Though the trio thrilled fans in February when the ladies serenaded millions of viewers with many of their favorite hits, it wasn’t a foreshadowing of things to come.
“As far as Destiny’s Child is concerned, I think you’ve seen the last of us for a long time when we did the Super Bowl,” Michelle recently told HipHollywood.com.
After the performance, Michelle was singled out by fellow R&B singer Keyshia Cole, who shared her opinion that Michelle sometimes bring the group down. However, that criticism has nothing to do with Michelle’s assertion that Destiny’s Child won’t be reuniting again.
“I was too busy celebrating with my girls and just absolutely excited about being able to do what I love to do,” said Michelle, explaining that she was unfazed by Keyshia’s comments.
Kelly Rowland and Michelle have both indicated how little Keyshia’s criticism affected them, and shortly after the reality star’s harsh words, Beyoncé released the song “Bow Down.”
Although the group members remain close friends, each is working on her own projects. That includes a new gospel album for Michelle, who is currently enjoying her run in Fela.
“It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity,” she said about starring in the Tony Award-winning play.”
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