AceShowbiz - Kelly Rowland and Beyonce Knowles' mom Tina Knowles know how to make a big entrance. The former Destiny's Child singer rolled up to Michael Rubin's Independence Day party on Monday, July 3 in the Hamptons, New York as she drove a classic vintage car.
In pictures obtained by Just Jared, Kelly looked cool behind the wheel of the epic automobile with the convertible top down. The songstress could be seen rocking a pair of retro white sunglasses that matched the white theme of the bash.
Sitting comfortably in the passenger's seat was Tina. She looked equally gorgeous with her hair styled in waves and full around her face. Beyonce's husband Jay-Z was also seen arriving in another flashy vehicle, just before Kelly and Tina.
For the star-studded Fourth of July bash, thrown by Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin, Kelly donned a sheer white corset top that she paired with wide-leg pants in matching color. She also carried a white handbag and wore a silver statement necklace with elaborate dangling earrings.
The "Say My Name" singer was among the stars attending the soiree. Among the A-list guests at the event were Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, Emily Ratajkowski, Kendall Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Tom Brady, Justin Bieber as well as Hailey Bieber (Hailey Baldwin) and more.
Meanwhile, Kelly's bond with Tina shouldn't come as a surprise. In an interview, the mom of two shared that she and her former Destiny's Child bandmates, including Michelle Williams (II), continue to support each other. "So many women say, 'Oh my god, I love your relationship with the girls,' " she told ELLE U.K. back in 2021.
"And it's because we all genuinely want to see each other be great and go after things that we're passionate about. 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," she continued.