Michelle Williams

We give thanks to NBA player John Wall and 8 other famous Black people that opened up about getting help with suicidal thoughts.

Method Man recently admitted that a time of low self-esteem led him to diss the ladies of Destiny's Child by refusing to shake their hands.

After widespread speculation of a Destiny's Child reunion on social media recently, the iconic R&B quartet-turned-trio's longtime manager Mathew Knowles officially confirmed that the ladies will not be "jumpin', jumpin'" back into the studio anytime soon.

DC3's Michelle Williams had to respond via Instagram after the hit Destiny's Child song "Cater 2 U" got canceled by fans that thought it could be interpreted as a "slave song."

Michelle Williams is promoting her new book on mental health titled “Checking In,” and to help drive up sales, she has shared several private recordings of her past “group chats” with Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland.

Michelle Williams is gearing up to release her debut book titled Checking In, which has already become a no. 1 best seller in the depression genre based on pre-orders.

A man just scrolling on Instagram felt the need to tell Michelle Williams that she needed to have children and this is what she had to say...

A man just scrolling on Instagram felt the need to tell Michelle Williams that she needed to have children and this is what she had to say...

There was no telling how we’d all make out in this unprecedented, whirlwind of a year. Sadly, for Michelle Williams it’s ending on a sad note as she announced the passing of her father, Dennis Williams.

Williams explained that being less popular with fans did not cause her to question her talents or worthiness.

Michelle Williams is opening up about her mental health journey following her unmasking as the Butterfly on Wednesday night’s broadcast of “The Masked Singer.” “What better way than to emerge and say, ‘I’m taking my power back, I’m getting my strength back,’ ” Williams, 40, tells PEOPLE. ” ‘I’m going to be okay and start knocking these obstacles out.’ […]

Singer Michelle Williams is often mistaken online for actress Michelle Williams, who won an Emmy Sunday night for her role as Gwen Verdon in “Fosse/Verdon.” During her acceptance speech, Williams thanked the production for “paying me equally,” and acknowledged Black actresses who are underpaid compared to their white counterparts. But the low-level thinkers of America were outraged […]