Kelly Rowland just released her new single, “Dirty Laundry” and definitely had a lot to get off her chest. Not only did she reveal that she was a little jealous of her best friend Beyonce’s success, she also aired that she was in an abusive relationship with a man that she was once in love with! Thank you, Kelly, for providing the perfect soundtrack for the end of “cuffing season” and helping broken hearted women everywhere get through those horrible pre-summertime break ups. Since we’re on the subject, here’s a list of 20 other break-up songs that have helped women worldwide throw the “Deuces” and say goodbye to their significant others.

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