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NBCUpfronts_MichelleWilliams2Michelle Williams is doing it all.

Don’t call it a comeback! This is definitely Michelle’s year to show people what she’s got. She has a new single, “Say Yes,” from her upcoming album titled, Journey to Freedom. The track features her former R&B girl group members, Kelly Rowland and Beyonce’ Knowles, with whom Michelle was truly happy to reunite.

“I am so excited. It’s one of my favorite songs on my album, and it’s with my sisters,” she told People.

But wait… There’s more!

Not only does Michelle have an album coming out, but she is also filming her new reality show on Oxygen TV. She will be filming the new reality show, “Fix My Choir,” alongside gospel recording artist and star of “Preachers of L.A.,” Deitrick Haddon.

Michelle believes that doing this show was one of the best decisions she has made. She loves encouraging and working with others. According to Michelle, working with Deitrick has been a fun experience.

“We’re having so much fun to the point that the producers have to come out and say, ‘Wrap it up!’ We have a blast,” said Michelle who is dipping her toe into the reality TV pool without really being submerged.

“It’s a lot of work,” she told about the reality TV hustle.

“I’m not mad at people who are getting paid a million bucks per episode,” said Michelle who thinks reality stars do not get enough credit because it’s not as easy as people think. “I’m not mad at the Kardashians or ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’ or not of them. There’s a bunch of cameras following you around and it’s hard.”

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