Michelle Williams Reveals The One Negative Thing About Being Part Of Destiny's Child With Beyonce And Kelly Rowland -- Singer Also Has A Clever Idea For The Other Michelle Williams
Now that the cat is out of the bag and Destiny's Child diva Michelle Williams has been revealed as the Butterfly on the Masked Singer , she has decided to take part in several interviews.
The actress has been talking about her days as a member of the famous band with Beyonce and Kelly Rowland, her struggles with depression, her insecurities, and forever being confused for Michelle Williams, the actress.
She was very honest about the fact that some fans of DC do not see her as a favorite. Williams confessed that while she knew that what she was walking in, she did not expect some of the harsh comments she has been receiving for numerous years now.
She explained: "Of course, I come into a group that already existed, it's not like I'm a founding member, so it's kind of like I've already got an "X" on my back. That insecurity started 20 years ago if I'm honest. And it just builds and builds because I feel like I'm never going to be able to please anybody. Until you can get to a place where you're like, "The people that are for me are for me, they buy my music, they support the shows that I do," it might take you a while to get to that point."
She went on to say: "Sometimes, social media… it's bad when you read the comments. I like engaging with people on social media. I don't want to not talk to the people that are being gracious all because there are some mean ones out there. But sometimes before you get to the nice ones you have to get through a couple mean ones. Apparently, I don't have the most commercially appealing voice or whatever. People have their favorites, but vocally I was not a favorite in the group, and that stuck with me."
As for the constant confusion with other the other famous celebrity who shares her name, she stated that she would love to work with her and added: "Especially when it's Oscar time or Emmy time, I get all the tags. Or if she's been fabulous on the red carpet, various bloggers or publications will tag me. I just go right along with it. Sometimes I'll respond and say, "Thank you soo much! I love that outfit she has on, but it's the wrong Michelle." And they just laugh and say, "Oh my gosh, I'm so sorry!" I think she went to a Stevie Wonder concert, and they were expecting me to show up, but it was her that showed, so they were like, "It's okay, Michelle, come on in!" That would be a fun little gag to do if we ever get to do something based on our names. It would really be hilarious on like Jimmy Fallon, something like that. Hopefully, that could be something fun."
Michelle is being very real.