After the group's manager, Mathew Knowles, said he was "hopeful" that popular R&B trio Destiny's Child would reunite for a new studio album, one third of the group, Kelly Rowland, quickly put those rumors to rest. The "Motivation" singer denied gossip of the group reconvening, saying that they haven't talked about a reunion "at all."
"It hasn't been something that we've talked about at all," Rowland told Us Weekly of the rumored reunion with Beyonce Knowles and Michelle Williams. "We've just been enjoying each other, whether it's been about our music, whether it's been about motherhood or our personal lives. That's what it's really been about. That's been the most beautiful part." She continued to explain that although they're content with their current lives, the answer isn't necessarily a "no" either.
"We absolutely are [family]," the 34-year-old singer, who will appear on Season 2 of Empire, added. "We love each other." Back in 2013 Williams revealed to E! News that it would take something "epic" for the three to unite once more. "I'm never going to say never, but it'll be a long time," said Williams.
Beyonce's father and the group's manager, Mathew Knowles, recently admitted that he was working on multiple Destiny's Child projects. "My second book will be the autobiography of Destiny's Child. I'm talking to the film and TV community right now, regarding a Destiny's Child movie or TV series of some sort," he explained to The Huffington Post.
Most recently, the trio teamed up for a March performance at the 30th Annual Stellar Awards in Las Vegas and of course, the memorable 2013 Super Bowl halftime show. Although the trio has gone their separate ways, they all remained faithful to music in the midst of branching out in new directions. Williams has taken to a different stage, appearing on Broadway numerous times while Rowland gave birth to her second son in November of 2014. Beyonce still tops the charts and recently commanded the stage at Jay Z's Tidal X gig in Brooklyn.