LeToya Luckett Fuels Destiny’s Child Reunion Rumors With Epic Photo And Caption; Check It Out

BY Edwin Lamptey January 4, 2024 8:19 PM EDT
Photo Source: Instagram/@letoyaluckett

Beyoncé, as part of her Renaissance World Tour, reunited with the four members of the Destiny’s Child music group.

The Halo hitmaker linked up with LeToya Luckett, Michelle Williams, LaTavia Roberson, and Kelly Rowland, who were seen embracing as they attended the premier of the film in Los Angeles. 

As the five ladies posed in a loving, albeit silly way, the photographer captured the magical moment and LeToya went ahead to share it. According to her, their time together is, without a doubt, her favorite moment in the year 2023.

The photo stirred reactions online once it was posted by Le Toya, as fellow celebrities posted comments under it. Bun B exclaimed that the night the group came together was the biggest ever. Deborah Cox added that the picture was epic. 

The photo also tempted some fans to wonder if there is a reunion tour in the works. This came after four of the five members appeared on the Terrell Show late last year, and the group’s self-titled debut album turned 25. 

Rowland, however, shut down the hearsay in October last year. She explained to The Messenger that her head and her heart were focused on her solo projects and Beyoncé was getting ready for her movie after wrapping up with Renaissance. 

Rowland nonetheless went on to say that there is so much energy around the group at the moment, so they may be inclined to team up if there is a space for a collaborative project soon.

Recent reports show that fans have been pleading with the group to reunite one more time. 

Over 20 years later, original members Beyoncé, Kelly, LaToya, and LaTavia are on great terms, often snapping photos together whenever they run into each other at award shows, parties and concerts, including Beyoncé’s recent Renaissance Tour. 

 Farrah Franklin also joined the group alongside Bridge Queen Williams, but parted ways after only a few months, making a minimal contribution to their musical legacy.