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Kelly Rowland dismisses Destiny’s tour rumours

Published 11/02/2013

Kelly Rowland
Kelly Rowland

Kelly Rowland insists she hasn’t discussed touring with her bandmates Beyoncé Knowles and Michelle Williams.

The singer was reunited with her bandmates Beyoncé Knowles and Michelle Williams earlier this month, when the trio performed at the Super Bowl halftime show. Destiny’s Child has also released a new compilation album Love Songs, which features a fresh track called Nuclear. Despite enjoying working together again, Kelly insists she hasn’t discussed hitting the road with Beyoncé and Michelle.

"I can't say anything about a possible tour. I know Beyoncé is touring,” Kelly said backstage at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night. “I have my new single Kisses Down Low, and Michelle is doing [theatre show] Fela! If something like that comes up in conversation - it hasn't - then we'll see what happens."

Shortly after the Super Bowl performance, Beyoncé announced her next world tour, the Mrs. Carter Show. The event will start in Belgrade on April 15 and end in Brooklyn, New York, on August 3.

Kelly, who presented an award with Nas at the Grammys, was thrilled to take to the stage again as part of Destiny’s Child for the Super Bowl extravaganza. She admits she does “miss” performing live with her fellow bandmates.

"Superbowl though? Oh my gosh, I cannot begin to tell you how much fun that was. It felt really good to look on the other side of the stage and Beyoncé and Michelle were walking in for Bootylicious,” she smiled. “I miss those moments with my sisters. It was incredible. I hope everyone enjoyed it as much as we did. It was hard to keep that secret."

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