The Destiny’s Child reunion we didn’t see on Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour

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The history of music in the 90s was marked by bands and girl bands. One of them, Destiny’s Child, became one of the most important on the international music scene as they sold more than 60 million records and won three Grammy Awards before the group said goodbye definitively at the beginning of the 21st century ( 2006) after a change of formation.

Since then, millions of fans around the world have dreamed of a return of the legendary group and rumors periodically refer to this desire. But while we wait and an almost impossible mission becomes a reality, we have been able to discover that the backstage of the Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour Yes, that reunion occurred.

Because there is nothing better than being able to see Queen B in concert at home. And her show in Houston (Texas) managed to bring together the 5 singers who went through Destiny’s Child: Letoya Luckett, Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams and LaTavia Roberson.

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With all the attitude in the world and aware of what that image could have meant in the middle of the artist’s tour, the publication has been delayed until 2024, who knows if as a prelude to something. Of course, the response has been as expected. “I would kill everyone present to return to the stage,” said one of the most humorous comments with greater interactions.

“✨ALL LOVE✨ This was without a doubt my favorite moment of 2023 ❤️ •Love •Joy •Prayer •Healing. May we all experience beautiful moments like this in 2024 @beyonce @kellyrowland @iamlatavia @michellewilliams All CHILDren” published Letoya Luckett.

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Destiny’s Child has not released new studio material for 20 years, but soon that counter could be reset to 0 if the rumors that an album and a tour by the girl band would be on the way are confirmed.

The group began as a duo in 1990 under the name Girls Tyme. It was composed of Beyoncé Knowles and LaTavia Roberson, and they were participants in the Finding a Star contest. They were finalists but did not win, and it was there that Matthew Knowles, Beyoncé’s father, decided to leave his job to fight to make his daughter a star. Her goddaughter, Kelly Rowland, moved to the Knowles home in 1992, and she ended up being the third member of Girls Tyme, which ended with LeToya Luckett, whom Beyoncé met at school. It was Beyoncé’s mother who suggested the change in the quartet’s name, inspired by the Bible.

Although Destiny’s Child’s debut album occurred in 1998 with their self-titled album, it was in 1999 when the band was left with the final lineup (Luckett and Roberson left and Michelle Williams entered) that would release three more studio albums and that It would break up de facto in 2006 when its members began to focus on their solo careers.


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