A pop star since the age of 16, Kelly Rowland grew up in the spotlight as a member of Destiny's Child, one of the best-selling groups of all time. Her powerful voice was a key ingredient in the group's awe-inspiring list of chart-toppers and dance floor smashes, including four No. 1 singles in the U.S. and more than 60 million albums sold worldwide. The group received 14 Grammy Award nominations, and won three times, including Best R&B Song in 2001 for “Say My Name.”
As a solo artist, Rowland has released four successful studio albums – “Simply Deep,” “Ms. Kelly,” “Here I Am” and her most recent, “Talk A Good Game (June 2013)” – selling more than five million records. Rowland's success as a soloist is further evidenced by chart-topping singles, including the 2002 Grammy Award winner “Dilemma (with Nelly),” “When Love Takes Over (with David Guetta)” and “Motivation.”
Rowland served as a judge on the eighth season of the U.K. version of “The X Factor.”
She lives in Miami, FL.
(Bio courtesy of FOX)