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The Destiny's Child members are busting moves in the new single recorded for Michelle's next album 'Journey to Freedom'.
The upbeat gospel track, which also features vocals from Beyonce Knowles and Kelly Rowland, will appear in Williams' upcoming solo album 'Journey to Freedom'.
The former member of Destiny's Child says that some songs in Beyonce's new album are too revealing.
Also stealing attention at the event are Letoya Luckett, Mya, Amber Rose, Jordin Sparks, Adrienne Bailon and Paula Patton among others.
It's not a reunion song but it's the closest thing to it, as the Destiny's Child trio teams up for the break-up track.
The outspoken R'n'B singer receives hate tweets after trashing the Destiny's Child member's Super Bowl halftime show performance.
The singer debunks reports of her group's onstage performance at the big NFL game halftime show.
The husband of Jessica Biel marks January 13 as the day he fully announces his music comeback and releases a video message as a teaser of what's to come.
Beyonce Knowles confirms they will release a compilation of romantic gems that include 'Nuclear', the first new Destiny's Child recording since 2004.
The former Destiny's Child star was pulled offer by a Los Angeles police on Thursday, March 31 while she was on her way to TV news station KTLA for an interview.
Her appearance on 'The Mo'Nique Show' which was scheduled for January 11 is postponed since her flight was grounded.
Struggling to catch a flight back home, both songstress Taylor Momsen and singer Michelle Williams fear they will have to spend Christmas away from her friends and family.
Admitting that she and her boyfriend, whom she has kept out of the spotlight, have dated for two years, the singer says that marriage is 'definitely' on the horizon.
Despite sad about leaving the British dancing show, the former Destiny's Child star states she at least doesn't 'have to worry about being on the bottom two again.'
Spotted with fuller backside at Tony Awards, the singer clarified that she did not go under the knife but rather worked out a new regime.