Kelly Rowland will miss UK restaurants, admits she is a "girl who can eat"
Kelly Rowland has opened up about how working in the UK on the current season of The X Factor has changed her and admitted she will miss certain restaurants the most because she is a "girl who can eat".
Speaking exclusively to Company magazine, the singer and X Factor judge explained that she has loved spending so much time in England recently but will struggle to live without particular establishments when she returns to the U.S.:
"The Langham Hotel because I love their sticky toffee pudding. Another is Nando’s because there’s not an hour in the day that I would not eat Nando’s and the third is Hakkasan. And I just named all food because those are the best places to be- places with food. I’m a girl who can eat!"
Rowland also revealed that if she could perform with any of this year's X Factor finalists, she would share the stage with "Janet, Misha or Marcus Collins. And I like Little Mix too, I love those girls".
When asked specifically about the UK acts she respects, she explained that two of her favourite British singers are relatively new and added:
"I love Labrinth and Emeli Sande- she sounds so great live."
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