Michelle Williams says she likes to think she can please everybody and "live in this utopia that doesn't exist." But during an interview with HuffPost Live's Marc Lamont Hill, the Destiny's Child star discussed the need to "get free" from that.
"Maybe I need to have a little more animal in me," Williams said.
While Williams chatted about her new single "If We Had Your Eyes," Hill asked her about the remarks Keyshia Cole made on Twitter about Williams' role in Beyonce's Super Bowl halftime show this February.
I think I was frightened to blink for a sec. Then Michell sung and woke my ass up from my daze! She always fuckN the groove up
— Keyshia Cole Gibson (@KeyshiaCole) February 4, 2013
Williams was hesitant to discuss Cole's insult, but she did say she hopes for resolution in any conflict in her life.
"I don't like indifference. I like to get to understandings, I'll say that," she said. "Just with anything, I like to get clarity. 'If I offended you, I'm sorry.' Or just, 'Hey, what happened?' I want to have those moments with anybody that feels a certain way."
Perhaps the conflict will find resolution soon, as Williams said during a radio interview that she hopes to talk with Cole in person about her comments.
Catch the full interview with Michelle Williams at HuffPost Live HERE: