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The music industry is ever-evolving and there’s certainly more than enough room for every genre of music to reign supreme, even if only for a little while.

One type of music in particular that has seemed to stand the test of time is Gospel music. In the face of everything from sex scandals to messy publicized divorces and even domestic violence, Gospel artists have proven that they can stand strong and weather the storm just as well as their mainstream music counterparts.

But, in a genre that is known for priding itself on the message in the music rather than the image of the person delivering it, are they losing their faithful following by going toe-to-toe with their secular music peers with things like reality shows, revealing interviews, and radio tours?

Destiny’s Child group member and Gospel music artist Michelle Williams treads the fine line between gospel and secular music, proving that she can hold her own on stage with her divalicious group members just as easily as she can belt out her new single “If We Had Your Eyes” to an audience full of God-fearing church goers. Most recently, Michelle even opened up about feeling like she needed Botox at one point.

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article courtesy of Bossip.com

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