Earlier this month, fans started speculating that a reunion was definitely happening due to a series of social media posts. As previously reported, the first clue was the fact that Queen Bey would be headlining the show and the second clue was when a twitter user, @DaKingKK, tweeted a collage (see picture below).
But, what really had fans shook was when LaTavia Roberson, one of Destiny's Child members, took to Twitter to share this message:
I have so much to tell you guys! All I'm allowed to say right now is.. never mind. — LaTavia Roberson (@IamLaTavia) December 5, 2017
On Sunday, Dec. 17, at the Baby2Baby Holiday Party in Beverly Hills, Kelly Rowland might have crushed those dreams of possibly seeing the girls together again. Rowland stated that she has no plans, as of yet, to reunite with her Destiny's Child band members.
"I have no idea about any of that," Rowland stated.
As the Bey Hive may know, Beyoncé is set to headline the music festival in April 2018, but after announcing her pregnancy in February, she decided to cancel her appearance.
Due to the excitement of a possible reunion, Rowland decided to reach out to a fan to see why they assumed the group would be reuniting.
"They used the L word and said legends. I gladly accept that very much but it's nothing that we recently talked about," Rowland continued.
What really kicked things into overdrive was when Michelle Williams teased her Super Bowl outfit with a bee emoji, but it all started when original group member LaToya Jackson shared a throwback photo back in October.
Although Rowland denied reunion rumors, music is still a part of her life.
"What I'm excited about [fans] most to hear is probably stories I've never told on this album, I haven't released a record in five years," Rowland said.
Despite Rowland's response to the reunion, fans are still hoping that their speculations are right.