Michelle Williams teases possibility of more Destiny's Child reunions
Songstress Michelle Williams has revealed that she would never say no to another Destiny's Child reformation, but it would have to 'appropriate and meaningful'.
During a recent interview with That Grape Juice, the star was asked if there might be another reunion with Destiny's Child on the cards after they got back together for a live performance at Beyonce's Super Bowl Half Time Show in 2013 and she teased that it's definitely a possibility.
Williams, who teamed up with original members Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland for her single 'Say Yes', admitted: "You never know. We're good at doing surprises. So you never know, and it just happens naturally when it's appropriate and something meaningful to do."
Back in January, Beyoncé's father Matthew Knowles teased plans for a Destiny's Child biopic and told the Wall Street Journal that it would be amazing: "Destiny’s Child, as you know, is the number one selling female group in the history of music. And their story, which starts at 9, 10-years-old in Houston, is really a story that really engages you."
“It talks about their challenges, their successes, their failures. It talks about the death of my partner Ann Tillman. And it also talks about, which I think is one of the great aspects of a Destiny’s Child movie or a play, is the empowerment of the songs and the empowerment that Destiny’s Child has given to women.”
Watch Williams talking about a potential reunion below:
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