Kelly Rowland rowed with cabin crew on a "sh**ty" flight into Sydney, Australia yesterday (15.04.10).

The former Destiny's Child singer reportedly flew into a rage as she got off her flight from Melbourne and criticised staff on the plane for being "rude", "unpleasant" and treating her and her entourage like children.

She said: "I found the flight attendants really sh**ty. I don't know why. You tell me.

"They were very rude to us. That's the first time you'll ever hear me say a curse word. They were just rude to us on the plane. They treated us like five-year-old kids."

According to reports, tension on the Qantas airlines journey started when a group of passengers - believed to be in Kelly's entourage - started using their mobile telephones and sat in wrong seats.

Discussing what she thought had caused staff to be rude, Kelly answered: "I don't know. Every time I've flown Qantas it's always been fantastic. It was rather unpleasant."

Kelly and her team were joined on the plane by Akon, Eve and Sean Paul - who later headlined the Supafest concert with the 'When Love Takes Over' hitmaker at the Acer Arena in Sydney.

A spokesperson for Qantas said: "The safety and comfort of all of our customers is always our primary concern and it is important all passengers observe the requests and instructions of our crews. We will always support the reasonable actions of our crews to ensure the safe operations of our flights."

Apart from the alleged altercation, Kelly was seemingly pleased with the evening and took to her twitter account to praise the city.


"I'm off to sleep!!!!! xoxo(sic)"