Michelle Williams Talks Not to Be A "Favorite" Of Destiny's Child

HipHop News Posted on December 11, 2019 at 7:31am

Michelle Williams Talks Not to Be A "Favorite" Of Destiny's Child

"That stuck with me."

Michelle Williams still occupies the performance nervousness and insecurity about not being a fan of "favorites" in his famous group.

The Fate of the Son of the star caught up with a Fence to the right before it was revealed in the FOX The Masked Singer last Wednesday (4 December) and explained how he feels overshadowed by Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland still affects today..focused on the ad {

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"Because I've done a lot of gospel, so I am a little bit insecure, due to the mainstream [the fans] do not know my voice," he said. "Apparently I'm not the most commercially attractive of the voice or whatever. People have their favorites, but vocally, I was not one of the favorites in the group, and that stuck with me."

Williams, who has protected herself in a treatment facility last year after battling depression, he admitted that even as an experienced performer, feelings of self-doubt make it a challenge to get on the stage.

"It is still


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