Kelly Rowland calls her Beyoncé baby blunder the 'worst moment ever'

The revelation of Beyoncé's unexpected pregnancy at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards required careful planning and government-level secrecy. However, when the world learned a few months later that she and Jay-Z were expecting a girl, the news was announced completely off the cuff. "I made the mistake of telling Bey the gender of her baby while she was pregnant with Blue," Kelly Rowland admitted on the Yeah, IF*cked That Up podcast, recalling the biggest mistake she's ever made in the interview. "That was the worst moment ever. Worst moment ever."

In November 2011, during an interview with BANG Showbiz at the Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards in London, Rowland accidentally leaked the news while answering a question about baby shower gifts for her fellow Destiny's Child members. secret. "I don't know what to buy Beyoncé for her baby shower because Jay is going to buy that little girl anything he can," she said at the time, according to Complex . She didn't realize it at the time Top secrecy has been given up. Information about baby's gender. Rowland then used the "she" pronoun twice more while sharing her plans to "nanny at all times" and boasting that she was "very good at handling messy diapers."

During the July 12 episode of the podcast, Rowland revealed to host Billy Mann that Beyoncé was "disappointed" by her gaffe but seemed to be making it harder for her than anyone else. "It was such a mistake. ... It sucks because it's no one's business," the "Dilemma" singer continued. "I felt bad because this wasn't my news. Honestly, it was the worst. It wasn't my news to share and I didn't mean it. The word 'her' just disappeared. I was like , 'Uh-oh.'"

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However, my childhood friends have long forgotten this incident. In fact, Blue Ivy, now 11, has been making guest appearances as a backup dancer on her mom's Renaissance Tour, and Beyoncé paid tribute to "Kelly Rowl" during her performance of "Break My Soul (The Queens Remix)." For her part, Rowland also attended a London show and received special praise on stage.

She's especially looking forward to seeing Blue show off her dance moves to "Black Parade" and "My Power" from The Lion King: The Gift soundtrack. "I'm so proud of her. She's amazing," Rowland gushed about her "niece" on the May 31 episode of The Today Show. The "Motivation" singer isn't so sure about her, though. Whether her own children — Titan, 8, and Noah, 2 — would follow suit and perform with her.

"There's no pressure," she added. "Titan is now more focused on saving the ocean. I'm going to follow him on this journey and do whatever I can to help him do that and surround him with the right people to help him do whatever I can. ... Whatever they do What they are meant to be, that’s what I want them to be – no pun intended.”