Michelle joined Destiny's Child shortly after their second album, "The Writing's On The Wall" was released. She and Farrah Franklin replaced former members LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett.
She appears in Destiny's Child's video "Jumpin Jumpin". Although she appears in the video, she does not provide vocals on the recording. The song was recorded before she joined the group.
Her first recordings with Destiny's Child are on their next album, "Survivor".
She appears in the Destiny's Child video "Say My Name". Although she lip-syncs in the video, she does not provide vocals for the song. The song was recorded before she became a member.
Michelle has a fingernail polish called "Mi Chelle Mi Belle".
She learned to sing in her church's choir.
She has won one Grammy Award with Destiny's Child.
She is signed to Columbia Records.
Michelle's debut solo album "Heart to Yours" reached #1 on the Billboard Gospel Chart.
She once sang in a musical quartet called United Harmony with her sister Cameron.
Michelle's younger brother Erron produced some of the tracks on her album.
She officially joined the R&B group Destiny's Child in February 2000.
She has a mezzo-soprano vocal range.
Michelle became the first member of Destiny's Child to release a solo studio album.
She is a former backup singer of fellow R&B singer Monica.
She is the oldest member of Destiny's Child.
She has been romantically linked to Gary Baxter, another NFL star.
She has been romantically linked to NFL star Curtis Martin.
She replaced Toni Braxton in the lead role of "Aida" on Broadway in November 2003.
As part of her High School education, Michelle was a part of the C.A.P.A. (Creative And Performing Arts) program in Auburn High School.
Michelle Williams set her toybox on fire when she was a kid.
Michelle will soon be one of the new faces of The Gap; commercials hit TV in August 2005.
Michelle (talking about her role in "Aida"): It was similar to what I had to go through when I joined Destiny's Child. That's why I didn't give up. When I get in a situation like that, I think of where I am and where God has brought me. I figure that if I stick with this situation, I could only go higher. Now that I've done "Aida", it's like I should be able to do anything.
Michelle (on her upcoming album): This album will still have an inspirational twist, but it will be R&B.
Michelle: In ten years, I would like to live on a river and to be known to be in one of the most successful singing groups.
Michelle: Beyonce and Kelly to me are like sisters.