi-purpose community outreach facility in downtown Houston.[13] Also in 2005, Rowland and Knowles lent their voices to a collaboration with Kitten K. Sera, entitled "All That I'm Lookin for." The song appeared on The Katrina CD album, whose proceeds went to the Recording Artists for Hope organization.[74]

In 2006, Rowland joined other artists such as Pink and Avril Lavigne in ads for so-called empowerment tags for the ALDO Fights AIDS campaign, which went on sale exclusively at ALDO stores and benefited the YouthAIDS initiative.[75] In 2007, Rowland, along with stars such as Jessica Simpson and the cast of Grey's Anatomy autographed pink Goody Ouchless brushes that were made available for auction on Ebay, with all proceeds going to Breast Cancer Awareness.[75] In addition, the singer teamed up with Kanye West, Nelly Furtado and Snoop Dogg to design a Nike sneaker for another Ebay auction. All proceeds went to AIDS Awareness.[75]

In 2008, Rowland officially became ambassador for MTV's Staying Alive Foundation, which aims to reduce discrimination against HIV and Aids victims.[76] She has since visited projects in Tanzania and Kenya to promote the charity, and underwent a HIV and Aids test in Africa to raise awareness of the deadly diseases.[77] In March 2009, she spearheaded a bone marrow drive.[55] As reported, Rowland also is readying a new charity called I Heart My Girlfriend, which will serve as an interactive support system for teenage girls.[55]

In 2009, Rowland connected with Serve.MTV.com, MTV’s platform to connect young people with local volunteerism opportunities, for a series of on-air PSAs. From battling homelessness to beautifying impoverished neighborhoods to saving whales, Rowland was joined by the likes of Cameron Diaz, Will.I.Am, and Sean Kingston as they discuss causes they volunteer to support, and urge young people to join with their friends in making civil service a part of their lifestyle.[78] Also in 2009, Rowland along with fellow singers Alesha Dixon and Pixie Lott created T-shirts for River Island in aid of the Prince's Trust, profits from which help change young lives.[79] In March 2010 Rowland launched her brand new charity, I Heart My Girlfriends. According to Rowland’s official website, the charity focuses on self-esteem, date violence prevention, community service, abstinence, sports, drug and alcohol and smoking avoidance, obesity, disabilities, education and more.[80][81] On April 26, 2010, she was at Grand Ballroom's "City of Hope - Spirit of Life Awards" for a charity event.[82]
[edit] Discography
Main article: Kelly Rowland discography
See also: Destiny's Child discography

* Simply Deep (2002)
* Ms. Kelly (2007)
* Third album (2011)

[edit] Tours

* 2003: Simply Deeper Tour
* 2007: Ms. Kelly Tour
* 2010: Supafest

[edit] Awards and nominations
Year Type Award Result
2003 Grammy Awards Record of the Year ("Dilemma" with Nelly)[83] Nominated
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration ("Dilemma")[84] Won
2003 MTV Video Music Awards Best R&B Video ("Dilemma" with Nelly) Nominated
2009 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Song ("When Love Takes Over" with David Guetta)[85] Nominated
2010 ASCAP Women Behind the Music Awards Outstanding Women in the Music Industry[2] Won
Grammy Awards Best Dance Recording ("When Loves Takes Over")[86] Nominated
Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical ("When Love Takes Over")[86] Won
International Dance Music Awards Best Pop Dance Track ("When Love Takes Over")[87] Won
Best House/Garage Track ("When Love Takes Over")[87] Nominated
Best Music Video ("When Love Takes Over")[87] Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards Japan Best Dance Video ("When Love Takes Over")[88] Nominated
NRJ Music Awards Song of the Year ("When Love Takes Over")[89] Nominated
World Music Awards World's Best Single ("When Love Takes Over")[90] Nominated
[edit] Filmography
Year Title Role Notes
1999 Beverly Hood Girl #2 Cameo appearance
2003 Freddy vs. Jason Kia Waterson Supporting role
2004 The Seat Filler Jhnelle Lead role
2008 Astérix at the Olympic Games Herself Cameo appearance
2011 The Goree Girls Jill Supporting Role
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2007 Clash of the Choirs Choirmaster Reality series
2009 The Fashion Show Co-host Reality series
Television guest appearances
Year Title Role Notes
1997 Smart Guy Herself "A Date With Destiny" cameo with Destiny's Child
2002 The Hughleys Carly 3 episodes
2002 Taina Nicole 1 episode
2003 American Dreams Martha Reeves 2 episodes
Eve Cleo 1 episode
2006 Girlfriends Tammy Hamilton 3 episodes
2010 Brandy and Ray J: A Family Business Herself; Guest appearance 2 episodes
The Spin Crowd Herself; Guest appearance 1 episode
X Factor Australia Herself; Mentor 2 episodes
La La's Full Court Wedding Herself; Guest Appearance 1 episode
The A-List: New York Herself; Guest Appearance 1 episode

 



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