Next Week on Lift Every Voice: Michelle Williams and La Toya Jackson

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Michelle Williams and La Toya Jackson Take the Hot Seat  - These two songstresses are linked to some of the biggest names in music and they're ready to tell their story. Tune in for Michelle and La Toya Jackson on this week's episode of Lift Every Voice on Sunday at 10A/9C! (Photos from Left: Earl Gibson III/FilmMagic, Robin Marchant/Getty Images)

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Michelle Williams and La Toya Jackson Take the Hot Seat - These two songstresses are linked to some of the biggest names in music and they're ready to tell their story. Tune in for Michelle and La Toya Jackson on this week's episode of Lift Every Voice on Sunday at 10A/9C! (Photos from Left: Earl Gibson III/FilmMagic, Robin Marchant/Getty Images)

Ladies of Destiny  - In 1999, Michelle Williams became a member of Destiny?s Child, the world-reknowned group with a slew of chart-topping hit singles, successful albums sold and awards accumulated. Who knew this little girl from Illinois would become such a shining star? (Photo: Scott Gries/ImageDirect/Getty Images)

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Ladies of Destiny - In 1999, Michelle Williams became a member of Destiny?s Child, the world-reknowned group with a slew of chart-topping hit singles, successful albums sold and awards accumulated. Who knew this little girl from Illinois would become such a shining star? (Photo: Scott Gries/ImageDirect/Getty Images)

Say Yes  - Even while part of the Grammy-winning and critically acclaimed female R&B/pop group Destiny's Child, Michelle always held tight to her church roots. In 2002, she released her debut solo album, which reached No. 1 on Billboard?s Gospel Albums chart. Michelle has always been deep-rooted in her Christianity, so it's no surprise that she switched over to gospel. With her undeniable gift, it's clear that she was meant to do so. (Photo: E1 Music)

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Say Yes - Even while part of the Grammy-winning and critically acclaimed female R&B/pop group Destiny's Child, Michelle always held tight to her church roots. In 2002, she released her debut solo album, which reached No. 1 on Billboard?s Gospel Albums chart. Michelle has always been deep-rooted in her Christianity, so it's no surprise that she switched over to gospel. With her undeniable gift, it's clear that she was meant to do so. (Photo: E1 Music)

What Has She Been Up To  - Michelle hasn't strayed from her singing roots, but she has taken on a new kind of gig. She stars on Oxygen's show Fix My Choir alongside gospel singer and preacher Deitrick Haddon. The two mentor struggling choirs and give them the help that they need to grow and show their talents. (Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

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What Has She Been Up To - Michelle hasn't strayed from her singing roots, but she has taken on a new kind of gig. She stars on Oxygen's show Fix My Choir alongside gospel singer and preacher Deitrick Haddon. The two mentor struggling choirs and give them the help that they need to grow and show their talents. (Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

The Jackson Family  - La Toya was born into the No. 1 American music family, the Jacksons. Coming from an extraordinarily talented family, La Toya was expected to be a part of the music business. She made it her duty to tour and perform in over 90 countries. A true Jackson, she emerged as a successful entertainer, Grammy Award-winning songwriter and much more when it came to her career. (Photo: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

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The Jackson Family - La Toya was born into the No. 1 American music family, the Jacksons. Coming from an extraordinarily talented family, La Toya was expected to be a part of the music business. She made it her duty to tour and perform in over 90 countries. A true Jackson, she emerged as a successful entertainer, Grammy Award-winning songwriter and much more when it came to her career. (Photo: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

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Coming Into Her Own - In addition to her music career, La Toya Jackson also authored her first book in 1991, La Toya: Growing Up in the Jackson Family, which made media history and topped the New York Times Best Seller List at the No. 2 for several weeks. La Toya is also known for her charitable heart. She donates her time and money to the AIDS Project Los Angeles, which is truly near and dear to her heart. (Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Up Like Donald Trump  - In 2011, La Toya Jackson took on Celebrity Apprentice, but she was fired in rounds eight and 10. Soon after, in 2013, La Toya landed her own show on the OWN Network called Life With La Toya, where she gets candid about her life in and out of the spotlight.  (Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for BET)

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Up Like Donald Trump - In 2011, La Toya Jackson took on Celebrity Apprentice, but she was fired in rounds eight and 10. Soon after, in 2013, La Toya landed her own show on the OWN Network called Life With La Toya, where she gets candid about her life in and out of the spotlight.  (Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for BET)