The song they performed may surprise you.
Williams took a strong stance against the the politician over his controversial comments made about her former Destiny’s Child band-mate, Beyoncé.
The three-piece girl group may not be back together in a reunion sense, but Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland contribute guest verses and make appearances in “Say Yes,” the new music video from Michelle Williams.
Michelle Williams is taking us to church with a little help from her Destiny’s Child cohorts. Yep, Bey and Kelly are back.
Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd will resurrect his theatre background in a new production of Andrew Lloyd Weber’s rock musical, co-starring Destiny Child’s Michelle Williams & ‘NSYNC’s JC Chasez.
Rowland’s “You’ve Changed,” which leaked online earlier today (May 28), starts with the straightforward query, “Ladies, y’all want to do it again?,” and features Michelle Williams and Beyoncé in strictly back-up singer roles
Baltimore may have dominated the first two quarters of Super Bowl XLVII but Beyoncé (with help from some old friends) dominated the half-time show with a dance filled high energy performance.
Beyoncé has been keeping quiet about her lip-sync controversy, until maybe now.
Michelle Williams is not talking about Destiny Child’s alleged Super Bowl half-time appearance. The singer told MTV News, “Just thinking about it gives me a headache. It seems quite impossible because of our own individual schedules.”
The ladies of Destiny’s Child–Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams– are all enjoying solo careers, but Bey’s dad says there’s still hope the ’90s girl group will reunite.