DC3's Michelle Williams had to respond via Instagram after the hit Destiny's Child song "Cater 2 U" got canceled by fans that thought it could be interpreted as a "slave song."
While discussing what inspired the release of her new book, Michelle Williams spoke on her battle with depression, misconceptions about depression, the possibility of new music, maintaining her friendship with Destiny's Child and more.
Michelle Williams is gearing up to release her debut book titled Checking In, which has already become a no. 1 best seller in the depression genre based on pre-orders.
A man just scrolling on Instagram felt the need to tell Michelle Williams that she needed to have children and this is what she had to say...
There was no telling how we’d all make out in this unprecedented, whirlwind of a year. Sadly, for Michelle Williams it’s ending on a sad note as she announced the passing of her father, Dennis Williams.
We all watched the roller coaster of Michelle Williams’ relationship with Chad Johnson. And in the beginning, most of us were rooting for them as a couple. Michelle certainly deserved love and it seemed that Chad would be the one to give it to her. But some insensitive comments, a lack of understanding of racism […]
Singer Michelle Williams delved further into her lifelong struggle with depression and promoting mental health awareness in a new interview with Essence.
Michelle has heard the chatter and has responded to those of us with questions.
At the end of last year, after an engagement, a depressive episode, and a reality show documenting it all, Michelle Williams announced that she and her fiancé, Chad Johnson, were no longer together.
Michelle Williams and Chad Johnson met in March of 2017 at his retreat and a year later the beautiful couple were engaged.
For those of us who wish we were born in the era of love, peace, and soul, BET’s bringing us one step closer with their new 70’s-set drama 'American Soul.'