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Kelly Rowland denies Destiny rumours
Kelly Rowland has dismissed claims there will never be a Destiny's Child reunion.
The 'Dilemma' singer who has had solo chart success away from the group, has retaliated to claims made by Matthew Knowles - the group's manager - that they will never reunite.
Speaking to Perez Hilton, Kelly explained: "Well Matthew Knowles is not a member of Destiny's child so with all due respect that's not a decision he can make - that's up to myself, Beyonce and Michelle."
Kelly also promised Perez her new album would be "more varied."
She said: "I wanted to make sure I had a proper balance, 'cause I couldn't forgot about the R'n'B and Urban side - Destiny Child and early Kelly Rowland projects, but when I experience dance music was like nothing else - and it was very natural."
Last week, Matthew, who is also father of Beyonce Knowles told Entertainment Tonight: "Contrary to rumours online of a Destiny's Child reunion, there are no plans for the group to reunite for a performance or album - the rumours are false."
The band went their separate ways in 2006 and since then lead singer Beyonce has gone onto to have three solo albums and appeared in numerous films including 'Austin Powers: Gold Member'. Michelle Williams has also recorded solo albums and appeared in the West End musical of Chicago.
Kelly worked with rapper Nelly and most recently DJ David Guetta for her dance single 'Commander.'Posted on 18 Jun 2010 07:00 to category : Music News
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