Friday, October 7, 2011

Kelly Rowland 'Let's It All Out' On The Cover of Cosmopolitan UK Magazine

Kelly Rowland is covering the November 2011 cover of COSMOPOLITAN UK magazine and she is letting everything out. On the cover Kelly is wearing a black cropped jacket with red trimming, a red bra and black quilted leather shorts. Kelly is looking amazing on the cover. In the issue Kelly talks about reuniting with her real father, getting a boob job, the embarrassment of calling off her wedding to Dallas Cowboy Roy Williams, her beef situation with UK X-Factor judge Tulisa and a lot more. This has got to be her most revealing interview yet. Continue below read some excerpts from Kelly's interview and you can read the full interview when the issue hits newsstand on October 10th.

On possible beef with X Factor UK judge Tulisa:
“Me and Tulisa know what it’s like to be compared to other women. We have a perfect understanding and we talk for hours about what’s bothering us. She’s a sweetheart. As women it’s our job to shut down bitchiness and rivalry. People want women to hate each other and I’m sorry, I’m not that girl. It was the same with Destiny’s Child – we love each other.””

On calling off wedding with Roy Williams:
““I was too young for marriage. I remember my sister B [BeyoncĂ©] asked me one question: she said, ‘Well, you know what you want now, don’t you?’ and I was like ‘Yes’. It was so hard and embarrassing because everyone knew. I’d posed for the front cover of a magazine in my wedding dress and it was on sale! But sometimes you fall down and you learn from it.””

On her breast implants:
 “I said in an interview a long time ago that I’d get it done because I just had little nuggets for boobs and it was bothering me. The decision was 10 years in the making so I’m comfortable talking about it. It’s something I really wanted to do for myself – not for a man, not for work, for myself…and I love them!””

On being single:
“Before, I’d want to lean on somebody. Now I love the fact that I can just be a single lady, chilling and hanging with my friends, and travelling the world. It’s a pretty good life. I’'m ready for marriage when the right time comes now, though.””

Credit: Cosmopolitan UK

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