Michelle Williams spoofed on website

    Michelle Williams can’t catch a break this week… Or ever, as one new website would have you believe!

    Almost immediately following Michelle’s denial that Destiny’s Child would be making a brief reunion at Super Bowl, Tumblr responded by making a website of the ways she was made to look like Destiny’s stepchild titled PoorMichelle.com.

    The site is dedicated to all the times that Michelle looked more than a little out of place beside Kelly Rowland and Beyoncé. While the Tumblr sites times like her epic fall on BET’s "106 & Park" and those costumes that weren’t exacty in line with what her group mates had on, there was plenty of new material to be found thanks to Super Bowl XLVII.

    From the time she popped up on stage to her quiet exit with Kelly, PoorMichelle.com did not waste a single opportunity to shade Michelle.

    One clip of the halftime show showed Michelle’s hair not getting quite enough lift from the fan and was captioned, "WHEN HER WEAVE WOULDN’T BLOW IN THE WIND LIKE BEY AND KELLY."

    Meanwhile another shot from their ending of "Indepedent Women" was labeled "WHEN SHE MISSED HER MARK AND WASN’T CLOSE ENOUGH TO BEYONCE."

    But perhaps the biggest offense was Michelle struggling through the strut that Beyoncé made famous in "Single Ladies." 

    It’s a formula that seems to work, as the site has gotten more than 1 million hits in its short time online. Even with all the jokes made at Michelle’s expense, PoorMichelle.com does give her props when she looks good! 

    Keyshia Cole remains Michelle’s harshest critic from Sunday. See what Keyshia had to say about Michelle when you flip through Daily Buzz 2.4.13 below!

     

     

    —Sonya Eskridge

     

     

     

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