“I wish I had an emotional condom when I was in my 20s,” Rowland says.“I dated this one guy and was stimulated by his conversation but he had his eyes on, like, eight other women.
I just feel like I’m not in any position to judge anybody.
We’re in a new time and space where sexuality should be talked about — whether you want to be with two people or three.” With a new book titled “Whoa Baby!
“I got to the point where I was like, ‘God, I want a husband!
’ ” The two-hour movie, written and directed by Nzingha Stewart, follows Margot and her friends Gabby (Megan Goode), Billie (Keri Hilson) and Nell (Kellee Stewart) — who all work at an upscale digital magazine in LA — as they look for love in different ways (bisexuality, open marriage).
I like her though, she’s a sweetheart.” Now, in a new interview with our UK friends Tale Tela, Songz maintains that their relationship is platonic, but insist he wish it wasn’t.
“It’s definitely platonic, I wish it wasn’t,” says Songz.According to Variety, Meagan Good and Kellee Stewart will play Gabby and Nell, friends who work for an “upscale website” who are inspired by a romance column that claims the tenth date is a landmark for a committed relationship.“As the ladies navigate the ups and downs of modern dating, romance, exes, and friendships, they learn what they really want out of life and love.” Good and Stewart will be joined in their office by singer Keri Hilson, So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley, Brandon T. Un REAL’s Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman will play Nell’s bisexual friend. Per Rowland's account, the likelihood of a Titan and Carter romance is NOT in the cards. "Love By the 10th Date" / Lifetime Meagan Good, Kelly Rowland, Keri Hilson and Kellee Stewart portray friends looking for love in the Lifetime Original Movie, "Love By the 10th Date," premiering January 28 at 8pm ET/PT.Kelly Rowland says she has a lot in common with Margot Scotts, her character in the new Lifetime movie “Love By the 10th Date.” Margot, a reporter, has chosen a life of celibacy — feelings that are challenged when she ends up dating one of her interview subjects, controversial reggae musician Big Stunna (played by musician/actor Black Shakespeare).