Kelly Rowland videography

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Kelly Rowland filmography and video discography
Music videos 44
Video albums 3
Films 6
Telefilms 16
TV shows 7

American R&B recording artist Kelly Rowland began her career in 1997 with one of the best-selling American girl groups, Destiny's Child, who have sold around 60 million records worldwide.[1] Her discography as a solo artist began in 2000 on the remix of R&B recording artist Avant's single "Separated". Throughout a career spanning 16 years, Rowland has sold over 27 million records as a solo artist[2] and 60 million records with Destiny's Child.[3] She has attained number-one singles on several charts in the United States, including one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, two on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, and three on the Hot Dance Club Songs chart.[4][5] Internationally, Rowland has achieved nine top-ten singles in the United Kingdom, including two number-ones, and in Australia she has released six top-twenty singles. Rowland's work has earned her several achievements, including 56 international certifications of sales, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with Destiny's Child, four Grammy Awards, two Billboard Music Awards, and a Soul Train Music Award. Rowland has been honored by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) and Essence magazine for her contributions to music.

Her videography includes three DVD albums, forty music videos, six films, six-teen telefilms and seven television shows.

Rowland branched out into acting with a guest role on the sitcom The Hughleys in 2002, before appearing in other UPN shows such as Eve and Girlfriends in the years of 2003 and 2006 respectively. Having played the role of Tammy Hamilton, an ambitious 21-year-old apprentice to realtor Toni (Jill Marie Jones) in latter sitcom, Rowland initially hoped her three-episode stint would expand to a larger recurring role, but as the show was moved to The CW network the following year plans for a return eventually went nowhere. Also in 2003, she appeared in American Dreams as Martha Reeves of Martha & The Vandellas, singing a version of the group's single "Nowhere to Run".[6]

In 2003, Rowland made her big screen debut in the slasher film Freddy vs. Jason, a crossover film directed by Ronny Yu. Cast as one of the female leads, she portrayed Kia Waterson, the frank best friend of lead character Lori Campbell, played by Monica Keena.[7] Released to generally mixed reviews from critics, the movie topped the U.S. box office, gaining $36.4 million on its first weekend.[8] Budgeted at $25 million, the film became a financial success, resulting in a worldwide box office total of $114.3 million.[8] The following year, Rowland returned to the big screen, this time for a lead role in the romantic comedy The Seat Filler, starring opposite Duane Martin and Shemar Moore. Executive produced by Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, the film hit theaters in the summer of 2005 and debuted at number eighteen at the box office top twenty.[9] It eventually earned a total domestic gross ticket sales of $10.2 million, and about $18 million worldwide. In the film, for which she recorded two songs, Rowland played a pop star who falls for an awards-show seat filler in which she mistakes for a high-profile entertainment attorney.[10] Released to a limited number of festivals only, the film went straight to DVD in 2006.

In October 2007, Rowland auditioned for the role of Louise, Carrie Bradshaw's assistant, in the 2008 film adaptation of HBO's comedy series Sex and the City. The role eventually went to Jennifer Hudson.[11] In fall 2007, Rowland appeared as a choirmaster on the NBC reality show Clash of the Choirs. Rowland was among superstars like Michael Bolton, Patti LaBelle, Nick Lachey, and Blake Shelton. Rowland's choir finished fifth in the competition.[12] In 2009, she was cast to host Bravo's reality competition series The Fashion Show alongside Isaac Mizrahi. The series premiered on May 7, 2009.[13] On May 30, 2011, Rowland was confirmed as a judge for the eighth series of British television show The X Factor.[14][15][16] In addition to her judging stint, Rowland also had a supporting role in the motion picture Think Like a Man (2012), which also starred Keri Hilson, Chris Brown and Gabrielle Union.[17] On April 30, 2012, it was officially announced that Rowland had stepped down as a judge on The X Factor, due to a conflicting schedule.[18] Rowland was awarded Ultimate TV Personality at the 2011 Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards,[19] and TV Personality of the Year at the 2012 Glamour Women of the Years Awards, for her role on the show.[20] In August 2012, Rowland became a dance master alongside Jason Derülo, for the first season of the Australian dance talent show Everybody Dance Now.[21] However, on August 21, 2012, the show was cancelled due to poor ratings.[22]


List of DVD releases with relevant details
Title Album details
BET Presents Kelly Rowland
  • Released: July 3, 2007
  • Label: Columbia Records (0003711703542)
  • Format: CD, DVD
  • BET footage, interviews, music videos and live performances.[23]
Sexy Abs with Kelly Rowland
  • Released: December 15, 2011
  • Format: DVD
  • Workout footage[24]
Sexy Abs Cardio Sculpt with Kelly Rowland
  • Released: October 1, 2013
  • Format: DVD
  • Workout footage[25]

Music videos[edit]


Title Year Director(s) Artist(s)
"Separated" (Remix) 2000 J. Jesses Smith[26] Avant feat. Kelly Rowland
"Dilemma" 2002 Benny Boom[27] Nelly & Kelly Rowland
"Stole" 2002 Sanaa Hamri[28] Kelly Rowland
"Can't Nobody" 2003 Benny Boom[29] Kelly Rowland
"Train on a Track" 2003 Antti Jokinen[30] Kelly Rowland
"Here We Go" 2005 Nick Quested[31] Trina feat. Kelly Rowland
"Like This" 2007 Mike Ruiz[32] Kelly Rowland feat. Eve
"Ghetto" 2007 Andrew Gura[33] Kelly Rowland feat. Snoop Dogg
"Comeback" 2007 Philip Andelman[34] Kelly Rowland
"Work" 2007 Philip Andelman[34] Kelly Rowland
"Daylight" 2007 Jeremy Rall[35] Kelly Rowland feat. Travis McCoy
"No Future in the Past" 2008 Thierry Vergnes[36] Nâdiya & Kelly Rowland
"Breathe Gentle"[37] 2009 Gaetano Morbioli[38] Tiziano Ferro feat. Kelly Rowland
"When Love Takes Over" 2009 Jonas Åkerlund[39] David Guetta feat. Kelly Rowland


Title Year Director(s) Artist(s)
"Everywhere You Go" 2010 Andrew Wessels[40] Kelly Rowland & Rhythm of Africa
"Commander" 2010 Masashi Muto[41] Kelly Rowland feat. David Guetta
"Rose Colored Glasses" 2010 John "Rankin" Wadell[42] Kelly Rowland
"Forever and a Day" 2010 Sarah Chatfield[43] Kelly Rowland
"Invincible" 2010 Josh Kasselman[44] Tinie Tempah feat. Kelly Rowland
"Gone" 2011 Marc Klasfeld[45] Nelly feat. Kelly Rowland
"Motivation" 2011 Sarah Chatfield[46] Kelly Rowland feat. Lil Wayne
"What a Feeling" 2011 Frank Gatson[47] Alex Gaudino feat. Kelly Rowland
"Favor" 2011 Juwan Lee[48] Lonny Bereal feat. Kelly Rowland
"Lay It on Me" 2011 Sarah Chatfield[49] Kelly Rowland feat. Big Sean
"Down for Whatever" 2011 Sarah Chatfield[49] Kelly Rowland feat. The WAV.s
"Boo Thang" 2011 Gil Green[50] Verse Simmonds feat. Kelly Rowland
"Keep It Between Us" 2012 David Dang[51] Kelly Rowland
"Summer Dreaming 2012" 2012 Annick Wolfers[52] Project B feat. Kelly Rowland
"How Deep Is Your Love" 2012 Juwan Lee[53] Sean Paul feat. Kelly Rowland
"Representin" 2012 Christopher Sims[54] Ludacris feat. Kelly Rowland
"Mama Told Me" 2012 Syndrome[55] Big Boi feat. Kelly Rowland
"Ice" 2012 Matthew Rolston[56] Kelly Rowland feat. Lil Wayne
"Neva End (Remix)" 2012 Eric White[57] Future feat. Kelly Rowland
"Kisses Down Low" 2013 Colin Tilley[58] Kelly Rowland
"One Life" 2013 Ray Kay[59] Madcon feat. Kelly Rowland
"Dirty Laundry" 2013 Sarah McColgan[60] Kelly Rowland
"Love and Sex Part 2" 2014 Bille Woodruff[61] Joe feat. Kelly Rowland

Guest appearances[edit]

Title Year Director(s) Artist(s)
"Get Me Bodied" 2007 Anthony Mandler, Beyoncé[62] Beyoncé
"No Substitute Love" 2008 Jake McAfee[63] Estelle
"Baby by Me" 2009 Chris Robinson[64] 50 Cent feat. Ne-Yo
"Party" 2011 Alan Ferguson[65] Beyoncé feat. J. Cole
"Heart Attack" 2012 Benny Boom[66] Trey Songz
"Make Love to Me" 2012 Frank Gatson[67] Luke James
"Superpower" 2013 Jonas Åkerlund[68] Beyoncé feat. Frank Ocean
"Grown Woman" Jake Nava[68] Beyoncé



Year Title Role Notes
1999 Beverly Hood Girl #2 Cameo appearance
2003 Freddy vs. Jason Kia Waterson Supporting role
2004 The Seat Filler Jhnelle Lead role
2012 God Save My Shoes Herself Cameo appearance[69]
Think Like a Man Brenda Supporting role
The Goree Girls Jill Awaiting release

Guest TV appearances[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1998 Smart Guy Herself; cameo with Destiny's Child "A Date With Destiny" (season 3, episode 10)
2002 The Hughleys Carly "Smells Like Free Spirit" (season 4, episode 14)
"You've Got Male" (season 4, episode 18)
"It's a Girl (2)" (season 4, episode 22)
Taina Herself "Starstruck" (season 2, episode 11)
2003 American Dreams Martha Reeves "City on Fire" (season 1, episode 25)
"Life's Illusions" (season 2, episode 30)
Eve Cleo "Twas the Fight Before Christmas" (season 1, episode 11)
2006 Girlfriends Tammy Hamilton "Oh Hell Yes: The Seminar" (season 6, episode 15)
"I'll Be There for You... but Not Right Now" (season 6, episode 17)
"I Don't Wanna Be a Player No More" (season 6, episode 20)
2010 Brandy and Ray J: A Family Business Herself; guest appearance "Singled Out" (season 1, episode 2)
The Spin Crowd Herself; guest appearance "Summer Lovin" (season 1, episode 6)
When I Was 17 Herself; guest appearance Season 1, episode 16
La La's Full Court Wedding Herself; guest appearance Season 1, episode 3
The A-List: New York Herself; guest appearance "Codeword Delicious" (season 1, episode 1)
2011 Kourtney and Kim Take New York Herself; guest appearance "Diva Las Vegas" (season 1, episode 4)
Single Ladies DJ Denise Phillips "Can't Hide Love" (season 1, episode 9)
Keeping Up with the Kardashians Herself; guest appearance "Kim's Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event, Part 2" (season 6, episode 15)
2012 La La's Full Court Life Herself; guest appearance "Birthday Presence" (season 2, episode 2)
2013 Real Husbands of Hollywood Herself; guest appearance "Doing the Bump" (season 2, episode 8)[70]

TV shows[edit]

Year Title Role
2007 Clash of the Choirs Herself; choir master
2009 The Fashion Show (US) Herself; co-host
2010 X Factor (Germany) Herself; guest mentor
The X Factor (Australia) Herself; guest mentor
2011 The X Factor (UK) Herself; judge/mentor
2012 Everybody Dance Now Herself; dance master
2013 The X Factor (US) Herself; judge/mentor


  • 2011: Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards (Won)
  • 2012: Glamour Women of the Year Awards (Won)


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