"If you've got a big booty, then it's OK," says Michelle, shrugging."Put on some pants and be confident."Another breezy track, one of the album's standouts, is the sassy, infectious "Apple Pie à la Mode," a juicy little number about, as Kelly puts it, "a dude who's just scrumptious." She reaches for another bag of chips."I t wasn't talking about relationships as much, like the last album." Thus, there is a song called "Story of Beauty," inspired by a fan's letter to Kelly, in which the fan wrote that she was molested by a stepfather."It's letting her know that it's not her fault, and she can go on with her life," says Michelle, throwing her leg casually over Kelly's.There are lighthearted tunes as well, such as "Happy Face," a sunny track about having a positive attitude, as well as the bouncing "Bootylicious," an ode to the joys of having a big ol' butt.
Any complications we've had in our ten-year period of time have made us closer and tighter and better."The, album, which was co-written and coproduced by Beyonce features for the first time, all three members singing lead on every song.
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he students of Millard North High School in Omaha, Nebraska, were trying hard to raise their hands in the air, but they were just a little overwhelmed. You won't hear that at the Smokin' Grooves Tour.
Now it is time to meet Destiny's Child, a group that has, in the last two years, weathered a dizzying series of ups (a slew of awards, the very top tier of fame) and downs – litigious ex-members, endless rumors ("Beyonce's going solo!
") – and endless whispers about Beyonce's dad, group manager Mathew Knowles, a man who is allegedly so controlling that if the Lord himself were in the band, Mr.