Nostalgia hit hard when the Spice Girls announced their reunion tour earlier this year, and it seems it may have inspired Beyoncé to take a trip down memory lane as well.
Rumors are circulating that Queen Bey is ready to reunite with Destiny’s Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams for a world tour in 2020, marking two decades since they emerged 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,” a source states. “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.”
All three singers have led successful solo careers since Destiny’s Child parted ways in 2006. They last toured together in 2005 and have made a handful of surprise performances in the years since including a stint at Coachella and at Superbowl XLVII during Beyoncé’s headlining shows.
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More About Destiny's Child:
Destiny’s Child rose to become one of the most popular and influential female R&B groups of the late 1990s, achieving global success despite a series of personnel changes and publicized feuds. Originally known as Girl’s Tyme, Destiny’s Child was formed in 1990, including original members Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland, La Tavia Roberson, and LeToya Luckett (among others). Following years of limited success, the band was finally signed in 1997.
Destiny’s Child made their mainstream breakthrough with the release of their best-selling second album The Writing’s On the Wall (1999). The album housed several number one singles including “Bills, Bills, Bills” and “Say My Name.” Despite becoming a global success, the group was plagued by legal troubles and internal conflict resulting in Roberson and Luckett parting ways with the group. Michelle Williams was brought on board in 2000, forming their final and best-known lineup of Knowles, Rowland, and Williams. The trio would go on to release two more wildly successful albums (and a Christmas album) including Survivor (2001) and Destiny Fulfilled (2004) before splitting up in 2006.
Destiny’s Child has sold more than 60 million records worldwide. They have been ranked by Billboard magazine as one the of the greatest musical trios of all time, and the ninth most successful artist/band of the 2000s. The group has been nominated for a total of 14 Grammy Awards, winning twice for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals and once for Best R&B Song.