Michelle Williams is making moves for Black Jesus from ‘Good Times.’ She sent the praises up at ‘The Michelle Williams Experience’ event on Wednesday (November 6) in Los Angeles.
The God-fearing songstress joined forces with C+D’s second favorite prayer partner (right after Kerney Thomas, of course) Fantasia for the remix of “If We Had Your Eyes.” Take a listen to the track at the jump.
Hold your fire. If you thought Adrienne Bailon‘s 30th Birthday Bash would consist only of a four-day-old Publix sheet cake, Cheetah Girls party decorations purchased from the clearance section at Ross, and a game of pin the tail on Rob Kardashian think again. There was a red carpet, too.
The ‘I’m In Love With A Church Girl’ actress (boom!) was joined at Studio XXI in New York City this weekend by Ne-Yo, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, Shaggy, Skylar Diggins, Fabolous and longtime girlfriend Emily B, Victor Cruz, Estelle and more. Check out all of the party people inside.
Freedom at last from the wig crypt! This week, photographers caught up with Michelle Williams as she ran errands in Los Angeles. The singer, who is gearing up to release her upcoming album ‘Journey To Freedom’, was spotted customizing her car before taking in an afternoon of hitting the racks.
Hit Amy Traphouse for more candids from her day around town.
Did you have a chance to wish Creolepatra Jones a Happy 32nd Birthday? While the act didn’t make it on my to-do list yesterday (and a roots box has yet to show up at my doorstep) I did have time to watch one of my favorite moments in Destiny’s Child history.
Before Michelle Williams fought her way to become the only replacement for LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson only to later fall for Christ on the 106 & Park stage, there was Farrah Franklin. The below set of clips show why her time with the chart-topping girl group was short lived.
Be sure to peep Beyonce’s reaction when Kelly Rowland mentions Jay-Z’s name and the passive aggressive shade following Farrah’s departure. Roll that beautiful bean footage.
PART ONE – PART TWO
Speak a little louder, hater. Stevie Wonder zoned out to music as he made his way through LAX with the help of a friend on Tuesday. Also spotted was Michelle Williams, who had jokes for photographer before catching her flight.
Elsewhere yesterday, Lisa Bonet made a pharmacy run to pick up some Yogi tea and medicine on in Brentwood, California.
Check out our latest round-up of celebrity sightings — including Kevin Hart, Jennifer Hudson and Laurence Fishburne — after the jump.
My love-hate relationship with the human race is growing more complex by the day.
Last week, someone tweeted that Destiny’s Child singer Michelle Williams keeps a copy of Our Daily Bread on her nightstand during sex — and I cried the tears of every soul transported during the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. If you grew up in a household with Bible-thumping parents you know all about that life.
Thank you Black Twitter for making life a little bit easier. I accepted my inability to ever be shit around 2007, so I am thrilled to see that I am in fantastic company.
Check out an additional flick of Tenitra strutting her stuff for King Jesus in New York City below. Bonus points available if you tweet this post to Keyshia Cole with the line “Can you keep up?” included.
Raise your right hand and repeat the following Plies’ lyrics after me: Walk like she taken. Attitude mistaken. Fiend for her daily. Care about her greatly. Why she my bust it baby.
The glue that holds Mathew Knowles’ hopes and dreams for another Destiny’s Child reunion tour together* looked amaze-balls at the 2013 SESAC Pop Music Awards in New York City on Monday night. Verdine White taught her well.
More flicks of Michelle Williams (pictured above with Swizz Beatz and Rico Love) looking like a tall glass of Tampico on a hot summer’s day below.
That $1.2 million-plus tax bill isn’t going to pay itself off.
Kelly Rowland offered the following nice nasty comment when Rolling Stone asked for her thoughts on Keyshia Cole shitting on Michelle Williams‘ halftime performance at Super Bowl XLVII via Twitter:
“It didn’t even make it on my radar until other people brought it up. It didn’t even matter. We had a wonderful performance, and that’s all I cared about. I was with my sisters and the three of us matter to each other, and that’s all that counts. We matter to a lot more people, with all due respect, than her. So, I really don’t care what she said.”
This is legendary House Mother Fresh reminding you that a quick read never requires a bookmark. Check out the entire Q&A over at Rolling Stone. Over and out.