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Kelly Rowland cried tears of joy during her guest appearance on the “Sherri” show on Tuesday.

Host Sherri Shepherd provided a “gorgeous” dressing room for Rowland after the “Today” show drama last week.

Shepherd shared a video clip of her interview with Rowland, who stormed off the set of the “Today” show over a dressing room dispute.

“I guess her dressing room was acceptable,” commented one Instagram follower.

In response, Shepherd wrote, “oh we gave her a gorgeous room!. It is Kelendria Rowland.”

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Rowland was grateful to Shepherd, particularly since NY talk show hosts are reportedly banding together to blacklist the singer/actress.

Rowland and her team were not pleased with the size of the dressing room at the NBC studios in NYC.

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“Kelly and her team were not happy. They did not like the dressing room, so they decided to pull her off the show, leaving Hoda without a guest host for the 10 a.m. hour,” a source familiar with the situation shared with us.

The source said all of the dressing rooms in NBC Studios are closet-sized because the building is old.

Among Rowland’s critics was former “Real Housewives of NYC” cast member Bethenny Frankel.

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Frankel told her TikTok followers that celebrities graciously accept the dressing rooms they’re given.

“I’ve cohosted with Hoda, and I’ve arrived there, and the makeup area that you touch up in is often a drop cloth — like, a black drop cloth,” she said. “And then your dressing room is the size of a closet, and you’re trying to fit all your people in the clown car.”

“And you know what? You’re so excited, you’re so gracious,” she added. “You’re cohosting on The Today Show, an institution in entertainment, a news organization that is not about fancy dressing rooms.”

Comedian Marlon Wayans defended Rowland on Instagram, saying “Stop with these false narratives.”

“I’ve worked with @kellyrowland as a Star/producer, I will honestly say she was nothing short of amazing. Sweet, kind, professional. On time, great energy, impeccable manners, and professionalism,” Wayans wrote on Sunday.

“She was nice to everyone on set,” he added. “Not one diva moment. Sh*t happens in Hollywood. Get both sides before you castrate any more legends. Love this woman. Y’all stop this BS. This woman was nothing short of a humble loving queen… PERIOD.”

Watch Rowland’s interview below.