Fans React to Destiny’s Child Reunion Photo: ‘Now We Need a Tour’

LeToya Luckett shared a Destinys Child reunion photo. (Credit: Instagram)

Fans are saying their names and calling for a Destiny’s Child reunion tour.

LeToya Luckett brought a bit of nostalgia to social media on Wednesday, when she shared a picture of five members of the chart-topping group together again in a photo first.

The image showed Luckett with Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, LaTavia Roberson, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams — all striking a pose.

Luckett captioned the post: “All love. This was hands down my favorite moment of 2023. “The Love. The Joy. The Prayer. The Healing. May we all experience beautiful moments like this in 2024. All of the Chilren.”

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Fans filled the post with thousands of comments, and many said they’d like to see the women together onstage again.

“I need a whole CONCERT!! Please. We the people are Begging!!! My first concert was Destiny Child in Houston,” one person wrote.

“When’s the tour y’all?” someone else added.

“Now we need a tour!!!” another person commented.

“The 5-part harmony I hear in this pic?!?!” someone else shared.

“This is iconic!” another Instagram user wrote.

Luckett didn’t say where the photo was taken, but we do know the ladies all gathered on Nov. 25, 2023, at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills for the red carpet premiere of Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé.

At the time, the women posed separately, and no group photo was released. The only member of Destiny’s Child who did not attend the premiere was Farrah Franklin.

Initially called Girls’ Tyme, Destiny’s Child launched in Houston in the early 1990s with four members — Beyoncé, Kelly, LeToya, and LaTavia.

Managed by Mathew Knowles, they signed with Columbia Records and changed their name to Destiny’s Child. The R&B group released their self-titled first album in 1998, which included the singles “No, No, No” and “With Me.”

A year later, they received mainstream success with the release of their best-selling second album, The Writing’s on the Wall that featured the number-one singles “Bills, Bills, Bills” and “Say My Name.”

In 2000, Roberson and Luckett were replaced with Michelle and Farrah, who left a few months later. The remaining members continued as a trio.

Among the group’s other hits were “Jumpin’ Jumpin,” “Bootylicious,” “Independent Women,” and “Survivor.”

In 2002, Destiny’s Child announced a hiatus so the members could pursue solo careers. They reunited for the 2004 Destiny Fulfilled album and disbanded in 2006.

During their time together, the group released five studio albums — including a Christmas album. They sold over 40 millions records, received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and won two Grammy Awards, according to