Kelly Rowland is busy spreading the Christmas spirit during a promo tour for her role in Lifetime’s upcoming movie, “Merry Little Christmas Baby,” which premieres Saturday, Nov. 27 at 8 p.m. EST.
On Wednesday, November 24, the singer and actress took to Instagram to share a video of herself sporting her messy updo in the mirror.
“Okay, so this morning we did a little updo, which is really nice,” Rowland said in the video. “It reminds me of the 90s. You know, that’s my favorite era. But I’m getting ready for more ‘Merry Liddle Christmas Baby’ promo fun.”
The former Child of fate singer will reprise her role as Jacquie in “Merry Liddle Christmas Baby”. It follows Jacquie and her husband Tyler, played by actor Thomas Cadrotwhile waiting for their first child to arrive.
Fans gushed about Kelly’s fashionable looks in the post’s comments, calling her “gorgeous,” “gorgeous,” and everything in between. Some believed Kelly’s haircut resembled one of Whitney Houston‘s most iconic film roles.
‘It gives’ Whitney Houston in “Waiting to Exhale,” one person wrote, while another called her the “Black Barbie.”
“So beautiful”, wrote Bresha Webb, who also stars in “Merry Liddle Christmas Baby. “This good morning serving is too stunning.”
Beyonce and As long as it is mother, Tina Knowles Lawson, also agreed to share her comment, writing, “Glitter. Could you be more beautiful?” she wrote.
Former Destiny’s Child singer LeToya Luckett said the 40-year-old singer looked “Flawless”.
A fifth person asked Kelly Rowland, “How do you get finer with age?”
In addition to premiering “Merry Liddle Christmas Baby” this weekend, Rowland is also preparing to perform her new song “Love You More at Christmas Time” during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, which airs on Thursday, November 25 at 9 a.m. . EST on NBC.
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