Earlier today, Michelle Williams (the Destiny’s Child one) hopped announced on Instagram that on March 21st, her boyfriend Chad Johnson (not the Ochocinco one) popped the question. How kind of Michelle Williams to wait until after Beyoncé’s big day before announcing her engagement. I know everyone makes Poor Michelle jokes, but it’s obvious that Michelle wasn’t being ignored all those years; she’s just a selfless soul who doesn’t attempt to upstage others.
Michelle shared a gallery of engagement pictures on Instagram, and wrote:
“On March 21, 2018, the love of my life @chadjohnson77 proposed and I said ‘Yesssssssss…..I will, I will, I will!!!'”
Chad, who is a pastor, proposed on vacation with a ring he’d been saving up eleven years for. Please note: Chad and Michelle have only been dating for about a year. Chad says he started saving after turning 30 and feeling “so lonely.” So he put $150 a month into a ring account to be used for his future fiancée.
Michelle doesn’t say when the wedding will be, or if any of Destiny’s Children will be her bridesmaids. But you know Beyoncé will be invited, which will no doubt make things awkward for God up in heaven that day. “My faithful servant Chad, blessings be to you on your – OMG is that Beyoncé in the front row?! Jesus, get over here and look!”
And don’t think the spotlight wattage isn’t going to be juuussstt a tad lower for Kelly and Michelle if this is the truth.
Page Six claims that Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and the other one (I kid, her name is Michelle Williams) might revive Destiny’s Child on Coachella’s main stage during Beyonce’s headline set tonight. They haven’t sung live together since they performed Michelle’s song “Say Yes” at the 2015 Stellar Awards. You know this is happening because celebrity historian Cardi B’s baby belly has been getting all the press lately…
The cast of Dawson’s Creek are on the cover of Entertainment Weekly for the 20th anniversary of the show, and despite the fact that most of them are busy with other projects, they managed to get them all in the same room. And before you start screaming “WHAT ABOUT GRAMS?,” know that Grams (Mary Beth Peil) was absolutely there. Just not on the cover.
Michelle Williams Was Paid 8 Times Less Than Marky Mark, And Tracee Ellis Ross Is Also Getting Paid A Lot Less Than Her Male Co-Star
The ink hasn’t even dried on the thank you note Mark Wahlberg sent to his crisis publicist for coming up with the idea to give Time’s Up his $1.5 million fee for reshooting All the Money In The World, and there’s now another pay scandal involving him and his co-star Michelle Williams. Continue reading
After Michelle Williams broke up with puppet enthusiast Jason Segel, she sort of kept her private life a little more mysterious. As it turns out, she’s been dating a NYC financier named Andrew Youmans, and UsWeekly says they’re getting married. A financier? Terrific, maybe he can sit down with her agent and figure out why the hell there were so many missing zeros on her All The Money In The World re-shoots check.
Inexplicably hugely successful actor Mark Wahlberg made sure he was making bank before he returned to the set of Ridley Scott’s All The Money In The World for reshoots. His co-star Michelle Williams made sure she had a ride home after shooting because equal wages for women is something captains of industry laugh about on the golf course. Someone on Mark’s team let him know the actions of him and his agents at William Morris revealed them all to be greedy putzes. This is why Team Good Vibrations (feel it, feel it!) hurriedly announced that he’s donating his $1.5 million reshoot salary to the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund in Michelle’s name. “Oh, um, that’s nice. I could have probably used it since I make .05 to your dollar as a rule, but it’s cool,” Michelle thought tiredly. Continue reading