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Entertainment News: Kelly Rowland Shines on Night One of Mighty Hoopla

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Kelly Rowland dedicated a song to a fan who recently passed away from cancer during her headline performance at Mighty Hoopla in London. She dedicated her song ‘Stole’ to Julie Lillis, who had been with Destiny’s Child and Kelly throughout her career. After the tribute, Kelly performed a medley of Destiny’s Child classics before closing her set. Other artists also paid homage to their back catalogue, including Nadine Coyle performing Girls Aloud hits and Kelis mixing her own hits with covers. The first day of the festival also saw performances from Natasha Bedingfield and Aqua. Kelly later shared video footage of her performance on Instagram.

Kelly Rowland Dazzles Mighty Hoopla Night One

Kelly Rowland gave an emotional performance at Mighty Hoopla on Saturday, dedicating a song to one of her fans who recently passed away. The 42-year-old singer headlined the festival in London’s Brockwell Park, wowing fans with short versions of several of her songs before dedicating “Stole” to Julie Lillis, who died of cancer in March.

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“Julie, I love you. This one’s for you,” Kelly said before launching into the song.

After her moving tribute, Kelly performed a medley of Destiny’s Child classics, including “Bills Bills Bills”, “Survivor”, “Independent Women Pt. 1”, and “Lose My Breath”. She closed her set with “Life Like This”, “Work”, and “When Love Takes Over”.

The singer later shared video footage of her performance on Instagram, captioning the clip with “DAMN London. I love you so much!!! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!! THANK YOU!!!”

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Kelly wasn’t the only artist to pay homage to their back catalogue at Mighty Hoopla. Nadine Coyle performed a selection of Girls Aloud hits, including “Sound of the Underground”, “Biology”, and “Something Kinda Ooh”, as well as her own “Go To Work” and a cover of “Better Off Alone”. Other highlights from the festival’s first day included Kelis mixing her own greatest hits with covers, Natasha Bedingfield performing a singalong set that included her take on Prince’s “Purple Rain”, and Aqua getting the whole park singing along to their beloved hits.

Mighty Hoopla is a music festival that takes place annually in London. The festival features a diverse lineup of pop, dance, and R&B acts, as well as food and drink vendors, art installations, and other activities. This year’s festival was held on June 3 and featured performances from over 50 artists across eight stages.

Kelly Rowland’s emotional performance at Mighty Hoopla is a testament to the power of music to connect people and honor those who have passed away. Her dedication to Julie Lillis shows the deep bond that can develop between artists and their fans, and the impact that music can have on people’s lives. Mighty Hoopla is a celebration of this connection, bringing together artists and fans from all over the world to share in the joy of music and community.

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