Kelly Rowland Channels Her Wild Side At AMAs

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Kelly Rowland
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Kelly Rowland took a walk on the wild side as she embraced her inner animal-print lover while attending last weekend's AMAs. The former Destiny's Child singer rocked up to the American Music Awards in a low-cut and gorgeous dress, going for edgy leopard prints and also opting for Haute Couture. Definitely not going for a Fashion Nova vibe, the R&B singer wore a custom-made Nicolas Jebran gown with a plunging neckline. She also channeled the elbow opera gloves trend adored by the likes of mogul Kim Kardashian. Of course, the Stole hitmaker made sure to update her Instagram with her look.

Stuns In Leopard-Print Couture

Kelly Rowland
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Photos showed Kelly in a thigh-slit and floor-length dress. Looking fierce as she flaunted her shapely legs, toned arms and shoulders, plus a fair amount of cleavage, the former sidekick to singer Beyonce wowed in her printed number, one coming strapless and figure-hugging.

Some ruched detailing gave a nod to 2022 trends, although it was timeless elegance as Kelly also sported black latest opera gloves to add some spice to her outfit. Kelly also wore black stiletto court shoes adding height to her frame. She wore her dark locks in a sleek bob and sported smokey eyeshadow, rosy red cheek blush, plus a red lip. Kelly was styled by Kolin Carter, known for his work with WAP rapper Cardi B and singer Normani.

"Feeling Feline at the @amas !!!!!" Kelly wrote with a fun "MEOW."

Celebrity Likes And Comments

Over 260,000 likes have come in. Leaving one was fellow AMAs face and country singer Jessie James Decker. Meanwhile, Chloe Bailey wrote: "You look beautiful!"

On Her DC Besties

Kelly shot to fame as part of the '90s girl band, as she, Beyonce, and Michelle Williams formed a trio.

"So many women say “oh my god, I love your relationship with the girls [Destiny's Child]” [...] and it's because we all genuinely want to see each other be great and go after things that we're passionate about," she told Elle.

Female 'Tribes' Represent

Rowland added: "And if we feel like one [of us] needs a little push, we do that, whether they're ready for it or not. It's about being there and making sure they push themselves. You have to be able to have that honesty, love and admiration for each other. I think that female tribes are crucial to life, to everything."

For more from Kelly, give her Instagram a follow. Her account is followed by over 14 million.