It was ladies’ night as VH1 presented its annual “VH1 Divas” live from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Sunday. Music’s leading ladies dazzled on the red carpet in their glamorous gowns before heading inside to honor some of the greatest divas of all time including the late Whitney Houston and Donna Summer.
Kelly Rowland and Keri Hilson came together to honor the late, great Donna Summer at “VH1 Divas.” Channeling the legendary disco diva with her curly big hair, Kelly kicked things off with “Bad Girls” before Miss Keri hit the stage with “She Works Hard for the Money.” Host Adam Lambert joined the ladies before all three performers united for the finale of “Last Dance.”
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Kelly Rowland has announced that the name of her upcoming fourth studio album with be Year of the Woman.
“I’m so excited to reveal the title of my fourth solo studio album,” she wrote in a post on her website. “For weeks I have been using the hashtag #YOTW which stands for my next album which is titled Year Of the Woman. This album is one of my greatest pieces of work and I cannot wait to share it with you guys!”
Rowland has been in the studio with several hitmakers including Rico Love, Sean Garrett and T-Minus working on the new album, which is anchored by lead single “ICE,” featuring Lil Wayne.
“I’m making this album for my ladies, oh, yes, and it is strong,” the diva told Vegas magazine. “All of the producers I’ve been working with get the concept so much that they brought in a little more aggressive—and sometimes masculine—approach, but there is a really incredible top line: I want to tell women how incredible we are, how our intuition is so spot-on. Sometimes we don’t listen to it, but it is the thing that can actually make us happier.”