Michelle Williams Talks Gospel Vs. Secular Criticism: ‘I Know That I’m In The Right Place’

Michelle Williams is best recognized for being one-third of the group Destiny's Child, but her roots are in gospel music. She has released inspirational singles and has collaborated with artists like Shirley Caesar, but some have a problem with her jumping up singing "Bootylicious" and then turning around later and singing songs like "Steal Away To Jesus."

Addressing those questions, about who she is and whether she is really "saved," Williams says "I know that I'm in the right place."

"I don't make it an issue. Everybody else does. You know, as a human your feelings are going to get hurt because you want people to know, like, what do I gotta do to prove to people that I'm saved?" Michelle questioned via Philadelphia's Praise 103.9. "Do I need to speak in tongues? Do I need to froth at the mouth? Saints of God, what do y'all need me to do?"

Even though she asked those questions, Michelle Williams believes that God has her right where he wants her.

"He places people in different parts (areas) for different reasons. We know he's coming back soon and I am doing my part to make sure that people know about him?"