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Kelly Rowland Weighs In On Destiny's Child Reunion

Klaudia//August 2, 2012
While two new records from Destiny's Child might be on the horizon, it doesn't sound like we can expect a musical reunion from Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams anytime in the near future. At the unveiling of her special-edition TW Steel watches in New York on Tuesday night, Rowland dismissed any reports of the trio reuniting, saying the only thing the three currently do as a group is hang out. "We have a good time together and I think that's the most important thing," she told MTV News. "We don't want to scratch each other's eyes out; we love each other too much." Although the return of Destiny's Child might not be imminent, that won't stop the release of two compilations featuring previously unreleased material from the group. In an interview with the Huffington Post, B's dad, Mathew Knowles, revealed that two catalog records will be released via his Music World Entertainment label sometime in November. In addition to the new tunes, the group's former manager also spoke to the possibility of a DC3 reunion tour, stressing that it would only occur after the second release drops and if it fit with each of the stars' respective careers. Nonetheless, Rowland's sole focus for the group is "sistership." "If something that we would want to do, you know, but in the meantime we're just enjoying each other's friendship," Rowland said. "That's the greatest gift of Destiny's Child."

New Destiny's Child Albums On The Way

Klaudia//July 7, 2012
It's been quite some time since we last heard from Destiny's Child — and no, we're not talking about Beyoncé and Jay-Z's daughter, Blue Ivy, but instead the pop&B power trio that consisted of Bey, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams. Almost a decade after their last full-length studio effort, Destiny Fulfilled, Mathew Knowles — DC's longtime ringleader — has revealed that previously unreleased material from the group will appear on two compilation releases via his Music World Entertainment label partnership with Sony. "We still have our joint venture with Sony, and in November, we're putting out two Destiny's Child catalog records with new material," Knowles told The Huffington Post when asked about his label's upcoming plans. Beyond the new tunes, the group's back-in-the-day manager also spoke about the possibility of a DC3 reunion tour, emphasizing that a trek wouldn't occur until the second release drops and if it fits in with each of the stars' respective solo careers. "It takes a year of planning to do these tours, but first it starts with the artist wanting to do it. And I think the ladies are still working happily in their solo careers," he explained, adding, "And I hope in the next five years that there is a reunion tour. I think it would be incredible." What would be harder than getting Beyoncé, Kelly and Michelle to simultaneously devote time to a Destiny's Child tour? Well, according to Mathew, that wouldn't be the biggest challenge. "The hardest thing would be choosing which songs they're going to do, because we would want to mix it up with solo hits and Destiny's Child hits. We would have to throw away some #1's from off the set list," Knowles said. But until Destiny's Child decide it's time to relive the glory days, fans will have to sit back and enjoy each of the women's continuous solo endeavors. With Beyoncé inching her way back into the spotlight after the birth of her first child, Kelly appears to be the busiest out of the threesome, with a mentoring gig on Australian reality series "Everybody Dance Now" alongside Jason DerĂĽlo and a brand-new musical chapter with the release of her Lil Wayne-assisted single "Ice." As for Michelle, the diva is currently venturing into the fashion industry and will be designing a clothing line in partnership with African brand Koshie O.

Beyonce's Boyz II Men Sample On 'Countdown' Is 'Clever' Band Says

Klaudia//September 22, 2011
When Beyoncé dropped 4 earlier this year, she paid homage to her roots by sampling Boyz II Men. The singer used the countdown portion of their track "Uhh Ahh" on her I'm-so-in-love party track "Countdown." The song is all about the rapture of true love, with Beyoncé happily declaring her devotion to that special man in her life. So were the guys happy about her decision to include them on the album? "I thought it was very clever," Wanya Morris told MTV News earlier this week when he stopped by to chat about the latest Boyz II Men album, Twenty. "She's a clever artist. She's one of the best in the business right now. I guess you can say we finally got our duet with Beyoncé." The guys are certainly having a moment this year, thanks to the sample and their work with Justin Bieber. They say that Beyoncé's decision to use their song on the lively track was pretty surprising, even though they have a bit of history with Queen B. "It wasn't something we expected, but we do have a bit of a relationship," Nathan Morris explained. "A lot of people don't really know that when they had Destiny's Child, the first time they went on tour they opened up for us for quite a long time. And we tried our best to look after them and make sure everything was good. And back then they were incredible." Even that long ago they knew Beyoncé stood out from the pack. "We all saw that she would wind up doing her thing," Morris added. "There is a connection, and at the end of the day we didn't know she would use that record. Game respects game, I guess you would call it."

Kelly Rowland talks about Beyonce

Klaudia//August 11, 2011
You still keep in touch with Beyonce and Michelle Williams. What are the chances of ever teaming up with them again for a Destiny’s Child reunion? Even just for one song or performance?
It hasn’t been brought up in any of our conversations, just the three of us when we’re together, I think it was last week… We didn’t really bring it up, we’re talking about each other’s projects and how excited we are and different things away from music. And it didn’t come up in conversation.

Were you hesitant to drop Here I Am so close to the release of Beyonce’s 4?
Not at all, me and my sister are two different artists, and we support each other above anything. Its the rest of the world that makes it a “thing.” We’re very supportive of one another and each other’s projects and we’re excited for one another.

What do you think of 4?
I love it. As a matter of act, she shot the video for one of my favorite songs, “Party”. I was on the set with her. We had so much fun!

Do you have a cameo in the video?
Yes I do! Just the way she directed this video, it was nothing short of genius. I’m just so proud of her, cause now she’s directing videos!

Kelly Rowland has not discussed Destiny's Child reunion with Beyonce

Klaudia//July 26, 2011
Kelly Rowland has said that Beyonce and Michelle Williams "never talk about" a Destiny's Child reunion. The trio, who were rumoured to be reuniting for Beyonce's Glastonbury performance have not sung together since 2006. Speaking to she said: "To be honest with you - myself, Michelle and B - we haven't talked about it. It has not come up in our conversations. We talk about everything else... But we haven't talked about that yet." The singer added: "What kind of angers me a bit is just the fact that Michelle is in Destiny's Child, too, and respect her and know that it's three of us - it's not two." Rowland added that relations between the three former bandmates were good. "It's just really great that we're all doing different things and we're all happy in our space," she said.

Rowland: 'Destiny's Child are not reuniting'

Klaudia//September 27, 2009
Kelly Rowland has reportedly dismissed allegations that Destiny's Child will be getting back together. The 28-year-old singer, who recently praised former bandmate Beyoncé for her "classy" move at the VMAs, has said that the trio are all too occupied with solo projects to form a Destiny's Child reunion. Rowland told The Mirror: "We're not getting back together, they're just rumours. "It seems people are thirsty for it to happen, but it's not on the books." She added: "Michelle is playing Roxie in Chicago, I'm working on my solo album and Beyoncé's got her own things going on."

Michelle Williams Denies Destiny's Child Reunion Rumor

Klaudia//September 2, 2009
Michelle Williams puts the brake on false rumor about her suggesting Destiny's Child's reunion project. "I NEVER SAID DC is getting back together. Just bcuz I said we love each other and are sisters....they took that quote ran with it! Sorry!," she tweeted. Report that Destiny's Child will reunite next year came one day before Michelle Williams' Twitter post. The speculation emerged after a source said, "They still have another album they owe their label Columbia Records on their contract." The rumor got persistent when Michelle came out with a statement declaring her love for the group's other personnel, Beyonce Knowles and Kelly Rowland. "We're sisters, we love each other and we want to work on the future of Destiny's Child," so she said.

Beyonce & Destiny's Child Reuniting?

Klaudia//September 1, 2009
Beyonce Knowles is reportedly going to reunite with her girl group Destiny's Child in 2010. The trio made up of Michelle Williams, 29, Beyonce, 27, and Kelly Rowland, 28, went their separate ways in 2005 to pursue their own solo careers but are now rumored to be getting back together according to Michelle, who spoke to British newspaper News of the World. "It definitely will happen. We're sisters, we love each other and we want to work on the future of Destiny's Child." According to an inside source the "Bootylicious" beauties are still under contract with Columbia records and they are still owe the record label a another album.