Destiny's Child to make comeback
Beyonce has revealed that Destiny's Child are making a comeback.
The 31-year-old star announced on her website that the Survivor singers would be releasing new music together after a long hiatus.
She wrote: "I am so proud to announce the first original Destiny's Child music in eight years! - Beyonce."
The album is called Love Songs and is a compilation, but features a new track called Nuclear. The song was produced by Pharrell Williams and is the trio's first new recording since 2004.
A picture of the black and white album cover shows Beyonce and her bandmates Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland, all wearing hats and heavy eye-make up as they stare into the camera.
Fans of the chart-topping group - famed for hits including Bootylicious, Say My Name and Bills, Bills, Bills - will have to wait until the end of the month to hear the new song.
The group released their last studio album, Destiny Fulfilled, in 2004 and since then all three have been working on solo projects, while Beyonce has also become a mum to daughter Blue Ivy.
Meanwhile, Beyonce has also revealed that she will be working with Justin Timberlake for her next solo album.
The Grammy-winning songstress, who will perform at Super Bowl in New Orleans during the Pepsi NFL Halftime Show on February 3, has already recorded around 50 songs for her fifth as-yet-untitled record.
"I've been working with Pharrell (Williams) and Timbaland and Justin Timberlake and Dream," she told US GQ. "We all started in the 90s, when RnB was the most important genre, and we all kind of want that back: the feeling that music gave us."