Kelly Rowland Would Take The X Factor Acts On Tour

28 November 2011, 14:28

The 'Commander' singer would like her girls on the ITV1 show to join her tour for new album 'Here I Am'.

Kelly Rowland says she would love to have her contestants on The X Factor appear during her tour in 2012.

The 'Down For Whatever' singer currently has both Amelia Lily and Misha B left on the ITV1 show, following Janet Devlin's elimination on Sunday (27th November), but claims all three acts would be welcome to join her on stage.

"I'd love to have them sing on tour with me," Kelly told The Mirror this week. "I mean, they would put it down.

"I love those girls, they are my motivation. To see how they have grown into artists with fantastic voices, I am just so proud."

She has previously suggested a collaboration with eliminated contestant Sophie Habibis may also be in the works.

Kelly added that the next few weeks of The X Factor are going to be "extremely exciting" as they draw closer to the show's live final.

The 'Commander' singer released her third studio album 'Here I Am' in stores and for download today (28th November),

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