In the age of reality TV, when women and men eagerly and excitedly put their business in the streets for ratings
and paychecks, viewers often see the onscreen drama carry over into their off screen lives.
Perhaps this is why comeback gospel singer Michelle Williams is reluctant to hop on the reality bandwagon.
On Tuesday, Jan. 21, when a Twitter follower asked, “You still goin [to]do that reality show?” Her hesitant reply
was, “Not sure…kinda nervous.”
EEW Magazine first reported in October of last year that the Destiny’s Child member was having second
thoughts about “My Sister’s Keeper,” an eOne Television-produced reality show featuring interactions with her
siblings—something that was first announced in February 2013.
“Well, you know, it was almost like an accident and…I think the announcement was a little premature actually. I
just want it to be right with me and my sisters,” she explained in an interview with The Jasmine Brand.
The petite singer continued, “Of course, you have to show conflict for ratings and drama, but I don’t want it to
turn into a train wreck. At the end of the day, I still have a life and a career to have after this and I just want it to
be right. I know that it will, but it’s just about the right network and the right time.”
Even with a great network and perfect timing, the very nature of reality TV mandates, as she stated, that drama
and tension be inserted to drive the plot. Unfortunately, attempts to infuse excitement typically backfire, leading
to physical fights, profanity-filled arguments, hurt feelings and public shock.
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