Kelly Rowland Shifts To Album After ‘Dance’ Series Cancellation

“Everybody Dance Now,” the Australian reality dance competition featuring Kelly Rowland and Jason Derulo as judges, might be canceled, but that is not stopping Ms. Kelly.
Pushing forward, Rowland worked through a photo shoot for her anticipated follow up to “Here I Am” (2011) over the weekend.
“Girlllllllll it’s an ALBUM SHOOT,” Rowland told fans via Twitter Sunday (see image above).
Led by the single “Ice,” Rowland’s anticipated album may just arrive by year’s end or early 2013.
As for that dance series… Australian sources say the show, which had Derulo and Rowland prominently placed as headliners, was canceled due to poor ratings (after just three episodes).

“Kelly, Jason and Sarah are fantastic presenters. Their professionalism and commitment to Everybody Dance Now was remarkable, and the many talented dancers on the show were amazing. Although we worked with Fremantle Media to reset the program, clearly it has not struck a chord with viewers,” Channel TEN’s James Warburton said in a statement last week.
The show is being replaced with repeats of “The Simpsons,” “Modern Family” and “Graham Norton Express. The latter is a talk show.