Hello, hater! Michelle Williams had the perfect response to a curious fan who noticed her absence Beyoncénew visual album, Black is king.
If you’re trying to figure out your #BlackIsKing favorites! Ehhhhhhh just post them all !! 🖤💛, ”wrote 41-year-old Williams on Instagram on Sunday, August 2, along with a handful of photos from the Disney + musical film, featuring cameos from Jay-Z, Naomi Campbell, Lupita Nyong’o and Kelly Rowland.
“Where are you in the movie?” a follower commented, to which the former Destiny’s Child member replied, “I’m on the top right of my business!”
The visual album was released on Friday July 31 and serves as a ‘festive memoir’ of the Black experience. “The film is an age-old story that informs and rebuilds the present. A reunification of cultures and shared generational beliefs. A story of how the people who were most broken have an extraordinary gift and a purposeful future, ”said Parkwood Entertainment of Disney and Beyoncé in a statement before the film’s debut.
While not appearing on the Disney project, Williams has a long history with Rowland, 39, and Beyoncé, 38. The three women performed together in the Grammy-winning girl group until they disbanded in 2006. Each of the singers took different paths after the band split, with Williams pursuing projects on Broadway and later popping up The Masked Singer, but the trio have remained close friends and support each other’s careers. During the performance of the singer “Love on Top” 2018 in Coachella, both Williams and Rowland performed their former bandmate on stage and gave fans the modern Destiny’s Child moment of their dreams.
Two years after their Coachella surprise, Beyoncé’s father, Mathew Knowles, opened on the possibility that the “Survivor” singers reunite in a more official capacity.
“I certainly hope so,” said the 68-year-old manager Us weekly only when asked if he thought the group he helped form would return with new music. “Each of the ladies is successful in itself. They all have their individual solo careers. So family, coordinating careers is a lot of juggling. I’m sure the ladies will decide in due course whether that’s what they want to do and whether or not they do it as supportively as I could be as their manager. ”
The Alabama native admitted that he is still a ‘fan’ of the ‘Independent Women’ singers – claiming that what the group achieved during their time together ‘has not been done since.’
“We really haven’t had a breakthrough group,” he added. ‘There is a lot of dynamics that is different from even with a boy group. It’s also about teamwork and friendship. It’s not just about talent and you need to bring it all together with a team. … Destiny’s Child is a real example of multiple career failures, but turning that into success. ”
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