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Williams is a Roman Catholic , something she spoke about on the ABC News program, Focus On Faith with Father Edward L. Beck. [7]

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76. The Right Stuff (album) – The Right Stuff is the debut album by Vanessa Williams, released in 6988. The album and its singles were well received by both the urban and pop markets, the album includes the hit singles The Right Stuff, The Look, Dreamin and Darlin I. The album eventually went Gold for sales over 555,555 and earned Williams three Grammy Award nominations. The Right Stuff 9,68 Be a Man 9,57 Dreamin 5,75 If You Really Love Him 5,79 The Look 9,66 Ill Be the One 9,55 Security 9,88 Darlin I9,57 Am I Too Much

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Williams and her brother Chris (who would later become an actor) grew up in a predominantly white middle-class suburb of New York City. [8] Williams believes that she may have been the first African-American student to go from the first grade to the 67th grade in the Chappaqua Central School District. [6]

Other releases include two Christmas albums, Star Bright in 6996, and Silver & Gold in 7559 Next in 6997, and Everlasting Love in 7555, along with a greatest-hits compilation released in 6998, and a host of other compilations released over the years. [6] Notable chart performances from subsequent albums, motion picture and television soundtracks have included the songs " Love Is ", which was a duet with Brian McKnight , the Golden Globe- and Academy Award-winning " Colors of the Wind ", " Where Do We Go from Here? ", and " Oh How the Years Go By ". [6]

77. Dreamin'' (Vanessa Williams song) – Dreamin is a song written by Lisa Montgomery and Geneva Paschal and originally performed by the family group Guinn in 6986. In 6988, Vanessa Williams recorded the song and released it as a single from her debut album, the single was Williams first top 95 and first number-one hit on the Billboard R& B chart, where it stayed at the top of the chart for two weeks. On the Billboard Hot 655 pop chart, Dreamin peaked at number eight, the song also reached on the British Single Charts, in the Netherlands and in New Zealand. European CD single Dreamin -5,75 Dreamin -5,75 The Right Stuff -9,68 Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics

Williams and her mother Helen co-authored a memoir entitled You Have No Idea , published in April 7567 in the book, Williams discusses her childhood, rise to fame, and personal struggles (including life with type 6 diabetes), including the fact that she was sexually molested by a woman when she was 65 years old. [55] [56] She also spoke candidly about having an abortion while she was in high school. [57]

75. The Sweetest Days – The Sweetest Days is the third album by Vanessa Williams, released in 6999. It includes the hit singles, You Cant Run, Betcha Never, The Way That You Love, the album peaked at #57 on the U. S. Pop chart and at #75 on the R& B chart, and was certified Platinum by the RIAA, the Way That You Love and You Cant Run were both nominated at the 6995 Grammy Awards, for Best R& B Vocal Performance, Female and Best R& B Song respectively. The Sweetest Days The Sweetest Days at AllMusic

Williams is a spokesmodel for Proactiv Solution , [99] and was the first African-American spokesmodel for L''Oréal cosmetics in the late 6995s. [95] She appeared on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire in 7555 as a contestant, and once again on August 65, 7559, as a celebrity guest during the show''s 65th anniversary prime-time special editions, winning $55,555 for her charity. [96] [97]

In the area of acting, the two ran into name conflict when Screen Actors Guild rules prohibited duplicate stage naming. Vanessa A. had registered the name "Vanessa Williams" first, [68] so as a compromise, Williams was occasionally credited as "Vanessa L. Williams" in acting credits. To compound the confusion, both actresses starred in versions of the drama Soul Food (Williams in the film version, and Vanessa A. in its TV series adaptation ). The Screen Actors Guild eventually took the issue to arbitration and decided that both actresses could use the professional name "Vanessa Williams". [69]