Nearly three years ago, Destiny's Child reunited for a memorable halftime show during the 2013 Super Bowl, and now, fans are wondering if the girl group will soon reunite for another possible performance or musical collaboration.
During a new interivew, Kelly Rowland said that while she and her former bandmates, including Beyonce Knowles and Michelle Williams, don't have any immediate plans to reunite, the idea isn't exactly off the table for the future.
"I don't know," Rowland admitted to OK! Magazine on Friday. "Everybody’s working on different projects right now."
"Michelle [Williams] has her 'Believe Home' line which she’s working on now which is amazing, I’m working on a new record, and have this collaboration with Seagram's, and of course chasing the other things I’m working on. And B is working on new things. [But] everybody is just super supportive, it’s awesome," Rowland explained.
In addition to working as the new face of Seagram's, Rowland has just landed an upcoming series on BET, Chasing Destiny, which will focus on the creation of a female singing group, much like Destiny's Child.
"For me, whether it was for TV or not, I was going to do a documentary just about the whole process and the evolution of girls groups. And when I when I spoke to [BET's President of Programming] Steven Hill about it, he was onboard," Rowland said. "He completely understood— he completely saw my vision and agreed with me that is was something that we haven’t seen in a long time."