Kelly Rowland Is Itching for a Destiny's Child Reunion

Kelly Rowland Is Itching for a Destiny's Child Reunion

The BET reality star believes in the power of three.

Published March 21st

With every recent photo of the former Destiny's Child members together causing some sort of hysteria, is it really a question whether or not anyone misses the multi-platinum recording group?

Not likely, but at least we now know that they miss it, too.

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While on a promo tour to support her upcoming reality show Chasing Destiny on BET, the second lead vocalist of the group opened up at this year's SXSW about the importance of girl groups and missing bandmates Michelle Williams and Beyoncé.

“It’s what we’re used to right now. And like I said, there’s nothing wrong with it. But I think it’s time for another generation to see women coming together. I think it’s time for another generation to see camaraderie. I think it’s time for another generation to hear voices together. To hear the power of it, how exciting it is. How it’s a force on stage. That is something that is missed. Hell, I miss it.”

We do too.

Speaking candidly, the new mommy also spilled the tea on why she believes DC3 ruled the game for as long as they did.

“Confidence. They better be able to sing their butts off — and these girls can sing their faces off. And work ethic. I think the difference between Destiny’s Child and anyone else, we just outworked everybody," she explained.

Hoping to provide clarity, she also touched on the rumors surrounding Bey's alleged beef with bad gal RiRi.

“They are two women who support each other," she stated. “The rest of the world starts the rivalry. They are very secure women.”

Chasing Destiny is set to premiere on BET on April 5. Check out an exclusive clip from the show below.

BET.com is your No. 1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music.

(Photo: Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for BET)

Written by George Chapman, Jr.

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