- (Photograph: Twitter/LaTavia Roberson)
LaTavia Roberson, 32-year-old Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter formerly of the group Destiny's Child, is speaking about how God brought her a new opportunity in the form of "R&B Divas: Atlanta."
"The opportunity came to me so organically. There were so many green lights," Roberson told S2S Magazine of her new TV One reality television show. "I just felt like it was a God thing. It just felt right for me."
Despite some of the tensions that have been previously showcased on the show, Roberson said she has been developing close relationships and is ready for the fame.
"I've been there before, and I love the fans and all of that and at the end of the day, it feels good to be working again," Roberson said. "I embrace that fame with open arms."
The singer previously told S2S magazine about other things that she has in the works, including penning a book.
"I've heard things about me and I've heard rumors about myself. I do not mind being someone who will open up my life to any fans that I have about where I've really been," she told S2S magazine recently. "I'd rather they get it from the horse's mouth."
However, the singer who used to be in a group with Beyonce Knowles and Kelly Rowland said she will not shy away from speaking about her former situation with them.
"I'll definitely talk about my experiences in Destiny's Child and everything that happened in my life thereafter. I've been through some serious things," she told S2S magazine. "It's a testimony."
Although Roberson and former group member LeToya Luckett once filed a lawsuit against their former group, she has no ill feelings toward them. Last year she spoke about watching them perform at last year's Super Bowl halftime show.
"It was great to see them all performing together and I have no bitter or bad feelings toward any of those women. I wish them all the best," she told Celebuzz. "I am at a good place in my life and things always work out for a reason. I am working on several projects with both acting and music that are exciting to me."