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There have been a lot of wardrobe malfunctions in Hollywood, but none of them can top Lenny Kravitz’ recent concert where he rocked out with it all out when his pants split open mid show (and revealed his secret piercing to the entire audience). We’ve got the gif here, but keep in mind it’s very NSFW.
Continue clicking to peep these celebrity wardrobe malfunctions left nothing to the imagination.
Listen, all of your favorite celebrities will be on Empire this season.
In addition to Chris Rock and Lenny Kravitz, Kelly Rowland will also be joining the world of Empire!
The 34-year-old songstress will be playing the role of Lucious Lyon’s mom in a flashback. We cannot wait to see what type of mother Kelly will play. We all know Lucious has some SERIOUS issues. They may have started as a child or stemmed from his relationship with his mother.
Either way, we are 100% here for this. The second season of Empire will premiere September 23rd. Whose ready to see Kelly?
Neon dresses are pretty fab and working the scene in and out of Hollywood. Get inspired by these top stars to give your LBD a break and go bold in this bright, haute trend.
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These 15 Stars Win In Neon Dresses
Mothers day is celebrated by millions of people throughout the world every year and what you decide to do on that day depends on what’s close to your heart. Her mom passed away in 2014 and she is also a new mommy to her son named Titan Jewell so Kelly Rowland decided to give back this past Mothers Day.
Mothers Day weekend Kelly performed in Melbourne, Australia at a fundraiser for the Magpie Nest Housing Project that helps create homes for the homeless. The event was a true success and raised almost $800,000 for homeless families.
“I was delighted to… support a program that provides housing for the people of Melbourne without homes,” Rowland told Australia’s Herald Sun newspaper.
According to Aussie Collingwood Football Club
Collingwood’s Magpie Nest Housing Project takes people sleeping rough on the streets and in unsafe rooming houses and provides them with quality and safe accommodation, reduced rents, and wrap-around case management support with links to mental health services, employment and training assistance.
The first trial phase of the joint initiative between the Collingwood Football Club Foundation and the Salvation Army has seen the establishment of eight Magpie Nest houses now operating in Melbourne with 24 beds.
More than 300 homeless people are listed with the Salvation Army as looking for safe accommodation across Melbourne. As part of Magpie Nests, Salvation Army Case Workers, funded by the State Government identify and mentor participants and oversee the day to day operation of the houses.
Collingwood Football Club Foundation ambassador and Collingwood player, Dane Swan has spent time with a number of the Magpie Nest tenants in their houses and said the project’s success so far has come through its ability to create meaningful relationships with the Magpie Nest tenants.
Kelly has sold over 27 million records as a solo artist and 60 million records when she was a part of Destiny’s Child.
Spring has sprung mamas – so it’s time to let ‘er rip in your ripped jeans. See how these top moms and A-listers make this always-tendy jean happen both on and off Mom duty!
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Let ‘Er Rip!: 15 Star Moms Make Ripped Jeans Work
Spring cleaning is not just about making sure your closet is spotless, for some mommies it is also about removing negative people and things from their lives and Kelly Rowland is no different. The new mommy to Titan Jewell and wife of Tim Witherspoon is putting her foot down when it comes to who she is surrounded by.
The successful R&B singer talked to PEOPLE mag at Drefts #Amazinghood launch in New York.
“I don’t tolerate bulls— anymore…I don’t like to deal with it. As soon as somebody is negative, I definitely don’t want it around myself, but I really don’t want it around my child.”
Kelly Rowland is in such a good place in her life and is gearing up to celebrate her one year anniversary with her hubby. Even though she has a high-powered career she still puts her family first and makes time for important play dates for her son.
“All my girlfriends have babies, so they were like, ‘We’re waiting for you!’ Now I fit in, I guess,” says the Destiny’s Child alum, whose son gets ample play time with her pals’ kids, including Beyoncé‘s daughter Blue Ivy, Ciara‘s son Future Zahir, Solange Knowles‘s son Julez and La La Anthony‘s son Kiyan, who “has learned to pick him up.”
She also talked about Titan’s milestones which she is so proud of…
“He’s trying to pronounce a ‘B.’ He’s doing this thing where he’s trying to get ‘bottle’ out, maybe? He’s just going ‘b-b-b-b-b-b’ with his lips together,” she shares. “It’s so cute to watch him.”
She is recording in the studio again and when asked will little Titan be on any songs with her, she said…
“We’ll see… He’s in the studio with me just listening to certain things. He pays attention to everything around him; he’s really excited about that, which I find intriguing for a baby. He really responds to music.”
If you’re a new mom wondering how to celebrate this Mother’s Day let My Black Is Beautiful, singer Kelly Rowland and blogger Christina Brown lead the way. They’ve partnered with baby brands Pampers and Dreft to give new moms a place to share their special moments.
Perhaps you’re like Kelly whose most memorable moment was the first time she looked into her son’s eyes. Or maybe you can relate to the sense of accomplishment felt by Christina after she threw her daughter’s first birthday party. “It meant so much to have completed that first year successfully and then to celebrate that with family and friends was just so amazing.”
They also have new mommy tips.
Christina who is both a fashion and baby blogger wants you to know the importance of “preserving your chic” post baby, as well as why to steer clear of ‘mommy guilt.’ “We can’t fall prey to thinking that we’re not doing enough. We’re doing the best we can.”
If MBIB, Pampers and Dreft are banking on the fact that people trust them to help build a sense of community, it’s working. Both Kelly and Christina say they were fans of the products before they were ever approached about this campaign. Dreft Ambassador Kelly says, “I was washing my baby’s clothes and sheets in Dreft before he was even born. So when they contacted me I said,’Absolutely!'”
Christina says she’s been using Pampers Swaddlers on her 15 month-old daughter since the day she was born so working with them really is a “perfect fit.”
As for My Black Is Beautiful, well, everyone knows they’re a leader in female empowerment so when all these components come together who can say ‘no?’
So here’s what you can do…
Go to My Black Is Beautiful or Babybrownsugar.com and talk about your new mommy moments, both good and bad, using #MBIBMoms. “It’s helpful to see what other moms are going through, especially on those days when you want to go cry in a corner,” says Christina.
Kelly Rowland agrees. She wishes someone had told her how hard it would be to travel with a baby on a plane. “It was definitely something I had to figure out on my own. I finally discovered that all I need is my Bjorn carrier and a backpack.”
It’s all about building a community and sparking conversations, which is why Christina says veteran moms are welcome too. “We definitely want veteran moms to stop by and share tips. You never stop learning.”
Share your beautiful mommy moments with the #MBIBMoms hashtag for a chance to be featured on the MBIB social pages.
Also share at Christina’s blog, Baby Brown Sugar
“I Have Four Incredible Daughters” Tina Knowles Lawson Pens Open Letter To Her Children For Mother’s Day
— adegoke (@ghowkay) April 23, 2015
In honor of Mother’s Day this upcoming weekend, Time magazine asked influential mothers to write open letters to the daughters in their lives. Tina Knowles Lawson was one of those women; and in addition to addressing her biological daughters, Beyoncé and Solange, she also wrote to Kelly Rowland and her niece Angie.
See what she had to say in the letter below.
To Beyoncé, Solange, Kelly and Angie
When I was asked to write an open letter to you, I thought about the hundreds of texts and emails that I have sent to you on holidays and on Sundays, when I ask you to say a prayer to thank God for each other. Every day, I wake up thinking about how much I love, admire and cherish each of you.
I gave birth to two of you, but I have four incredible daughters. Writing this brought to mind all the ways you guys have been such a blessing to me.
When I’m feeling sad or not-so-cute or maybe a little sorry for myself, and you all include me in your group chat and tell me how hot I still look or how cool I am. Maybe you send me a crazy YouTube video. What actually works best is a cute photo of my grandchildren.
I remember slumber parties after my divorce, when we watched old movies and ate a lot of ice cream. I felt so loved and supported. The roles were reversed, and it was ME who needed nurturing.
I remember my first date when every one of you weighed in on what I should wear.
The obvious things about all of you are apparent. You are all strong, beautiful, intelligent and smart businesswomen. You are so much more than that. You are all kind, generous and you treat people well. You are all amazing mothers, wives, daughters, sisters and friends. All of you have total self-respect.
Beyoncé, I wish people could see how you are when you’re not in front of the camera or on the stage. How compassionate and kind you are to people, how you look them right in the eye when you speak to them. How hard you work, how generous you are with your time and money. How you don’t care if anyone knows about it because you do it from the heart. I wish they could see you with the Make-A-Wish Foundation kids, how patient you are and how your love has helped to extend lives. Yes, you are a huge star, but you have somehow managed to stay grounded and humble in the wake of all your success.
Solange, I knew when you were born three days late that you would walk to the beat of your own drum. You were always my rebel warrior! Always defending the underdog and fighting for what you believe in. I remember you, at 10 years old, started a petition to remove a bad teacher, and your dad and I were so proud of you. I love that you do not let others define who you are, or what you are. Whether in your music, fashion or your life, you truly are your own incredible, unapologetic person! As tough as you are, you will drop everything to take care of someone you love.
Kelly, I know without a doubt that you were a true gift from God. You came to live with us when you were only 11 years old. You were the sweetest, most kind person I had ever met and you still are. You are also a true survivor. You never give up. Your discipline and drive always inspires me. You make me want to take better care of my body and constantly motivate me to exercise and take time for myself. You have the best listening skills and are a loyal friend to many. I’ve seen you take the jewelry off of your arm and give it to someone because you wanted to make them feel good.
Angie, you are my niece, but we have always been more like mother and daughter! You were always so mature, always challenging me and questioning why. (Fortunately I never believed in the “Because I said so” or “I’m the adult” crap, either.) I always trusted that you would look out for and protect Solange, Kelly and Beyoncé, and you did! You still do sometimes. You are so smart and perceptive, and you see through bullshit right away! You’ve always had our backs. Our own family fixer!! You know I call you Olivia Pope!!!!!
I’m often asked, what was my most proud moment? I would have to say it was at my recent wedding, when all four of you said in your own words that I taught by example and that I helped to make you the women you are today!!!! That was truly my proudest moment!
All my love,
The First Lady of New York, Chirlane McCray also wrote a very moving letter to her children Dante and Chiara which you can read on the next page.
Earlier today, Dreft announced in a press release that they partnered with Rowland for their Amazinghood campaign to promote their new line of laundry care products for children. The campaign will be “chronicling the unforgettable moments” shared by Kelly’s family “exclusively on Dreft’s social media channels.”
“I am beyond excited to partner with Dreft as they introduce their new line of products. They are a staple in my laundry room,” said Kelly.
“I used Dreft when I was pregnant with Titan to prepare his clothes for his arrival and now that my ‘little man’ is growing and exploring the world around him, I am thrilled that Dreft’s Active Baby will help me clean the messes I know he is going to get himself into! I must admit – I have been using Dreft Blissfuls on my own clothes so I can take that delicious baby smell, that reminds me of Titan, with me wherever I go. If you have a little one at home, you’ve got to try these products!”
The brief Instagram clip was actually snipped from a larger video, which is the first from a series of videos to be released by Dreft.
“We are thrilled to share our newest offerings with families – just like Kelly’s – across the country as we celebrate the amazing journey of babyhood,” said Robert Reiss, Procter & Gamble, Brand Manager for Dreft.
Check out the adorable footage below.
One thing that I’ve learned from observing the women around me who have been blessed with little ones is that babies change everything. Some of those changes are good and some present some pretty interesting challenges. One hurdle faced by some new moms is feeling sexy after baby. Interestingly, singer Kelly Rowland says that she experienced quite the opposite since giving birth last November.
“I feel very sexy being a mom,” Rowland told In Touch Weekly.
According to the new mom and wife, her newfound sexy has nothing to do with her husband, Tim Witherspoon, whom she married in Costa Rica last May. Instead, it seems to be inspired by a strength that she discovered within herself.
“It’s not even about my husband or anybody else. Even when I’m by myself, I just feel like a rock star!” she shared. “I’m like, ‘Girl, you pushed a baby out!’ I just feel like the queen of everything.”
The 34-year-old adds that motherhood was one of those things that she was able to quickly adjust to.
“I always knew that I would be a mother,” she said. “My mom was a nanny, and I loved kids.”
Rowland also shared that she hopes to give her son Titan Jewell Witherspoon a younger brother or sister within the next few years.
“At least four years from now. I want to instill in him everything that I can and I want that to be one-on-one because I really want to raise a great man.”