Yes, yes, YES! The incredible trio reunited at the 30th annual Stellar Awards in Las Vegas on March 28. Click to WATCH their perfect performance now!
It’s been two long years since Destiny’s Child graced us with their presence at the 2013 Super Bowl. Beyonce, 33, Michelle Williams, 34, and Kelly Rowland, 34, granted our wish of a reunion at the Stellar Awards in Las Vegas on March 28. The girls performed a hot rendition of Michelle’s song “Say Yes” at the gospel awards that we will treasure forever.
Destiny’s Child Reunion: Perform ‘Say Yes’ At Stellar Awards
Michelle started off singing “Alpha & Omega” facing the audience, while Beyonce and Kelly faced the other direction. When Beyonce and Kelly turned around and everyone realized this was a full-on Destiny’s Child reunion, the crowd erupted in applause.
As expected, the girls of Destiny’s Child harmonized beautifully. The slowed-down tune showed off their impressive vocals. But Destiny’s Child wasn’t done yet!
They transitioned into Michelle’s song “Say Yes!” The girls had the crowd on their feet jamming to the beat. The trio each got their chance to belt it out on stage during the performance. (Click to watch another view of the performance here.)
This reunion is seriously a dream come true. Bow down to Destiny’s Child!
Two of music’s most popular ladies coming together for a collaboration? Yes, please! HollywoodLife.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY whether or not Taylor Swift and Beyonce have something big planned for fans in the near future.
“Taylor would kill to do a duet with Beyonce — that would be a dream come true. It’s not something she’s asked Beyonce yet, since she’s still way too much of a fan girl when she’s around her,” a source revealed to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “But she’s told friends that it’s something that she would love to do, and it’s on her bucket list for sure.”
This needs to happen NOW! Beyonce and T-Swift together would be incredible.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Destiny’s Child should make another album? Do you want them to reunite for good? Let us know!
— Avery Thompson