Following a problem in the dressing room, Kelly Rowland leaves the set of today’s show, and Rita Ora steps in: Source

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The “Mea Culpa” actress reportedly left her dressing room as she and her crew didn’t like it, according to a source who spoke with PEOPLE. As a result, the popular morning program had to quickly locate a replacement.

Rita Ora filled in for Kelly Rowland when she abruptly left Today due to an incident that occurred behind the scenes.

According to a source who spoke with PEOPLE, Kelly left as she and her group didn’t like the place where she was dressing. Rita Ora consented to step in at the eleventh hour. Her amazing performance left a lot of people both inside and outside the show in awe.

When PEOPLE reached out to a representative of Rowland, they did not immediately answer, and a representative of Today declined to provide further information.

The story was first reported by Page Six, which mentioned that the singer of “Motivation” was appearing on the morning’s show at eight in the morning. Then, Rowland, 43, was scheduled to guest co-host Today wit Hoda & Jenna for the fourth hour, replacing Jenna Bush Hager.

However, the outlet claims that Rowland asked to be put in the green room higher up, but Jennifer Lopez was already in there promoting her latest project, This Is Me… Now, and the Prime Video accompanying it.

The former member of Destiny’s Child decided to leave the set at the last minute because she wasn’t thrilled with the dressing area that was provided, prompting a co-host Hoda Kotb to have to find a substitute.

Rowland is presently touring in support of Mea Culpa, her new Netflix movie. Tyler Perry is the director of this picture, which centers on a criminal defense lawyer who takes on the instance of a beautiful artist who is suspected of killing his lover. However, as the lawyer begins to feel burning desire, the situation quickly becomes perilous.

Netflix’s Mea Culpa will debut on February 23.

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