This Ex-Destiny's Child Member Wants In On The Next Reunion

OAKLAND CA - SEPTEMBER 3:  (from left to right) Singers Kelly Rowland, Beyonce Knowles and Michelle Williams of Destiny's Child perform part of the bands "Destiny Fulfilled... And Lovin' it Tour" at the Oakland Arena on September 3, 2005 in Oakland California. (Photo by Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)

This Ex-Destiny's Child Member Wants In On The Next Reunion

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Published April 21, 2018

Though an entire week has passed since Beyoncé's electrifying week one Coachella set, her name has not left the public's lips. In fact, one of the standout moments from the unapologetically pro-Black performance was the Destiny's Child — DC3 — reunion that sent viewers into a frenzy.

While Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams joined Bey on stage for a three — and a half, technically —  song set, proving they've all still got it, one of the group's former members couldn't help but want to be included in the moment upon watching, herself.

The former group member who is begging for Beyoncé to hit her line is Farrah Franklin, who was in the iconic girl group for six months.

LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 23:  Kelly Rowland, Farrah Franklin, Beyonce Knowles and Michelle Williams of Destiny's Child pose as they arrive before The 42nd Annual GRAMMY Awards on February 23, 2000 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Ron Davis/Getty Images)
(Photo: Ron Davis/Getty Images)

Speaking with TMZ, she stressed that she is 100 percent down to be a part of the next reunion among the ladies if Queen Bey will have her.

Despite the terms in which she left the group, which went on to become the best selling girl group of all time, Franklin holds no ill will against any of her former band mates. In fact, she claims she was thrilled to see them kill it on stage in Coachella Valley.

She added that while she was not expecting to be invited to partake in the performance, she is hopeful that 'Yoncé will put together a more expansive reunion in the future.

Watch Farrah Franklin dish on the ladies' performance and what she's up to, today, below:

Written by Moriba Cummings

(Photo: Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)


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