Destiny’s Child Stuns Fans with Surprise Reunion at Premiere of Beyoncé’s Renaissance Film

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On Saturday, November 25, Beyoncé held an intimate premiere for her new concert film, Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé, which was attended by the likes of Gabrielle Union, Lizzo, Janelle Monáe, Issa Rae and more. However, the best surprise came when four of the 42-year-old's former Destiny's Child bandmates showed up on the red chrome carpet for a surprise reunion.

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Michelle Williams, 44, Kelly Rowland, 42, LaTavia Roberson, 42, and LeToya Luckett, 42, all appeared at the event to show support for their musical friend.

In keeping with the theme of the concert film (and Beyoncé’s Renaissance album era), the quartet all wore black and chrome outfits to the premiere. Luckett sported a long-sleeve, black bodycon dress, while Williams donned a black bodysuit with a dramatic geometric frame and tulle skirt. Meanwhile, Rowland opted for a shiny silver spaghetti strap gown, while Roberson chose an asymmetrical black gown with a large cutout on the left side of her torso.

Beyoncé, who showed up a bit later, wore a silver chainmail gown custom-made by Versace, according to People.

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Farrah Franklin, 42, who was part of Destiny's Child for a few months back in 2000, was not in attendance. However, this is the first time we've seen five of the Destiny's Child members together in quite some time.

In the past few years, we've seen Rowland and Williams reunite with Queen Bey at Super Bowl XLVII and Beyoncé's 2018 Coachella set. The trio were the final formation of the group from 2000 all the way until their official disbandment in 2006. But this time around, it was nice to see Roberson and Luckett join the festivities too, as both were part of the original formation until they left the group in early 2000.

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