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Did You Miss It? Michelle Williams Dishes On Destiny’s Child Biopic & More At ‘The Real’

“As long as it’s told correctly and everyone gets to tell their story, be a part of it, I think it’s important. If you’re gonna tell a part of my life, let me in on it.”

The quote above echoes a sentiment shared by fellow Destiny’s Child alum, Kelly Rowland, who took to Essence Live to discuss the possibility of a DC3 biopic after the success of BET’s biographical mini-series on legendary R&B group New Edition (click here to read more about that).

Williams, who dropped by ‘The Real’ today as guest co-host, elaborated on the prospect of the production with the show’s resident hostesses and engaged in some shady girl chat along the way.  Hear a bit inside if you missed it:


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Did You Miss It? Kelly Rowland Dishes On New Music, Destiny’s Child Biopic, & More

2017 is shaping up to be a good year for a certain Kelly Rowland.

Fresh from a thumbs-up worthy performance in Lifetime’s “dramedy” ‘Love by the 10th Date’ alongside Meagan Good, Keri Hilson, and more), Rowland has her sights on finally putting the finishing touches on the follow-up to her 4th solo album, ‘Talk A Good Game’ (much to fan delight).  Add to this plans on releasing a book in March (read more on that by clicking here) and continuing to prep her ‘Chasing Destiny’ winners June’s Diary for the release of their official LP, we’d say the year will have the diva pretty busy…and we ain’t mad at it.

Taking to Essence! Live recently, Rowland dished on all of these topics and even gave an interesting answer when quizzed on her thoughts about a Destiny’s Child biopic.  Did you miss it? Get into her thoughts inside:



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Destiny’s Child Reunite…To Do The #MannequinChallenge

Kelly, Beyonce, & Michelle Share Playful Clip Online


Today marks 17 years since Destiny’s Child released ‘Say My Name’ and, much to their credit, the world continues to answer that demand.

Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams have gone on to carve out their own success narratives since the band’s split and have all the while remained close.

Their latest display of sisterhood took place at the 2nd birthday bash for Rowland’s adorable son Titan.

During the festivities, the trio took part in the #MannequinChallenge and shared the playful clip online.

Check it out below…


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Destiny’s Child Incite Reunion Rumors With Newly Activated Instagram Page

Trio Cooking Up Commemorative Event For 20th Anniversary?


Destiny’s Child fans are still in a frenzy after learning the ladies of the Grammy-winning group can now boast ownership of an Instagram account…a verified Instagram account.

That’s right, an announcement lent to the trio’s official Twitter page got social media detectives snooping and putting together clues, clues that are leading some to believe a reunion is on the horizon…


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Retro Rewind: Billboard Hot 100 This Week In 2004 #TBT

Destiny’s Child’s ‘Lose My Breath’ Ascends to Hot 100 Peak


Readers of That Grape Juice know what avid music lovers we are – especially of hits past.

So, just as our retrospective features ‘From the Vault’ and ‘TGJ Replay’ allow us the chance to re-spin the gems and jams of yesterday of one artist, our newest feature Chart Rewind – a variation of our current Retro Rewind assay – accedes salutes to an entire era of music history.

This week we’ll take it back to Destiny’s Child mega comeback hit ‘Lose My Breath,’ the inaugural release from their last studio album ‘Destiny Fulfilled’ (2004).  With thunderous drums, slick horns, and an overdose of sass – the song, penned by Destiny’s Child, Rodney Jerkins, Jay Z, Sean Garrett, and Lashawn Daniels –  came as a booming announcement that music’s top group had returned with a vengeance.  Its video, as noted by critics, was exact in its purpose of demonstrating that a new “Destiny’s Child” had arrived. Long gone were the days of tacky matching outfits with girlish design and in its place were three learned women whose destiny had led them full circle. Whatever the message, it worked.

Anticipation of ‘Breath’ saw it debut in the top 30 of the Hot 100 before its physical release.  Shortly thereafter, the song skyrocketed to the #3 spot where it peaked this week 12 years ago.  Check below to see who joined them in the top 25 that week:


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Hot Shots: Kelly Rowland & Michelle Williams Sparkle At ELLE Gala


Destiny’s Child stars Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams shone boisterously bright last night at ELLE’s Women In Hollywood gala.

The ladies, who have gone on to achieve successful solo careers since the group’s disbandment, showcased their sisterhood as they arrived together at the Los Angeles event.

Slaying as ever, the duo looked stunning and, once again, have us salivating for a DC3 reunion.

It appears that folk will have not a wait a while before any such regrouping takes place.

Kelly is hard at work on her fifth studio album, Michelle is getting entrepreneurial hustle on with Believe At Home, and Beyonce is still working her ‘Lemonade’LP and rumoured to be readying a joint effort with Jay Z.

For now, though, peep more pics below…


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Watch: Fifth Harmony Tribute Destiny’s Child On ‘Greatest Hits’

Did They Do Beyonce, Kelly, & Michelle Proud?


As girl groups go, few (if any) get bigger than Destiny’s Child.

It’s not surprising then why Fifth Harmony chose to honor Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams and Beyonce on ABC‘s new show ‘Greatest Hits.’

The quintet paid homage to the biggest selling female collective of all-time with a spirited medley of ‘Say My Name,’ ‘Independent Women,’ and ‘Survivor.’

How did they fare? Find out below…


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Retro Rewind: Billboard Hot 100 This Week in 2000 #TBT

Chart Champions Destiny’s Child Stay Locked At #1 With ‘Independent Women Pt. 1’


Readers of That Grape Juice know what avid music lovers we are – especially of hits past.

So, just as our retrospective features ‘From the Vault’ and ‘TGJ Replay’  allow us the chance to re-spin the gems and jams of yesterday of one artist, our newest feature Chart Rewind – a variation of our current Retro Rewind assay – accedes salutes to an entire era of music history.

This week, we throw our hands up for the independent women of Destiny’s Child and their history-making hit found aboard the Cameron Diaz-led ‘Charlie’s Angels’ official soundtrack.  Debuting at #1 in fall 2000, ‘Women’ lent the ladies of DC3 their third and longest running chart-topper on the Hot 100.  Amassing an impressive 11 week run, the song currently stands in history books as the longest running #1 single by a female group.

Strut down memory lane with us and tuck in below to see what other familiar faces you see in the top 20 this week 15 years ago:


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Farrah Franklin Spills New Details On Destiny’s Child Departure: “They Lied”


15 years have passed since the second version of the R&B group Destiny’s Child was rocked by controversy when its members came forward to claim they had cut ties with the singer Farrah Franklin.

Franklin, along with former Monica backing singer Michelle Williams, had been enlisted to replace members LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson during the promotional run for their sophomore set ‘The Writings on the Wall‘ but was fired after six months.

Management claimed her decision to miss a number of important promotional dates was the reason she was given the boot.

Alas, after the aforementioned Luckett and Roberson faced similar fates, Franklin has revealed that the story many of the group’s fans have believed for over a decade is a lie.

Details below…


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Farrah Franklin Dishes On Destiny’s Child Departure

Aspiring Solo Star Spent 6 Months In Band


Fourteen years have passed since Farrah Franklin‘s blink and you miss it stint in Destiny’s Child.

Yet, given how gargantuan the group’s success narrative became immediately after she left – or was fired (depending on who’s story you believe), it’s little wonder why her departure is still a hot topic of sorts.

In a new interview with VLAD TV, the aspiring solo star spills all on her time in the band; she also elaborates in more detail than ever about the events leading up to her eventual split from the Grammy winning ensemble.

Watch Farrah sound off below…


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Farrah Franklin Talks Beyonce, Destiny’s Child & Her Return To Music


Her date with Destiny was anything but sweet.

Now, over 15 years after she was booted from Destiny’s Child the singer Farrah Franklin has resurfaced to begin telling her side of the carefully guarded story.

Will fans of Beyonce, Kelly & Michelle like what she has to say?

Find out after the jump…


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Explosive: Mathew Knowles Dishes On Destiny’s Child, Beyonce, & More On ‘The Breakfast Club’


Following a dramatic fall from grace, Mathew Knowles has largely shunned the spotlight.

Indeed, the once formidable manager of Destiny’s Child and Beyonce had largely retired from the public eye after severing ties with his superstar offspring in 2011; the same period in which wife Tina Knowles filed for divorce and details of his extra-marital affairs (which produced two children) became mass media fodder. His Music World empire also closed up shop.

Now, the Knowles patriarch is attempting to rise like a phoenix  by way of a new bootcamp which he’s christened ‘The Entertainment Industry: How Do I Get In?’

To plug the class (tickets for which are $1500 each), Mathew sat down for an interview on ‘The Breakfast Club.’

Naturally, hosts DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne did not hold back. As such, discussed were his current relationship with Destiny’s Child, the group’s long-awaited reunion, Beyonce, and a whole lot more.

Tea cups and popcorn at the ready? Mathew’s must-see interview after the jump…


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