Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams shocked the world with a surprise Destiny’s Child reunion performance at last night’s Stellar Gospel Music Awards show in Las Vegas! The three ladies teamed up to deliver a rousing performance of Michelle Williams’ “Say Yes,” which had also featured the trio for its studio release last year. Keep reading to watch a video of the full performance, which will not be broadcast on TV until April 5, as well as multiple video clips from audience members!
Jason Segel split from Michelle Williams in February after a year of dating, and after spending a few months as a single dude in Hollywood, the 33-year-old This Is 40 actor has reportedly moved on with 31-year-old Serbian Australian actress Bojana Novakovic.
Michelle Williams and Jason Segel have split after nearly a year together, sources confirm. Michelle and Jason were spotted together in March of last year and seemed to be completely in love as recent as last month. But with her residing in Brooklyn and him in Los Angeles, the distance between them has become too much to handle.
Oscar night is nearly upon us and for those of you planning to have a get together we figured we’d help you dominate in your Oscar pool for the big party. Check out a Vegas odds maker’s lines for the three main categories and find out my one outlier pick that should’ve been for Best Actress.
PHOTO Beyonce’s hand-written note to Kelly Rowland, Alicia Keys, Michelle Williams, and Jennifer Hudson
Last night’s Super Bowl had two winners: the Baltimore Ravens and Beyonce, whose halftime performance literally shut the Superdome down! In addition to a stellar solo performance, Beyonce also reunited with Destiny’s Child members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams — who she later congratulated, along with fellow performers Alicia Keys and Jennifer Hudson, with a personalized note. Keep reading to see the note and relive Beyonce’s performance by watching the video!
Sometimes you just have to tip your hat to Disney. If the latest trailer for the Wizard of Oz prequel, Oz: The Great and Powerful is any indication, the film should be a visual delight. Check out James Franco, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams and even Zach Braff as a talking monkey – oh and LOTS of CGI. As a bonus get the storyline without much spoilage and see the 1939 trailer for the original masterpiece.