Kelly Rowland shut down questions about her former bandmate Beyoncé during a recent radio interview.

The Stole singer appeared on The Big Tigger Morning Show with Jazzy McBee on Wednesday to promote her new movie, Mea Culpa, and was determined to keep the interview on message despite attempts to discuss her longtime friend's new country songs.

"Your sis just dropped a whole new couple of songs, and it's my understanding that Renaissance II may or may not be country-based, and then there's a rumour going around that Renaissance III may be either rock-based or a DC (Destiny's Child) reunion," host Big Tigger asked.

Kelly replied, "That is her business to talk about," before adding a wink.

His co-host Jazzy McBee continued to push, saying, "I know that you all are tired of answering those questions, but fans like me for the Destiny's Child reunion, and when y'all took that picture, it got me really excited in my feelings, like OK, is this really going to happen? We still gotta ask every time we see you."

Kelly insisted, "I know, but just ask them. I'm here talking about Mea Culpa, out February 23, and that's what I'm most excited about right now. I think that, that's that."

In a separate interview on the same day, the former Destiny's Child star also refused to address reports that she walked off the Today show last week because she was unhappy with her dressing room.

When asked if she'd like to explain the drama, she replied on Chicago's WGN News, "No, no, no because I'm so excited and delighted to be here to talk about the movie and nothing else. I love the Today show, love (host) Hoda (Kotb), and that is it."