Talented singer Kelly Rowland recently teased her fans about a brand new project in a new Instagram post. In the picture, she could be seen wearing a black bodycon dress and had a pretty smile.
After several months of self-quarantining due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, it seems like it would be a busy end of the year as life begins to return to normal with great caution and attention to public safety.
Many TV shows that had to shut down production due to the pandemic have now started filming, and several artists are making frantic efforts to drip something new for their fans before the year runs out.
Kelly Rowland and WomenHeart team up with Burlington to #KnockOutHeartDisease at Burlington Union Square on January 31, 2017. | Photo: Getty Images
In a recent Instagram post, Kelly Rowland, 39, seemed to be in high spirits as she informed her fans she was working on a brand new project. The singer did not give further details about what the project was about, but her fans are already speculating in her comment section.
Rowland attached a picture to the post where she rocked a black bodycon dress with a beautiful wig that had a middle parting. The fascinating thing about the picture was her beautiful white smile. She captioned the photo writing:
"Working on something new!! Can't wait to share it with you guys!"
Last year, Rowland joined "The Voice" Australia as one of the coaches. The show recently moved from Australia's channel Nine to rival network Seven, and there are speculations that the singer may be axed from the show.
Meanwhile, the 39-year-old songstress spent the last few months self-isolating with her husband, Tim Weatherspoon and 5-year-old son Titan. The mother of one took advantage of the quarantine period to enjoy some bonding time with her family.
The "Dilemma" crooner claimed that she almost lost everything while desperately trying to keep up with a lavish lifestyle.
Despite the extended stay at home, the mother of one still got some work done and surprised her fans with a hot new single, "Coffee," in April 2020.
Rowland rose to fame in the 1990s as a member of the best-selling R&B girl group "Destiny's Child," which won several Grammy awards and sold millions of records.
Throughout her years with "Destiny's Child," Rowland lived in the shadows of fellow bandmate and award-winning singer Beyoncé Knowles. The group also comprised Michelle Williams who replaced LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Tuckett.
The group parted ways in 2006, but Rowland had already debuted her first solo album "Simply Deep" in 2002. It included her massive duet with rapper Nelly titled "Dilemma" which spent two months topping the charts.
Despite her successful solo career, Rowland has always drawn unfair comparisons with her friend and former bandmate Beyoncé. The "Motivation" singer recently revealed she "tortured" herself over the constant comparisons but eventually learned to live with it.
In July, Rowland also opened up for the first time about her financial struggles in the past. The "Dilemma" crooner claimed that she almost lost everything while desperately trying to keep up with a lavish lifestyle.
Today, Rowland is more mature about her outlook on life and focuses more on her family and raising her son, Titan. She also commits to giving and helping others.