Kelly Rowland's Rep Hails Singer as 'Most Amiable Human' Amid 'Today' Dressing Room Dispute

The former Destiny's Child singer was previously set to guest-host the show alongside Hoda Kotb before allegedly walking out of the set because she's unhappy with the dressing room.

AceShowbiz - Kelly Rowland's representative has broken her silence after the singer reportedly walked off the set of the "Today" show because she wasn't happy with the dressing room. In a statement, Yvette Noel-Schure sang praises for the Destiny's Child alum.

"After 28 years of knowing her, Kelly Rowland remains one of the kindest, most amiable humans I have ever met," Yvette told Entertainment Tonight in a statement on Tuesday, February 20. She also added that she "has had the blessing to represent" the musician.

The statement came after it was said that Kelly, who was set to guest-host the fourth hour of the show alongside Hoda Kotb last week, walked out of "Today" show. Report claimed that the singer wasn't satisfied with the show's dressing room, which is notoriously small.

Rita Ora, who was later tapped to fill in Kelly's void at the last minute, appeared to confirm the rumors. "Well, this happened! We had two minutes to prepare ahhh, thank you @hodaandjenna for asking me to co-host the show," she wrote on Friday, February 16 alongside a photo of her on the "Today" set.

The "Fifty Shades of Grey" actress added, "Everyone was so lovely and kind, I had SO much fun doing it!! [heart emojis] Love to everyone that tuned in, maybe we should do more??!!!"

While Kelly hasn't personally addressed the drama, she made her first TV appearance since making headlines over the alleged dispute. In the Monday episode of "Sherri", she praised host Sherri Shepherd for creating a safe space for her. "I have to tell you, thank you for being light positive energy in this space, in this time. We needed you," she gushed, "And I thank you so much for your life."

Prior to that, actor Marlon Wayans publicly defended Kelly in an Instagram post. "Yall stop with these false narratives," the "White Chicks" actor wrote. "I've worked with @kellyrowland as a Star/producer i will honestly say she was nothing short of AMAZING. Sweet, kind, professional. On time, great energy, impeccable manners and professionalism."

"She was nice to EVERYONE on set. Not one diva moment," he added. "S**t happens in Hollywood. Get both sides before you castrate anymore legends. Love this woman. Yall stop this BS. This woman was nothing short of a humble loving queen… PERIOD."

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