It’s been widely reported that Kelly Rowland is engaged to her manager Tim Witherspoon (not to be confused with the retired boxer). However, on 'The Arsenio Hall Show' she was coy about her blossoming relationship.

“That’s my best friend," said Rowland. “You know what I will say… I am very happy and I believe in black love, man.”

When Hall asked if black love came with an engagement ring, K.Row said, "You stop it. You know how private I am."

Moving along, Rowland also talked about her confessional single, 'Dirty Laundry,' and her goal to establish herself apart from Destiny's Child and Beyonce.

"It’s really important to know that you have to grow. You can’t just stay in one space your whole life," she shared. "And you also, as a woman, can’t expect to be on somebody else’s level and don’t allow other people to put you on somebody else’s level."

"You should want your own path. I don’t want my sister’s path," the southern belle continued. "I don’t want nobody else’s path. I want my own. But it took me a long time to figure that out."

The songstress also talked about what advice she would give to her younger self. The 'All of the Night' singer said to trust your faith and never succumb to fear.

Watch the rest of Kelly Rowland’s interview with Arsenio Hall below.

Watch Kelly Rowland Compare Her Career Path to Beyonce on 'The Arsenio Hall Show'

Watch Kelly Rowland Give Advice to Her Younger Self on 'The Arsenio Hall Show'