Kelly’s Covers

Singer Kelly Rowland is covering two magazines for the month of July, Ebony and Vegas.

Kelly shares the cover of Ebony with fellow R n’ B crooner Trey Songz, and heats things up in a gorgeous pictorial shot by photographer Robert Ector.

Kelly was styled by Latasha Wright (make-up) and Rikya Taylor (hair) and looks all kinds of amazing in each one of her shots.

Check the cover below and click here for the other pics.

For Kelly’s Vegas cover, the 30-year old brown skin beauty goes full glam, wearing an assortment of couture outfits ranging from a moderately priced Marchesa cocktail dress ($695) all the way up to a not so moderately priced Tom Ford pants suit (Jacket $4,390 and pants $1,880).

In her cover story Kelly gave a bit of insight into what fans can expect to hear on her upcoming album.

Excerpts below…

Kelly on what direction she plans to take on her new album: “I’m making this album for my ladies, oh, yes, and it is strong. All of the producers I’ve been working with get the concept so much that they brought in a little more aggressive—and sometimes masculine—approach, but there is a really incredible top line: I want to tell women how incredible we are, how our intuition is so spot-on. Sometimes we don’t listen to it, but it is the thing that can actually make us happier.”

Kelly on her new musical inspiration: “I stopped by Hitsville U.S.A. [the nickname for Motown’s first headquarters in Detroit], and saw all of this history; it filled my soul up to the point where I wanted to tell my story my way.”

Kelly on Destiny’s Child being called the greatest girl group of alltime. “For people to call us one of the greatest female groups of all time—are you kidding me? Beyoncé and Michelle are two incredible women and deeper than what the public sees. Destiny’s Child, to me, was a sisterhood and a kinship that the three of us shared. You want people to respect that you have your own identity as an artist, but they also remember how they met you.”


  1. So does she not want to be identified as being part of “one of the greatest female groups of all time”??? Someone help me. It’s late and I’m about to turn in.

    The EBONY cover is so busy and blurry and busy and reminds me of Christmas. Kelly looks good. Trey looks pinched. The VEGAS magazine: Kelly looks great.

    Good luck to her on more empowerment. Ciara is about to unleash a one-woman army. Ashanti’s braving’ her heart. I love female empowerment, etc. but everybody’s doing it? Why not try something else? … Eh, not my album. Not my voice. Not my life. But you can sing Kellz and you’re gorgeous, so good luck to you! 🙂

  2. That cover is beautiful it just has two dark people and we are not use to seeing that especially on black magazines.

  3. She looks great. And um…..yeah whatever she said. idk.

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