Kelly Rowland is coming clean about some physical alterations she's made, though she has no regrets in going under the knife.

The former Destiny's Child member speaks in a candid interview with Cosmopolitan UK, in which she appears on the cover, and explains reasons behind her decision to receive breast implants. Rowland admits she was tired of having "little nuggets for boobs" and as a result opted to undergo surgery in October 2007 -- the photo above shows Rowland pre-augmentation in 2004 (on left) and post-augmentation in 2011.

"The decision was 10 years in the making, so I'm comfortable talking about it," the 30-year-old admitted. "It's something I really wanted to do for myself -- not for a man, not for work, for myself. And I love them!"

She also opened up about her childhood, where she grew up without a father, and sought comfort in watching episodes of 'The Cosby Show.'

"It's nothing I want a pity party for," she shared. "He left me and my mom, and I was angry. I wanted to be a Daddy's Girl so bad. God damn 'The Cosby Show' because that made me think, 'Why aren't my family like that?'"

"More than anything it's taught me to provide my future children with a great father, and make sure I make the right decision when it comes to men," Kelly said.

Sharing sentiments like this gives an inkling as to the 'Motivation' performer's current mindset, in which children don't seem to be in the foreseeable future -- unlike her childhood friend and longtime collaborator Beyonce -- nor a wedding.