Beyoncé reunites Destiny’s Child after 12 years of disbandment
American singer Beyoncé made a special performance on the Coachella stage in Indio, California on the night of April 14. The night atmosphere became hotter than ever when the 36-year-old star invited two special guests.
Accordingly, the "Queen Bee" has a reunion with two former Destiny's Child members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams. The legendary trio appeared on stage with the excitement of the audience. This is a rare reunion after 12 years of their disbandment. It's also the first time they have appeared together since the Stellar Gospel Music Awards in 2015.
This is a rare reunion after 12 years of their disbandment.
On the great stage of the Coachella concert, Destiny's Child sang such hits as Independent Women, Say My Name, Lose My Breath, ... together. The music lovers were extremely excited, continuously calling the band’s name.
After the performance, the mother of three felt touched, saying: "Kelly and Michelle, thank you for being with me, I love you all."
"MY GIRLS!!!! Tonight couldn’t have been more magical!!! ❤️ #Coachella2018 #BeyChella ????: @ravieb," Michelle wrote on Instagram. Meanwhile, Kelly Rowland happily shared photos of Destiny's Child posing like angels with exciting commentary on Instagram.
Beyoncé’s husband and their three children also attended the festival. Jay-Z also joined his wife on stage for a performance of their 2012 song Deja Vu, while Solange later came on stage to dance with her elder sister.
Coachella is the music festival most anticipated by the America young people. In addition to Beyoncé, this year's festival also featured other celebrities such as Eminem, The Weeknd, etc. At Coachella 2017, Beyoncé was honored as the star of the festival.
The Texan singer had been due to play Coachella last year, but was forced to pull out after becoming pregnant with twins Rumi and Sir.
Rumors that Destiny's Child would reform for this year's festival have been circulating for months. But band member Kelly Rowland had dismissed them, telling People magazine in December: "I have no idea about any of that."
Rumors that Destiny's Child would reform for this year's festival have been circulating for months.
Founded in 1997 in Texas, the group was originally called Girl's Tyme, which included Knowles, Rowland, LaTavia Roberson and Letoya Luckett. In 2000, the group announced their disbandment and was renamed Destiny's Child, which included the three members Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.
Destiny's Child then gained much success with their second studio album, The Writing on the Wall, which included two hit singles, Bills, Bills, Bills and Say My Name.
They announced their disbandment in 2006, and all of them pursued solo careers. Beyoncé is the most successful and now the most influential female singer in contemporary music.
By: Christina Baker