Destiny's Child's Michelle Williams let fans in on her check-in with two of her former bandmates, Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland. The trio had a fourth guest in their midst as they discussed pressing issues about life.
Three members of the girl group Destiny's Child got together for a casual check-in, albeit via a group chat. Michelle Williams shared audio excerpts from the chat on Instagram, which has since left fans in a frenzy.
The trio discussed everything from mental health to Williams' new book, "Checking In." They even touched on her penchant for holding back from the other two during their days in the band.
Kelly Rowland at the 5th Annual Beautycon Festival in Los Angeles, California, 2017. | Photo: Getty Images
Rowland stressed the importance of humility in friendship, admitting the greatest gift she ever received from Destiny's Child was friendship. She described the girl group as her safe space, a notion Beyoncé and Williams also agreed with.
The second audio clip featured a cover photo of Beyoncé, Williams, Rowland, and her baby son huddled in a kitchen. The singer-turned-author included the caption, "checking in group chat," as the trio discussed the importance of checking in. Williams gushed:
"How often were we saying, 'Hey, just checking in.' We've been saying that for a long time… and I think the pandemic has made it have to be intentional."
The clip sent fans into an almost emotional feat as they reminisced memories of the iconic girl band. Essence reposted the audio clip's cover photo on their official Instagram account, attracting more reactions from fans.
Despite their split, the members of the former girl band have remained the best of friends.
A fan's comment on a new picture featuring a Destiny’s Child reunion between Kelly Rowland, Beyoncé and Michelle Williams.| Photo: Instagram/michellewilliams
One fan admitted the cover pic appeared to be a throwback at first glance as the trio didn't seem to have aged. A second complimented their natural beauty while another dwelt on the love and support between the three women decades after the band separated.
Destiny's Child notably gave the world some of the best albums and music performances of the 90s. Combined with their eye-popping fashion, Beyoncé, Rowland, and Williams easily became goddesses of the music realm for years.
A fan's comment on a Destiny’s Child reunion photo featuring Kelly Rowland, Beyoncé and Michelle Williams. | Photo: Instagram/michellewilliams
Sadly, the group broke off in 2005, shattering several hearts along the line. Its members have since moved on with their lives, taking different paths.
Despite their split, the members of the former girl band have remained the best of friends. They even collaborated during Beyoncé's "Coachella" performance in 2018.
In 2017, LeToya Luckett, one of the original Destiny's Child members, reflected on her time on the band during an interview. She revealed they were all babies at the time and had to do some growing up to finally understand what relationships entailed.
However, she was content knowing none of them joined the group with hopes of going solo, as they were simply four girls who wanted to sing.
Life happened eventually, leading them through different avenues. Notwithstanding, the foundation of their friendship remains solid as they remain each other's support system while sustaining their respective families.