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Kelly Rowland is a ‘chocolate goddess’ in black swimsuit: ‘Brown Skin Girl’

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Kelly Rowland is showing off that melanin!

On Thursday, the 40-year-old singer shared a photo of herself serving in a black one-piece swimsuit as she posed poolside in front of a stunning tropical backdrop.

"Brown Skin Girl……" she captioned the post.

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Dozens of celebrity friends and fans were shook by the stunning photo.

"Yessssss," Tina Knowles Lawson commented followed by heart and flame emojis.

"YOU ARE STUNNING!!!!" Kerry Washington praised.

"Loveee," Chloe Bailey said.

"Skin just like pearls," a fan wrote quoting from Beyonce's hit song "Brown Skin Girl."

"Chocolate Goddess," a commenter added.

Rowland, now a mom of two, gave birth to her son Noah in February. Over the years, she has been open about her passion for taking care of her body. Throughout her pregnancy, she shared photos and videos that showed her continuing to exercise. In an interview with Yahoo Life, she talked about what kept her going.

"One, I knew that that was going to get the baby down and two, I knew I still wanted to have fun and it was nothing else to do with COVID. It’s like, if I’m gonna dance, I can dance in my backyard and be silly and have fun. I think that was really important to me, was just to be able to deal with frustrations, or a little anxiety, that definitely can be worked up at times. Just dance it out," she recalled.

The "Dilemma" singer also added that she also watched what she ate to make sure her son got all the nutrition that he needed.

"I made a lot of good decisions and I was learning how to [cook] fresh vegetables, fruits and things like that," she explained. "I wanted to change everything up and I’m happy that I did because I feel like it brightened my mood and it did wonders for my labor. It was just a different experience and you have to be cognizant of that, especially when it comes to decision-making about food. You have to take care of your body — you only get one. Take care of it, love on it. That way it’s going to love on us."

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