Kelly Clarkson - A moment like this
Live with Regis & Kelly's Regis
Kelly Brook in that dress snatch premiere.
Kelly Clarkson on American Idol.
Funny excerpt from Married To The Kellys.
Funny excerpts from Married To The Kellys.
Funny scene from the sitcom Married To The Kellys.
We found proof of electronic music's evolution and reach into mainstream music in the form of the lovely and talented Kelly Rowland. The Destiny's Child singer was at Ultra Music Festival in Miami, Florida checking out the scene. Hear what she had to say about it here on ProfessionalRockstars****.
We found proof of electronic music's evolution and reach into mainstream music in the form of the lovely and talented Kelly Rowland.
Every time my dog hears "Since you been gone" by Kelly Clarkson she goes crazy and than licks her butt... every single time, It's Hilarious!! Enjoy!
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What do you get when you put Doug, Eric, a few ballgame brewskies, a couple of SoCo swigs, and Kelly Clarkson together???
Kelly Rowland stops by MuchOnDemand to chat with VJ Matte Babel about FashionCares, her new album, collaborating with Snoop Dogg, and her relationship with her old Destiny's Child members Michelle and Beyonce.
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R&B recording artist Kelly Rowland formely of the group Destiny's Child sings the National Anthem.
Urges Americans to "Know Their Family 'AQ'"
The American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association (AARDA) today launched its first ever national public service (PSA) campaign titled, "Know Your Family AQ," starring well known actress and longtime AARDA spokesperson Kellie Martin.
Unveiled on the steps of the U.S. Capitol at a patient rally during National Autoimmune Diseases Awareness Month, the multi-media PSA campaign consists of 30 second radio and television spots, as well as a video interview with Martin. It is designed to educate Americans about the existence of the close genetic relationship and common pathway of disease among autoimmune diseases, which helps explain the clustering of these diseases in individuals and throughout families.