Michelle Williams (singer)
The Michelle Williams celebrity doll portrays her as herself as a member of the group Destiny’s Child. The doll was made by Mattel in 2005 as a set of three dolls comprised of the band members Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams. Two versions of the Destiny’s Child dolls were produced by Mattel; this Charm Bracelet and Commemorative Poster set from 2005 in evening gowns and an earlier one in 2001 in their turquoise Grammy Award show replica outfits. After the group disbanded in 2006, Williams went on to solo success and an acting career on Broadway and television. The group has occasionally collaborated and have performed together a handful of times, most recently at the Coachella concert headliner in 2018.
From the box:
One of the best selling and most popular female groups ever, Destiny’s Child has sold over 40 million records worldwide. Made up of Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams, Destiny’s Child is ultra-successful—earning numerous awards and accolades as well as popular acclaim. From their beginnings in Houston, Texas in 1990 to the release of their mega-hit “Say My Name,” and the success of their latest album, Destiny Fulfilled, Destiny’s Child continues to set new standards and breathe new fire into the worlds of contemporary pop and R&B music.
The doll has long eyelashes, a turquoise and silver floor length gown, silver plastic high heeled dress sandals. Dress is removable with snap closures.
The Michelle doll comes with a commemorative poster and a child sized silver toned keepsake charm bracelet with a turquoise banded silver charm. Clear stand with a black base are also included.
Doll’s neck moves side to side and tilts slightly, hips and shoulders are articulated.
The Celebrity Doll Museum™ has all three of the deluxe Destiny’s Child Mattel dolls: Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.
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