Kelly Rowland Talks Beyonce’s ‘Life Is But A Dream,’ In Depth Album

Is Kelly Rowland going to take a page from Beyonce's book of ideas? While it may not be that serious, Kelly really enjoyed Beyonce's documentary "Life Is But A Dream" to the point where she might start filming herself via a laptop or netbook.

"I'm going to start talking to my computer to see what happens," Kelly teased in a recent interview. "It was just great. I really enjoyed it."

As seen earlier this month, Beyonce gave fans a close look at her life through not only performances and interviews, but via her personal computer, where she filmed intimate moments discussing her life, personal struggles and fears.

In related news, Kelly Rowland appears on Michael Bolton's recently released tribute album, "A Tribute To Hitsville U.S.A." Featuring some of Motown's biggest hits, Bolton's effort includes a duet of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" with Kelly Rowland.

Speaking of music, Kelly is really excited about her forthcoming album "Talk A Good Game." Discussing the project earlier this week, she said it really is an honest album and one that touches on relationships.

"Some of them were places that I probably just wanted to not think about. The things I pulled back up, I was able to express through song and they are beautiful. They are some of the most beautiful moments on the album," she shared with Essence.

And… by the way, Kelly rocked "Rip The Runway," which taped last night (Feb. 27) in New York. Hosting the event with Boris Kodjoe, Kelly really proved that she has style and an eye for fashion (see pics).