Kelly Rowland Saved At Sea
R&B singer Kelly Rowland should be thankful to the United States Armed Forces after its maritime wing, the United States Coast Guard (USCG), rescued her and her friends in open sea on last Friday.
Rowland, 32, who is a founding member of the hit girl trio “Destiny's Child" and is also an accomplished solo singer, was aboard a rented boat with her pals at sea in Provincetown, Massachusetts, where they were going to watch some whales. But this fun trip turned on its head when their vessel's engine developed some fault and stopped functioning, leaving the “Kisses Down Low" crooner at the mercy of the water.
Bad weather and rough tides made the boat slip off the radar and lose its way. Fortunately, the captain of the boat was able to make contact with the U.S. Coast Guard a told them about their mishap. It took them a while to locate the free-floating carrier, but they eventually reached it and started navigating it. The poor boat then broke down entirely and had to be towed away while Rowland and company were immediately shifted to the Coast Guard's vessel.
At no point, the whole misadventure was considered life threatening or anything of this sort, but it sure did ruin the singer's day. By the time they reached the shore at around 10 at night, Rowland was said to be extremely tired and grateful to be finally out of the mess.