TMZ: Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland reach out to Michelle to help her through depression
Former bandmates Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams reunited after one of them went public with her mental health struggles.
The trio, who shot to fame as part of Destiny's Child, came together after Michelle, 38, checked herself into a Los Angeles facility and remained there for several days, as reported by TMZ.
Beyonce and Kelly visited their former bandmate and assured her of their support to her recovery.
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On Instagram, Michelle expressed her gratitude to all the people who supported her.
"Thank you all so much for every message of love and support sent! My family, friends and fiance have been awesome!" she wrote under a photo of herself holding her head.
She also expressed her support to helping raise awareness on mental health.
"I had no plans of what I was I was going through being public but now that it is I have made an even bigger commitment to the mental health awareness area," she wrote.
She continued: "So many people are suffering, hurting, hopeless, lost and don't see a way out but there is. Depression sucks, but my faith in God and my commitment to doing the work to stay well is my way out!"
Beyonce and Kelly sent Michelle words of encouragement and support. They assured her they were there to help if Michelle needed anything.
Michelle rose to prominence in the 2000s as a member of Destiny's Child.
Selling over 60 million records, the R&B group is one of the best-selling groups of all time.
As a solo artist, Michelle released three albums: Heart to Yours (2002), Do You Know (2004), and Unexpected (2008).
Aside from singing, the We Break the Dawn singer also found success in acting. She gained a nomination for "Best Lead Female - Equity" in 2008 at the 18th Annual NAACP Theatre Awards as a Broadway and West End theatre actress.