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Beyonce, Others In Attendance To Support Kelly Rowland’s New Movie Premiere

Tyler Perry’s highly anticipated new film, “Mea Culpa,” premiered earlier this week and lived up to the hype. The movie features Kelly Rowland, a former member of Destiny’s Child, in the lead role of a defence attorney. The premiere was filled with A-list stars, including Mariah Carey, and the attendance of Beyonce, Rowland’s former bandmate, Tina Knowles and Jay-Z was a pleasant surprise. “Mea Culpa” has been praised for its gripping storyline and Rowland’s standout performance, solidifying her as a force to be reckoned with in the acting world. The film’s success at the premiere has already generated buzz for potential award nominations in the upcoming season.

Beyonce, Others In Attendance To Support Kelly Rowland'S New Movie Premiere, Yours Truly, News, April 21, 2024
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The event was glamorous, with celebrities dressed to the nines, but Beyonce stole the show with her stunning black and white dress. The next day, she took to Instagram to show her support for Rowland, posting a series of snapshots from the premiere.&nbsp In the photos, Beyonce and Rowland were all smiling, showcasing their strong bond on and off the red carpet. Fans quickly praised their friendship and expressed excitement for their upcoming projects together.

Beyonce, Others In Attendance To Support Kelly Rowland'S New Movie Premiere, Yours Truly, News, April 21, 2024
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Recall that Beyonce announced her venture into the country genre with a new album, “Act II, ” during the Super Bowl,” following her hugely successful 2022 record, “Renaissance.” The project is groundbreaking as it explores the sounds of country music. Beyonce dropped two new songs with the album, including “TEXAS HOLD EM,” which is expected to significantly impact the Hot 100 chart. The new songs have been the subject of much debate, with some questioning whether they are genuinely country music. Apple Music added them to the country charts, where they immediately shot to the top. However, not everyone was on board with the new direction, as an Oklahoma radio station initially refused to play the songs. They eventually relented after receiving many complaints from fans online.

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