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Destiny’s Child Members Reunite for First-Ever Group Photo, Excluding Former Member



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Destiny’s Child, the iconic girl group that experienced a line-up change at the turn of the century, made waves as all five original members shared their first photograph together. The group, initially a quartet with Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, LeToya Luckett, and LaTavia Roberson, underwent changes in 2000, resulting in the most successful line-up with Michelle Williams replacing Luckett and Farrah Franklin. On Wednesday (January 3), Luckett shared the historic photo, capturing the essence of their reunion at Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour show in Houston, Texas.

The photo, however, did not include Farrah Franklin, who spent a brief five months with the group and recorded only one song. In her caption, Luckett expressed the joy of the reunion, deeming it her favorite moment of 2023. She extended well-wishes for everyone to experience similar beautiful moments in 2024, emphasizing the importance of love, joy, prayer, and healing in the homecoming.

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The post garnered love and support from friends, fans, and collaborators, including Bun B, Slim Thug, Trae Tha Truth, Tank, and drummer Thaddeus Dixon. Michelle Williams joined the conversation, echoing the sentiment of divine intervention with the words, “What God cannot do doesn’t exist!!”

Fans, overwhelmed by the reunion, expressed disbelief and hope for a complete reunion, with some anticipating new music. Despite the joyous surprise featured in Beyoncé’s Renaissance concert film, fans yearn for a formal Destiny’s Child reunion. Mathew Knowles, Destiny’s Child’s manager and Beyoncé’s father, expressed interest in a reunion during an interview in May, emphasizing that the decision lies with the ladies. He expressed hope for a final album, acknowledging the unpredictability of the entertainment industry.

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The last time Destiny’s Child members performed together was at Beyoncé’s 2018 Coachella set, which included Williams and Rowland but not the complete original line-up. The recent reunion photo, excluding Franklin, has stirred excitement among fans, leaving many hopeful for future collaborations.

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