When the Spice Girls did their reunion tour, it was magical. And now, we’re hoping that the magic continues with another famous girl group: Destiny’s Child.
Last year, Beyonce was a headliner at Coachella. And not only did put on quite the performance, but she also was accompanied by Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland.
It was the first time in many, many years since the trio had performed together as Destiny’s Child. Together, the three belted out some of their most popular hits like “Soldier,” “Say My Name,” and “Lose My Breath,” and had delighted fans twerking along to their famously iconic “Bootylicious.”
And now fans are on edge since it looks like the band might be getting back together again! Allegedly, they are planning a full-blown reunion – and yes, there is also supposed to be new music.
As reported by The Sun, Beyonce, Michelle, and Kelly are all in talks concerning the US and European Destiny’s Child tour next year in order to mark the 20 years since they became the Destiny’s Child that fans still love to this day.
A source said, “Beyonce has been desperate to get the girls back together with her in the studio and she can’t think of a better time than 2020 when they will be marking two decades 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.”
The inside source has spilled that Beyonce has been recently meeting with Michelle and Kelly in order to discuss what needs to happen in order to make this into a reality.
“It’s early days but they want to record new music and put it out alongside some of their biggest hits,” the source said.
The source also added, “Then they want to do a tour which will be short enough for them to fit it into their schedules, but big enough to make sure all their fans can make a date to see them. As well as going around the US they want to play dates in Europe, including the UK.”
Hopefully, it will happen. What would you guys think about a Destiny’s Child reunion tour? Would you go?