December 14, 2017

Is Beyoncé’s AC/DC Shirt Hinting at a Destiny’s Child Reunion?

If you’re excited about the Spice Girls coming back, here’s one more group that might reunite in 2018: Destiny’s Child.

That’s right, fans are speculating a comeback after some of the original members (Beyoncé, Michelle Williams, LeToya Luckett, and LaTavia Robertson) posted hints on social media. Although there’s no indication of where they’ll perform again, one netizen pointed out that it we might see them at next year’s Coachella.

As you can see in the tweet, there’s a photo of Beyoncé wearing an AC/DC shirt. This can be an indirect sign of a Coachella performance since AC/DC also made their comeback in the festival back in 2015. Michelle also posted a photo of her outfit from Super Bowl 2016, which was also the last time Destiny’s Child performed together. Meanwhile, LeToya and LaTavia hinted at something special happening in the future.

If you remember, Beyoncé was supposed to headline Coachella this year, but had to cancel due to her pregnancy. But she’s slated to perform next year, and may be bringing her Destiny’s Child sisters too.

There’s no statement or confirmation yet, but we’re counting on the BeyHive to gather more clues. Are you ready to hear songs like “Bootylicious” and “Survivor” live again?

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