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Kelly Rowland fuels wedding rumors

Kelly Rowland fuels wedding rumors

MARRIED WOMAN?: Reports suggest the former Destiny's Child singer is now Mrs. Witherspoon. Photo: Associated Press

Kelly Rowland fueled reports she’s a married woman by keeping her hands out of view during a red carpet event in New York City on Monday.

The former Destiny’s Child superstar reportedly wed her longtime manager Tim Witherspoon in a small, intimate ceremony in Costa Rica on Friday.

She’s yet to confirm the speculation, but the singer beamed as she posed for photographers at the 2014 American Ballet Theatre Opening Night Spring Gala in the Big Apple.

Wearing a yellow Lanvin dress, Rowland kept her hands in the gown’s pockets so onlookers wouldn’t get a glimpse of her wedding ring.

Rowland’s wedding guests are believed to have included BeyoncĂ© and Solange Knowles, who reportedly jetted out to join in the festivities just days after the singer’s now infamous fight with brother-in-law Jay Z in the elevator of The Standard Hotel after the Met Gala in New York City last Monday.

BeyoncĂ© uploaded a close-up shot of her smiling and wearing a glamorous pair of earrings on her Instagram page on Saturday, with some sources suggesting she was her former bandmate’s bridesmaid.

Rowland confirmed she was engaged to Witherspoon in December.

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