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Kelly Rowland Says ‘Regular Heroes’ Reminds Us There Are ‘Good People in the World’

Kelly Rowland Says ‘Regular Heroes’ Reminds Us There Are ‘Good People in the World’
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Kelly Rowland is shining a light on the everyday people helping us get through the COVID-19 crisis for the Amazon Prime docuseries “Regular Heroes.”

An emotional Kelly told “Extra’s” Charissa Thompson, “It was such a show that was necessary for right now, because I think with everything going on in the world, it reminds you there are good people in this world… It really touched my heart, as you can hear.” She added, “We have to see light at the end of the tunnel and that is the light. People are the light.”

She also had kind words about good friend Beyoncé and her mom Tina Knowles Lawson for helping provide coronavirus testing in their hometown. “What she did for Houston and our church was so beautiful. I am super proud of her,” Rowland said.

Kelly, like many other parents, is trying to explain the pandemic to her 5-year-old son Titan. “I’m scratching my head, because sometimes you go through that whole phase, ‘I’m not a teacher, oh, I’m doing good at this, no, I don’t have the patience for this.’ Teachers need a raise, so many things!”

Rowland hopes Titan’s childhood is different from hers, saying, “I felt like as a kid, my mom had this job — she was a nanny. That moved her around a lot… I just wanted it to be stable a little more… With him… he doesn’t really have to want for anything. I’m working my butt off for that, and his life is going to be different from mine, period.”

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