Discussion in 'Comeback corner' started by Sabrina, Feb 2, 2007.
I thought it was Michelle too.
Mel B took part in the UK and Spanish versions.
Also, could all the talk about "the greatest" be a nod to?:
Yeah, that sounds like her. And her body language is similar.
I was about to say the same thing till I watched the video above and that's definitely Michelle her tone is very distinct.
Put some respect on Tenitra's name.
If we could get legend Michelle to work with some amazing UK producers after she wins masked singer and release another killer non Jesus record please and thank you.
Someone tag MNEK and co
But let's not act as if Say Yes isn't some kind of behemoth of a bop, though!
We Break the Dawn too
Just re-release this:
She might be inhibited by the mask, but that sounds just like Michelle. And she might be purposely manipulating her tone to avoid detection.
I was in Target yesterday and Bootylicious was playing. The first chorus seemed off and it look me until the second go-round that it was the Love:Destiny version playing. Hello, 2001!
I just peeped this mix on youtube. How weird is that chorus switch up?
They needed to clean it up to appeal to the evangelicals, maybe?
This going semi viral on Twitter got me missing them . I need a comeback album/tour
It was just a promotional “exclusive” mix for Target.
What always annoyed me was that it wasn’t actually the version from the commercial:
See there, the intro and the entire chorus was revised.
The “Love:Destiny” version has the original version’s intro, and the only other changes are Changing the final line of each chorus to “love you, love me, come on love Destiny!” and censoring Michelle saying “booty”.
Never knew about this!
It bothers me that they are switching between "Des-Stan-y" and "destiny" so willy nilly.
"Des-stan-y's Child" could be a tribute band...
It was indeed Michelle after all.
Joan Collins sitting down, slow-clapping completely unfazed not knowing who Michelle or Destiny's Child are is sending me.
My boyfriend at every concert
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