Michelle Williams Addresses the Possibility of a Destiny’s Child Reunion
Is it possible for Destiny’s Child to reform? After five albums and a slew of hits like “Jumpin’ Jumpin’,” “Survivor,” and “Lose My Breath,” the award-winning girl group disbanded in 2006, but Michelle Williams is open to giving it another shot.
In her new book, Williams mentions that a Destiny’s Child reunion isn’t on the table right now, but she does say she’d love to reunite with Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland and record new music with them.
Michelle Williams discusses the possibility of a Destiny’s Child reunion.
Williams mentioned a possible reconciliation in her book, Checking In: How Being Real About Depression Saved My Life – and Can Save Yours, according to HollywoodLife.
“Now, I’d be lying if I said I didn’t wish we weren’t still together,” she wrote. I’m undecided about doing another 60-city trip. You get it? We’re not 25 anymore. However, I’m just going to throw this out there: B If you’re reading this, Kelly, we should always make a short album and maybe do a mini-tour. It’s all on me, Popeyes!”
Neither Beyoncé nor Rowland has responded to her remarks. However, Rowland told Us Weekly in 2019 that there had been no serious talks about getting the community together. “We haven’t discussed it.” The singer of “Motivation” said, “It hasn’t been on our radar.” “Right now, everybody is simply working on their own ideas, and we’re all helping each other.”
Mathew Knowles is releasing a new pre-Child Destiny’s album of previously unreleased music.
Michelle Williams also discussed the reasons for Destiny’s Child’s demise.
Williams reflected on the group’s decision to split up elsewhere in the novel. She had been in Destiny’s Child for roughly six years after being hired to replace LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson, though the group had been around since 1997. Looking back, Williams recalled feeling “like someone had detonated something nuclear in my life” when she… This is a condensed version of the plot. I hope you found it entertaining.