Destiny’s Child Reportedly Reuniting In 2020 | Music News
Beyoncé could be reuniting with her Destiny’s Child bandmates for a world tour, according to reports.
While Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams have all had successful solo careers since Destiny’s Child split in 2006, Beyoncé is reportedly keen to replicate the success of the Spice Girls’ reunion tour.
“Beyoncé has been desperate to get the girls back together with her in the studio”, an insider told The Sun.
“She can’t think of a better time than 2020, when they will be marking two decades as one of the world’s biggest all-female groups”.
“She saw the success of the Spice Girls tour and wants to replicate that — but far bigger and better”.
“Beyoncé has been meeting with Kelly and Michelle and discussing what they can do. It’s early days but they want to record new music and put it out alongside some of their biggest hits”.
The source added that the group are allegedly hoping to schedule dates in Europe, including the UK.
The group started as a four-piece in the 90s, and their first hit was “No, No, No”, produced by Wyclef Jean, which helped their self-titled debut album achieve platinum status.
Their 1999 album The Writing’s On the Wall turned them into global stars, with hit singles “Bills, Bills, Bills”, “Bug a Boo”, “Say My Name” and “Jumpin’ Jumpin'”.
Michelle Williams and Farrah Franklin joined Destiny’s Child in 2000, replacing LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson, though Franklin quit shortly after, leaving the group as a trio.
Destiny’s Child last toured in 2005 but reunited for Beyoncé’s headline show at Coachella in April 2018, while Williams and Rowland appeared at the Lion King premiere to support Beyoncé in July.
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