The singer attended Elle’s Women in Music event earlier this week and was quizzed about another reunion with her bandmates Beyoncé Knowles and Michelle Williams. Although the trio are currently busy with their own work schedules, Kelly refused to rule out another session in the recording studio.
“It’s not a no,” she smiled to New York Daily News’ Confidenti@l column. “We are very happy doing solo projects.
Destiny’s Child took to the stage at the half-time show during the Super Bowl earlier this year. They thrilled the crowd by performing a medley of their greatest hits, including Bootylicious.
The band also released an album of their best known hits called Love Songs, which also included a new track, Nuclear.
Kelly was thrilled to perform again with Michelle and Beyoncé and insists the stars will always be there to support one another.
“It’s a beautiful thing. We’re celebrating the fact that we’re different women now with different things happening and going on for ourselves,” she smiled. “Michelle’s putting out a new album I’m so excited for her about. I’m putting out a new album June 4 and Beyoncé’s about to go on tour and she’s gonna kill it. So you know, we’re there in spirit with each other or sometimes physically, but we’re always together.”
Kelly is extremely proud of her new song You Changed, which features Beyoncé and Michelle. She is hoping her fans will be equally impressed with her latest material.
“I’ve got Beyoncé, Michelle, and worked with Pharrell and Dream. I am so blessed. I’m the luckiest girl in the world right now. I’m so excited about this album and I can’t wait for everybody out there to hear it,” she beamed.
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