Kelly Rowland Jealous? Calls Beyonce A Slob On 'Watch What Happens Live'; 'Dirty Laundry' Exposes Rift Between Destiny's Child Singers [VIDEO]

By Staff Reporter June 24, 2013 11:48 AM EDT
Kelly Rowland clarified a few things regarding her widely reported jealousy of Beyonce on Bravo's 'Watch What Happens Live' on Thursday. (Photo: Reuters)
Kelly Rowland clarified a few things regarding her widely reported jealousy of Beyonce on Bravo's 'Watch What Happens Live' on Thursday. (Photo: Reuters)

Kelly Rowland, who recently made headlines for her revealing new single "Dirty Laundry," dished out more dirt on Beyoncé during a recent interview with Bravo's Andy Cohen. Broaching the subject of Rowland's famed rivalry with her former Destiny's Child bandmate, Cohen coaxed the singer to reveal Beyoncé's most annoying trait.

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On Thursday, June 21, Kelly Rowland, 31, was subjected to a round of "Plead the Fifth" on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live. Rowland, whose longtime jealousy of Beyoncé is at the forefront of "Dirty Laundry," her latest singing debut, has not been able to escape scrutiny regarding her relationship with the superstar. "Tell me one thing that is annoying about Beyoncé," Bravo's host Andy Cohen prompted the now-solo singer. In response, Rowland addressed Beyoncé's bad domestic behavior. "She would tell you this. She's a slob," Rowland revealed. Elaborating further, Kelly Rowland explained that Beyoncé's messiness, however, can be chalked up to her busy schedule. "If you walk in - maybe she's gotten better since becoming a mother - but she's got a lot on her brain," Rowland said. "You can tell she's got a lot going on." Continuing the conversation about her widely reported rivalry with the pop sensation, Rowland stressed that the song triggering talk of her Beyoncé jealousy, was really intended to showcase more of her own struggles. "The song is really about me and she [Beyoncé] is one of the dynamics of the course of my life," Rowland told Cohen. "At that time I was searching for exactly what I wanted and I couldn't find it at that time."

Despite her feelings of jealousy towards Beyonce during their Destiny's Child days, Rowland still maintains a close personal and professional relationship with the superstar singer. (Photo
Despite her feelings of jealousy towards Beyonce during their Destiny's Child days, Rowland still maintains a close personal and professional relationship with the superstar singer. (Photo" Reuters)

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Kelly Rowland's jealousy towards Beyoncé's gargantuan success can be evinced in the lyrics to her latest song. "When my sister was on stage/killing it like a mother*cker/I was in a rage/feeling it like a mother*cker," Rowland writes. But although "Dirty Laundry" lays bare Rowland's resentment towards Beyoncé's unparalleled success, the former "Soldier" singer and Destiny's Child founder doesn't hold Beyoncé's fame against her. "Went our separate ways, but I was happy she was killin' it/Bittersweet, she was up, I was down...but what do I do now?" "Dirty Laundry" continues.

Despite Rowland's initial inability to accept Beyoncé's superstar status, the former Destiny's Child bandmate still retains a close personal and professional relationship with the star. Opening up to Andy Cohen on Thursday, Rowland confessed that Beyoncé was actually impressed with her honesty in "Dirty Laundry." After hearing the heartfelt song, the music mogul was "just so embracing, so supportive and I love her for that," Rowland revealed. Former Destiny's Child member Michelle Williams was also in favor of Rowland's sincere lyrics. "I played it ["Dirty Laundry"] for Michelle and she was like, 'Girl! This is great!', so I had just such great support from them and that's what means the most to me," Rowland stressed.

Kelly Rowland's new album, "Talk A Good Game," features a collaborative track with Beyoncé and former Destiny's Child bandmate Michelle Williams.

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