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Kelly Rowland reveals she is expecting a baby boy

EXCITED: Kelly Rowland

LOOSE LIPS sink ships, or in Kelly Rowland's case, let the world know your biggest secrets.

In 2011, she let slip that close friend and fellow Destiny Child singer Beyoncé was expecting a girl with rapper husband Jay Z and she's done it again with the sex of her own baby.

The mum-to-be revealed she and husband Tim Weatherspoon will be having a boy during a recent interview with Fox411.

The news came out as the 33-year-old was rattling off a list of the numerous gifts her little bundle of joy was already receiving.

"We’re very excited," Rowland told the entertainment site.

"So far, everything has been good. I just feel like the baby is already rotten - like literally, my Caress family has gotten him all of his little bathing stuff, his toys. It’s just so cool."

The singer was then forced to admit the secret was out.

"It, it’s…aw, f**k it! It’s a boy. It’s a boy!"

She then asked her spokesperson to contact her husband of the news.

"Can you please tell him that I spilled the beans?" Rowland instructed her spokesperson.

Rowland said Witherspoon, who is also her manager, has been "super supportive" during her pregnancy.

"He's like have you eaten today? Did you take your vitamins? Did you drink enough water? He's so hands on and I'm just so blessed."

The couple, who have been together since 2011, were engaged in December and married in Costa Rica in May, with fellow Destiny’s Child band member Beyoncé and her sister Solange among the guests.

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