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Destiny’s Child Reunites At Beyoncé 'Renaissance' Movie Premiere In Los Angeles

Say their name, say their name! Former members of Destiny's Child reunites at Beyoncé 'Renaissance' movie premiere on November 25. There was no picture of the band members all together, but they all shared their love for each other on social media to celebrate Beyoncé's success.

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Say their name, say their name! Former members of Destiny's Child reunites at Beyoncé 'Renaissance' moviepremiere on November 25.
Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, LaTavia Roberson, and LeToya Luckett were all at the Los Angeles premiere on Sunday to support their friend as she recorded her amazing Renaissance World Tour.
There was no picture of the band members all together, but they all shared their love for each other on social media to celebrate Beyoncé's success.

Destiny's Child Reunites At Beyoncé 'Renaissance' Movie

Beyoncé wearing a silver dress
Beyoncé wearing a silver dress
Renaissance: A Movie on Saturday At the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Los Angeles for the opening of By Beyoncé, there were a lot of famous people, including four of Beyoncé's former Destiny's Child bandmates.
On Saturday, the Los Angeles premiere of Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé had a special event with a chrome carpet. Donatella Versace, Kris Jenner, Gabrielle Union, Halle Bailey, Lori Harvey, Natalia Bryant, Issa Rae, Tyler Perry, Tina Knowles, and Matthew Knowles were among the famous people who came.
But all eyes were on Beyoncé's former bandmates from Destiny's Child. Four of her five former bandmates - trio members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, as well as LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson, who both left the R&B group in 2000 attended the star-studded premiere of her tour documentary Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé in Beverly Hills on November 25. (Farrah Franklin wasn't there because she was in Destiny's Child for a few months in 2000.)
The Grammy Award-winning girl group started in Houston in the early 1990s under the name Girl's Tyme and broke up in 2006. Six women were in the group at that time and in different years: Farrah Franklin, Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, LaTavia Roberson, and LeToya Luckett. The last and most popular version of the group was made up of Beyoncé, Rowland, and Williams.
Fans were shocked and happy when they saw Luckett and Robertson at Beyoncé's Renaissance show in Houston in September. The opening of the documentary shows the members getting back together backstage for a hug.
There have been rumors about the women getting back together for years, and they were sparked again when the band's official social media profiles updated their header pictures to 2021.
In April, Rowland told Entertainment Tonightthat they would never "play with anybody" about getting back together.
We love everybody so much that we wouldn’t toy with it, but I do think that... you would deserve a surprise. I feel like everything is just so planned so we see it before it happens and we see the process right after it happens.- Kelly Rowland
It’s just a lot, like, we deserve spontaneity, we desire to be surprised and I would hope Destiny’s Child would be a pleasant surprise.”- Kelly Rowland
Beyoncé was captured showing off a bold new look that she got from Versace, even though she didn't walk the carpet. The mother of three looked like her favorite alien hero with her icy blonde hair that went perfectly with her silver dress.
The 42-year-old singer, whose hair is usually honey blonde, was in character in a floor-length dress with a silver chest plate and arms that went to just below her shoulders. Queen Bey also wore silver Tiffany & Co. earrings with pink to purple sapphires and diamonds.
While Bey's husband, JAY-Z, and their children, Blue Ivy, 11, and twins Rumi and Sir, 6, were at the event, they were not pictured.

Final Words

People who used to be in Destiny's Child walked the red carpet at Beyoncé's "Renaissance" movie opening. The much-anticipated event took place on Saturday at the Samuel Goldwyn Theatre in Beverly Hills, California, which is owned by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
At the opening in Los Angeles on Saturday, Williams, Roberson, Luckett, Rowland, and finally Beyoncé herself showed up.
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