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“Believe Home” by Michelle Williams , a bedding and home collection premiered a sneak peek of the collection on EVINE Live September 2015. The line will officially launch in Spring 2016.

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    Journey To Freedom is Michelle's 4th studio album. "Journey to Freedom" including "Say Yes" featuring Beyonce & Kelly Rowland, "Fire", and "If We Had Your Eyes" featuring Fantasia is available now. Links below!
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ICYMI: Michelle Williams to return to theater as Aida

13 years after making her Broadway debut in Elton John and Tim Rice’s “Aida”, Michelle Williams will reprise the lead role at The Muny in St.Louis August 8-14. Tickets go on sale May 28. If you can, be sure to come out and support Michelle during her run.

Grammy winner Michelle Williams, of Destiny’s Child fame, will star in the title role of The Muny’s summer production of Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida, which will be presented at the St. Louis venue August 8–14. She played the role previously during the original Broadway run.

Matt Lenz will direct the limited run with choreography by Jon Rua and music direction by Andrew Graham.

“We’re thrilled Michelle will star as our Aida,” said Muny artistic director and executive producer Mike Isaacson in a statement. “It is one of the most iconic roles in contemporary musical theatre, and I can’t wait to see her create her particular brand of musical magic on the Muny stage.”

Michelle Williams joined the record-setting R&B/pop female group Destiny’s Child in 1999. A string of hit singles such as “Say My Name,” “Independent Women Part 1,” “Survivor” and “Bootylicious” spurred worldwide album sales of 50 million and numerous awards. In 2002 Williams embarked on a solo career starting with the release of her debut album, Heart to Yours, followed by Do You Know (2004), Unexpected (2008) and Journey to Freedom (2014). Williams made her theatrical stage debut in 2003 in the title role of the hit Broadway musical Aida. Williams has since appeared in productions of The Color Purple, Chicago and Fela!

The seven shows in the 2016 Muny season are The Wizard of Oz (June 13 – 22), 42nd Street (June 24 – 30), The Music Man (July 5 – 11), Young Frankenstein (July 13 – 19), Mamma Mia! (July 21 – 28), Fiddler on the Roof (July 30 – August 5) and Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida (August 8 –14).

Season tickets go on sale March 5. Single tickets go on sale May 28. Visit muny.org.

Source: Playbill

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Michelle Williams hosts and performs at the BBC Gospel Proms

Watch the full BBC Gospel Proms here:

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‘Black lives just don’t seem to matter right now’ says Michelle Williams in BBC interview

Former Destiny’s Child Michelle Williams joins Matt Baker and Brenda Emmanus to talk about the Late Night Gospel Proms.

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Michelle Williams stops by Amazon’s Style Code Live

Michelle Williams mentions the other Michelle Williams, Believe Home, her favorite beauty products and more to Amazon’s Style Code Live.

To see the full episode, watch here!

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Believe Home launches on The Shopping Channel in Canada!!!

Michelle Williams launched her bedding line on The Shopping Channel in Ontario, Canada recently. Now, fans of the line outside the US can purchase the line not only on EVINE, but also exclusively through The Shopping Channel. Here’s a clip of Michelle’s first appearance on The Shopping Channel where she sings a little of her hit, “Believe In Me”.

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Michelle Williams favorite New Orleans food

Michelle Williams was a guest on news station WDSU while visiting New Orleans for the Essence Festival. She promoted her Believe Home line with Evine and mentioned a few restaurants she enjoys when she visits. Check out the clip below:

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Michelle Williams attends fundraiser for Hillary Clinton

On the afternoon of June 27, Hillary Clinton will be attending a reception fundraiser in Chicago, Illinois with special guest Michelle Williams.


Michelle Williams with one of her managers Jonathan Azu of Red Light Management and former Chicago Bears player Israel Idonije.

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Rolling Out: Michelle Williams ask Detroit women, ‘Are you doing what you love to do?’

“Are you doing what you love to do?” were the words that the beautiful Michelle Williams, former member of the world renowned sensational girl group Destiny’s Child, asked an audience of entrepreneurial minded women in Detroit on Tuesday, June 22 at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.

Williams is headlining the Ladies that Lead Tour presented by the Boss Network and sponsored by Prudential and The Limited. Detroit was the first stop on the tour in 2016 and it brought out women from various fields to hear what influential experts had to say about leadership, entrepreneurship and how to represent like a boss.

The event, which kicked off last year in New York, highlights influential women of color who can inspire other women by sharing their strategies and journey to success. The overall goal of the event is to celebrate female leadership and to encourage women to pursue their ambitions. The panelists included Martha Newton, VP, Operational Risk Management, Prudential Financial; Priscilla Williams, founder of Healthy Women Lead; Avec O’Brien, controller, U.S. & Mexico at Mastronardi Produce Ltd., and Khadija B. Wallace, president, Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti Black Chamber of Commerce. These phenomenal women are not only leaders in their industry, but also leaders in their community. They set a standard for what success looks like and they own their power.

Cameka Smith, founder of the B.O.S.S. Network (Bringing Out Successful Sisters), moderated the panel discussion and the one-on-one conversation with keynote speaker Michelle Williams. The panel experts had great advice for the audience and definitely “…inspired them towards greatness and action,” as one attendee explained.

Williams shared advice and inspirational insight. One key piece of advice she shared was to “Focus on one or two things, and be great in those,” something she said she initially struggled with. And it seems as if Williams is taking her own advice well. When asked what’s next for her, Williams confidently answered, “I don’t know what’s next. I’m not saying I don’t know what’s next. But I’m not afraid to say, I’m sticking to what I’m doing right now.”

Check out some pictures from the inspirational event. We want to hear from you. What do you think it takes to be a boss woman who leads?

Source: Rolling Out + Youtube

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