Kelly Rowland Launches YouTube Channel for New Moms
In addition to her book Whoa, Baby!, singer Kelly Rowland is also poised to launch a contemporary YouTube channel in support of new mommies. Kelly announced her joint venture with Awestruck via her Instagram page, calling it another opportunity for women to come together in the spirit of friendship and motherhood.
Kelly Rowland Confirms 2017 Album Release
While out promoting her stint on this season’s The Voice Australia, singer Kelly Rowland also took time out to share small bits of news about her new music. During an interview with Sunday Life, Kelly said her fifth solo album would be coming out this year, and that motherhood has played a huge role in the recording process.
Kelly Rowland Book Tour
Singer Kelly Rowland is hitting the road. The former DC3 member will reportedly embark on a cross-country book tour in support of Whoa, Baby!, her recently published self-help guide for new mothers. Initial stops include the Barnes & Noble in Tribeca on April 12th, Bookends in Ridgewood, New Jersey on April 13th and the Barnes & Noble at the Grove in Los Angeles on the 19th.
Kelly Rowland to Tour in 2017
Start saving your coins, Rowland Stones. According to your girl Kelly Rowland, 2017 is going to be another breakout year for her. While attending pre-Grammy festivities over the weekend, the Motivation hitmaker revealed plans to release new music and finally hit the road for her first headlining tour since 2007’s Miss Kelly trek.
Kelly Rowland Joins The Voice Australia as Coach
Guess who’s once again putting their musical career on hold to act as a
judge coach on a failing reality competition? If you guessed Kelly Rowland, then you’re right. Via Deadline, Kelly will join Seal, Delta Goodrem and Boy George on the upcoming seventh season of The Voice Australia.
‘Whoa, Baby!’ by Kelly Rowland
Singer Kelly Rowland is set to publish her first book, Whoa, Baby!, a self-help guide for first-time mommies. Kelly, who gave birth to her son Titan back in 2014, teamed up with her doctor, Tristan Brickman, to reportedly cover everything from breast feeding to postpartum depression. According to Kelly, Whoa, Baby! will be a hilarious, yet informative, guide for women who find themselves “overwhelmed and freaked-out” by the pressure that comes with being a first-time mommy.