Destiny's Child surprised the world and reunited at the the 30th Annual Stellar Awards in Las Vegas on Saturday night.
The performance started with Alpha & Omega before moving on to Michelle Williams gospel song Say Yes, and their harmonies are even better than we remembered them being!
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Kelly Rowland and Michelle previously joined Beyoncé for her 2013 Super Bowl performance, and that's the last time we've seen them all on stage together.
However, there is some bad news. Bey's rep said there's "no truth to the rumor of a Destiny's Child reunion tour."
So, until we convince them that a tour needs to happen, you can just see the ladies perform (below), and you can see the real deal when the show airs on Easter Sunday on TV One.
Beyoncé has a secret…
Well, she has about 100 secrets actually…
Queen Bey's collaborator/producer The-Dream dropped a bit of a bombshell: Beyoncé has "a hundred" unreleased songs!
The-Dream was musing about Bey's fourth studio album, titled 4, and the specific single End of Time, and how they were going for a vibe similar to musician Fela Kuti and the Broadway musical Fela inspired. The-Dream said:
Serena Williams 'aint messin' around!
We thought Beyoncé mastered the home-style music video when she released 7/11 from her hotel room, but we think she may have just been one-upped.
That's because Tennis' star player took some time off from training to film her own video with a GoPro!
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It's always fun to see athletes letting their goofy sides out, and Serena is no exception.
But we can't decide which part is our favorite: Serena's Cookie Monster onesie, or the music stopping to let that old man walk by.
We just really hope this leads to Venus making a Bootylicious video.
Ch-ch-check out Serena Williams' true calling (below)!!!
We love to marvel at Bradley Cooper on the big screen, but now he's stepping BEHIND the camera as a director!
The American Sniper star is in talks to make his directorial debut with a remake of the musical A Star Is Born!
This would mark the third remake of the 1937 movie that followed an alcoholic movie star who helps an aspiring young actress find fame.
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The 1954 retelling starred Judy Garland and James Mason. The second 1976 remake starred