Destiny's Child reunite for Kelly Rowland's 35th birthday party
Destiny's Child have reunited to celebrate Kelly Rowland's birthday on Saturday night.
Kelly, can you handle this? Michelle, can you handle this? Beyonce, can you handle this?
We could barely handle our excitement when Beyonce and Michelle joined former bandmate Kelly to celebrate her 35th birthy at the Sunset Tower Hotel in West Hollywood.
The three superstars posed for a black and white photo, complete with gang signs, which Kelly uploaded to her Instagram.
In another post, Rowland mimicked Beyonce's provocative Formation video pose, holding her middle fingers up to the camera.
Beyonce's mother Tina was also there and posed with the birthday girl in a black and white snap.
The party took place a night after Kelly joined Beyonce and Jay Z at a The-Dream concert in West Hollywood.
It's almost hard to believe that before Beyonce was, Queen Bey, she was one-third of the girl group Destiny's Child with Kelly and Michelle, which gained fame in the late '90s for singles like Bills, Bills, Bills, Jumpin' Jumpin', Survivor, and Booylicious.
Despite no longer working together, the three are still good friends and regularly make appearances together.
They teamed up to perform during the 2013 Super Bowl half-time show, and performed together again at the 2015 Stellar Awards.
However, they've been quick to kill rumours of a Destiny's Child reunion.
"It hasn’t been something that we’ve talked about at all," Kelly said last year.
"We’ve just been enjoying each other, whether it’s been about our music, whether it’s been about motherhood or our personal lives. That’s what it’s really been about. That’s been the most beautiful part."
Oh, well - at least these casual reunions keep happening.
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