Kelly Rowland,31, joined her former girl group members, Beyonce and Michelle Williams on stage during the Super Bowl Pepsi half time show for a gigantic Destiny’s Child reunion that wowed the crowd.
We were so excited to see the trio together again during Beyonce’s Super Bowl XLVII halftime show, sponsored by Pepsi, on Feb. 3 in New Orleans at the Super Dome. Queen Bey stole the spotlight in a custom-made leather get-up — and she wasn’t the only gal on stage that wowed the crowd in a sexy leather look!
It may have been the worst kept secret in Hollywood, but now it’s official — Destiny’s Child is back! Beyonce, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams will reunite on stage during the Super Bowl halftime show sponsored by Pepsi on Feb. 3.
Beyoncé isn’t one to forget where she comes from. And as we near Super Bowl Sunday on Feb. 13, the “Single Ladies” singer says she’s “excited” to reunite with her old group, Destiny’s Child, to perform at this year’s Super Bowl halftime show.
Who knew that January of 2013 would be the month of Destiny’s Child? Just one day after the announcement that the fabulous trio — Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams — were reuniting to release a compilation album entitled Love Songs at the end of the month, the disc’s lone new track, “Nuclear,” made its way online on Jan. 11!
When we first heard that Destiny’s Child is reuniting for a “new” album — Love Songs only actually contains one new song, titled “Nuclear” — we speculated that Kelly Rowland and non-Dawson’s Creek Michelle Williams might be joining Beyoncé on stage Feb. 3 for her Super Bowl XLVII halftime show performance. Now, a report from Us Weekly claims the ladies will in fact come together on the big stage to perform several of their greatest hits!
Destiny is being fulfilled… again! Beyoncé took to her official website Jan. 10 to announce that Destiny’s Child — the legendary R&B trio made up of Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and non-Dawson’s Creek Michelle Williams — is getting back together for another round. “I am so proud to announced the first original Destiny’s Child music in eight years,” Beyoncé wrote, along with a HUGE picture of the art for the group’s upcoming album Love Songs.
You’re not the only one who thought Beyonce’s bump-revealing performance was the best of the night at the MTV VMAs on Aug. 28 — her best friend and former Destiny Child‘s band mate Kelly Rowland agrees! She revealed to HollyBaby.com that Beyonce and Jay-Z planned the big baby reveal and even know the sex of their future child!