Kiely hopes to expand her career beyond music and movies. “I would really love to be a talk-show host,” said Williams. “I watch lots of talk shows where the host sometimes argues with the guests, and I’d like to really get young people on television to talk about the world today.”
Kiely tells us about her transformation from a cheetah to a bunny in her latest film project: “In `The House Bunny,’ my role was a big part and a
Kiely, seen here surrounded by family, has the utmost respect for the ladies in her life. “My sister is our manager and my mom used to manage
us. The women in my life are my mentors.”
The singer reveals where she gets her stubbornness. “I was raised by four women and they were completely do-it-yourself.”
The Cheetah Girl admits that the pressures of the entertainment
business are bad. “No matter what, there are so many prejudices in the world-whether someone is judging you on your physical appearance, like your weight and not being thin enough. I asked my Nana whether women were as consumed with their weight like they are today and she said yes, but it wasn’t celebrated as much.”
Kiely’s mother holds the newborn cheetah in her arms.