Via Digital Spy
Kelly Rowland has called for an apology from MOBO organisers, claiming that her performance at the awards ceremony was affected by poor sound quality.
The former Destiny’s Child star, who sang her David Guetta collaboration ‘When Love Takes Over’ at the event in Glasgow, admitted that she “struggled” because of the technical problems.
Rowland momentarily stopped singing at the start of the track and appeared confused as she continued.
Writing on Twitter after the show, she said: “OK. So, I’m at the MoBo’s and getting ready to have a GREAT show with David and the MoBo’s F’d my sound up!!!!! P*SSED!!!!! (sic)”
“I wanted you guys to be the 1st to hear it from me! rehearsals. were fine. soundcheck. was fine. performance, was a struggle at 1st.
“HONESTLY, that just makes me work harder! But, what I will say is the MoBo’s owe me an apology!!!! I was LIVID after the show!”
I saw when she momentarily stopped singing and the look on her face! She looked confused and annoyed.
The sound during her performance was also really bad. The music drowned out her vocals.
When Peter Andre approached her and David backstage for a quick chat afterwards you could see she was still angry.
Over to you Kanya!
Categories: UK News