Music’s own Pusha T with the following caption: “I love you baby! Is that normal for people who are “just friends” to caption photos together like that?Fans have been used to hearing famous singer Kelly Rowland talk about the issues that matter when it comes to love, from a female perspective.
Some of the cast was spotted at a table reading and excitedly showed a few social media posts of them prepping for the new made for TV film. The two-hour romantic comedy, which follows four friends at different life stages in their search for love, has been green-lit.
The cast includes Destiny’s Child member Kelly Rowland, “Un Real’s” Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, “So You Think You Can Dance” host Cat Deeley, Grammy-nominated singer Keri Hilson, Kellee Stewart (“The Soul Man”), Brandon T.
However, she made it clear that she always has and always will support the LGBT community.“(SMDH) See, this is why HEADLINES can be toxic for readers!
I did an interview with the NYPost about my Lifetime movie “Love By The 10th Date” and there have been multiple media outlets taking a specific statement completely out of context.
There’s a storyline about bi-sexuality in the film and the writer asked about this particular character and I shared my thoughts on how the fictional character could have handled the situation better in the film.
I’m only making this statement to my fans as everyone knows that I’ve always embraced the LGBTQ community and have absolutely nothing but LOVE for my LGBTQ family,” Rowland wrote.
Inspired by the site’s relationship advice column to find “the one,” Gabby and Nell embark on their own journeys towards the elusive “10th date,” the Holy Grail in the dating world when women believe men are finally committed.
As the ladies navigate the ups and downs of modern dating, romance, exes and friendships, they learn what they really want out of life and love.
So, what are your thoughts on what Rowland had to say about open relationships, love, dating and sexuality?