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Shortly after graduating, she pursued a degree in criminal justice at Illinois State University, doubtful of her ability to make a career as a professional singer.
However, after two years of college, she left to pursue a music career, as a backing vocalist for other artists such as Monica.
After settling on this final lineup, the trio recorded "Independent Women Part I", which appeared on the soundtrack to the 2000 film Charlie's Angels.
It became their best-charting single yet, topping the official US singles chart for eleven consecutive weeks; the success cemented the new lineup and skyrocketed them to fame.
Williams is currently starring as Sally Bowles in Broadway's actress, 34, gushed via Instagram, along with a snapshot of the pair.
"You need to go see Cabaret if you're in New York because MY BEST FRIEND KILLED IT." Williams previously dated actor Jason Segel, 34, for nearly a year before their split in February 2013.
After Destiny's Child's disbanded in 2006, Williams released her first pop album, Unexpected (2008), which spawned the internationally charting single "We Break the Dawn" and the US Dance number-one "The Greatest".
Her fourth studio album, Journey to Freedom (2014), received positive reviews and became her highest-charting album in the US; preceded by lead single "If We Had Your Eyes" which reached the US Adult R&B top 20 and the Soul Train-nominated "Say Yes", which charted internationally and topped the US Hot Gospel Songs chart for seven weeks.
It debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 with sales of 663,000 copies.As sources told Us, distance was ultimately to blame. And it's amazing, and it's the ultimate creative act," Williams said.(Williams and Matilda, her 8-year-old daughter with her late ex Heath Ledger, reside in Brooklyn. Also in 2002, Billboard, named her the fifth Top Gospel Artist of the year and she received a MOBO Award for "Best Gospel Act".Following this she released Do You Know (2004) which gained her a nomination for "Best Gospel Act" at the 2004 MOBO Awards.