Destiny’s Child might reunite when Beyonce performs at Coachella


Beyonce is set to headline Coachella next year, and she could be reuniting with  members of both the original and final lineups of Destiny’s Child while she’s at it. At least, the BeyHive thinks so.

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Vogue reported that Beyonce’s fans began speculating about the reunion with founding members LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett and the latest member of the final lineup, Michelle Williams, based on social media posts by each.

In October, Luckett posted a throwback photo of the group on Instagram. 

Mood ❤️#Tbt

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In early December, Roberson tweeted, “I have so much to tell you guys! All I’m allowed to say right now is... never mind.”

Williams shared a photo of her outfit from her surprise appearance at Beyonce’s 2016 Super Bowl performance on her Instagram story in Dec. At that show, Williams and fellow Destiny’s Child member Kelly Rowland reunited with Beyonce.

And this week, Beyonce shared a series of photos on her official site, one of which shows her wearing an AC/DC T-shirt with her hair covering the letters “AC,” leaving only the letters “DC” visible.

Rowland, for her part, hasn’t appeared to tease any such reunion. 

Assuming these posts, which are months apart, are indicative of a DC reunion may be a stretch, but it’s fun to speculate.

Fans can see if their theory holds up when Beyonce headlines the music festival in April.


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