Kelly Rowland's got Beyonce's back -- no matter what!
After Bey's controversial Super Bowl 50 performance, Rowland is sounding off in support of her best bud. While on the red carpet of the Delta Airlines Grammy party in Hollywood, Calif., on Feb. 12, the Destiny's Child member said she thought Queen B's performance during the half-time show was "awesome."
The 35-year-old told Us Weekly, "I thought everybody's interaction on stage was absolute perfection," she said. "[Beyoncé] was absolutely amazing."
The "Single Ladies" singer sparked outrage after debuting her new single "Formation" during the Super Bow half-time show. Trolls, fans and haters took to social media to express their views on the performance. Online talk has both praised and condemned Beyonce for both her performance, as well as for her statement-making "Formation" video, which debuted the day before the Super Bowl.
While many loved the strong black images in both, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said that the performance was an "attack" on police.
On Feb. 8, Giuliani went on "Fox & Friends" and slammed the singer, saying "I thought it was really outrageous that she used [the Super Bowl] as a platform to attack police officers, the people who protect her and protect us and keep us alive."
But Rowland disagreed, saying that her pal comes from a good place.
"I think that we live in a country where you have the freedom to say how you feel and talk. And it's really from a peaceful place. I think that they're blowing it out of proportion."
And just in case it wasn't clear how Rowland felt about the former mayor's digs — she said, "Giuliani should just shut up."
We love that Rowland is clearly one of Bey's ride-or-die ladies!