Michelle Williams

Singer/Actress While the Rockford, Ill-born singer gained notoriety as a Destiny’s Child replacement, she’d become a part (and a voice) of the group’s best charting years, starting with the four-times platinum Survivor in 2001. While with the group, Williams released her own solo projects, primarily contemporary urban gospel albums like 2002’s Heart to Yours and 2004’s Do You Know. After Destiny’s Child disbanded in 2006, Williams maintained a healthy solo career. She has made her mark on the Broadway stage, first in the title role (replacing Toni Braxton) of Aida and then in the Oprah Winfrey-produced Color Purple.

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Tia Mowry, Kaylin Garcia and more show us how they keep it right and tight.

Is a Destiny's Child 10-Year Reunion Tour Really Going to Happen?

The trio is reportedly set to ditch their group name.

Destiny's Child Reunite!

The trio reemerged at the Stellar Awards looking hotter than ever.

Music News: Michelle Williams: I Dreamed Beyoncé Singing 'Say Yes'

Gospel stars beam over DC reunion at Stellar Awards. (3/29/2015)

Destiny's Child Performs at Stellar Gospel Awards

The trio sang Michelle Williams' "Say Yes."

Destiny's Child to Reunite at Stellar Gospel Music Awards

Michelle Williams up for several nominations.
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