Open Post: Hosted By Kelly Rowland Hawking Wine Coolers

April 23, 2016 / Posted by:

Summer is almost here, so I’m really busy trying to decide what I’m going to be quenching myself with during the hot, hot heat. Will it be iced tea? Will I go for my traditional Arnold Palmer? Perhaps just sparkling water with lemon if I’m feeling European. Luckily, we have celebrities to tell us what to think and do. Tonight, Beyonce is premiering Lemonade on HBO, which I assume is going to be three hours of her giving lemonade recipes and just generally talking about how much she likes lemonade. But, another member of Destiny’s Child is also here to give us a drink recommendation. Kelly Rowland is the new face of Seagram’s Escapes, a wine cooler type drink.

Thank god there’s a classy new drink to sip and get a slight buzz from before having to throw up because all that sugar sitting in your stomach on a hot day is a recipe for disaster. I’ve been at a loss, and quite frankly, very sad, since the passing of Zima, eight years ago, so thank god for this. Kelly keeps it fun and upbeat in this gorgeous and expensive looking commercial. She’s really selling it to me that she’s doing this because she really loves the product and a sizeable paycheck has nothing to do with it. She even recorded this song for them and definitely not for an album that most likely isn’t coming out.

Like the commercial says, take your party – and your worrying relationship to alcohol – to the next level! Who needs Lemonade when you’ve got Kelly and wine coolers?!

(via Youtube)

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