Kelly Rowland Celebrates Turning 39 with Photos of Herself in Braids & a Midriff-Baring Outfit
Kelly Rowland just turned 39, and to mark the end of another decade of her life, she posted beautiful photos herself on social media.
Thirty-nine never looked so beautiful, and this time, it's because of Kelly Rowland. To celebrate the end of her thirties, the singer took to Instagram with beautiful photos of herself.
The first post showed her dressed in a printed outfit featuring a puff-hand crop top and a short skirt. She placed her right hand on her waist and closed her eyes in a way that showed she was taking in the moment.
Kelly Rowland attends the premiere of Sony Pictures' "Jumanji: The Next Level" on December 09, 2019. | Photo: Getty Images
Rowland's mouth hung slightly open, and silver jewelry adorned her neck. The singer also sported braids, which featured a high bun at the front, and she captioned the post in block letters,
In the second post, which had the words "Birthday behavior," the celebrant sported the same outfit. But this time, she placed her left hand on her waist, and the right, slightly behind her head.
Rowland tilted her face to the side, and her eyes seemed almost shuttered. Her well-toned and fit body also added to her beauty, and she looked stunning, a fact her followers commented.
The "Dilemma" singer recorded several solo albums, and also transitioned partially into an actress.
WORKING ON HER BIRTHDAY
Others left the singer "Happy birthday" messages, with one person referring to her as a "Queen." Rowland's birthday is coming the same day she begins filming the blind auditions for "The Voice" Australia.
The birthday photos got taken before she went on the stage for the auditions. The singer is currently in Liverpool, where the filming is taking place for the first time.
FROM BAND TO SOLO
Born on February 11th, '81, Rowland has been a constant force in the music scene for a long time. The Georgia native joined the R&B girl group "Destiny's Child" in the '90s.
The group also had Beyoncé Knowles and Michelle Williams. Together, the trio sold millions of records and won several Grammy Awards.
The women disbanded after their 2004 album, "Destiny Fulfilled," and went on to have solo careers. The "Dilemma" singer recorded several solo albums, and also transitioned partially into an actress.
As a TV host and judge, Rowland has worked on US and UK versions of the "X-Factor." She joined the Aussie "The Voice" in early 2019, and she is happily living her best life.