Kelly Rowland: Destiny's Child have long-lasting loyalty
Destiny's Child have each other's backs.
Kelly Rowland says there is a "long-lasting loyalty" between her and her bandmates - despite the fact the group split in 2006 - because they "genuinely love each other".
She said: "One word that comes to mind is friendship. Another word that comes to mind is long-lasting loyalty. I think that's one of the perks of being in a group, that you get friendship. I think when y'all truly, genuinely love each other, y'all got each other's backs, you want to be there for each other, you do more than just sing together.
"You make money together, you can make millions of dollars together! You make memories together. You travel the world together. You meet people together. It's just, really awesome. I think that culture of girl groups is just, it's tens, it really is, it's tens."
Meanwhile, the 35-year-old singer also admitted she has no recollection of the group's critically-acclaimed performance at the Super Bowl in 2013.
She added to Buzzfeed: "OK, the Super Bowl reunion performance. Here's the lowdown: I don't remember it. The reason I don't remember it is because there's this magical place you go to and I didn't know it was going to happen, but the only thing I remember is my feet, in that chute, the chute thing that we were on.
"And I don't remember what happened, and when we got offstage, last thing I remember is we were in the back of the stage waiting for Bey to come down, because she was doing 'Halo' and when she came down we were just screaming and excited. But I don't remember it, but when I saw it on TV, I was like, 'Oh, we did a good job!' So I'm really embarrassed that I don't remember it."