Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett all attended the L.A. premiere of their former bandmate's concert film on Saturday
Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett were all in attendance at Sunday’s premiere in Los Angeles to support their friend as she documented the feat that was her show-stopping Renaissance World Tour.
Though the members of the musical group were not photographed all together, they each took to social media to celebrate Beyoncé’s achievements — and share their love for each other.
Rowland, 42, shared several solo shots of her silver sequin gown and wrote on Instagram of the movie, “The Renaissance film is NOT TO BE MISSED PERIOD! Truly inspired! #im so proud of you BB!”
Roberson, 42 — who founded the group in 1990 along with Rowland, Beyoncé and Luckett — also shared her love for the film and its star on Instagram, writing, “Tonight was amazing congratulations Bey 💋.”
Luckett, 42, joined in, too, as she shared some of her own solo shots and praised the incredible work ethic and talent Beyoncé showcased in the film. “@beyonce put her heart into this movie. I danced, sang, cried & laughed in that theater the same way I did at the show. This woman is AMAZING,” Luckett wrote. “It is a true honor to witness & be a part of her beautiful journey. Love ALWAYS, LeToya ❤️.”
Beyoncé’s mom, Tina Knowles, commented on all three of her daughter’s friends’ posts as she raved that Rowland looked “so gorgeous,” Luckett looked “beautiful” and said of Roberson’s solo shots, “Yesss!!”
Knowles, 69, also shared her own post to highlight the former Destiny’s Child stars’ stunning looks as she raved of the group, “How gorgeous are all of these ladies beautiful souls also❤️❤️❤️.”
“Beyonce’s new film is awesome, it is amazing. I’m trying to find an adjective that is appropriate,” Williams, 44, said in the selfie-style video. “Every time she shows the world something, she just continues to show a new level of how hard she works and still balances her personal life, being a wife, mother, sister, friend, a daughter… She does it all.”
She continued, “She does everything with so much excellence, does not take no for an answer – especially when she knows it could be done. I will never forget hearing her say, ‘If I had a dream about it, that means it could happen.’ She’s literally like, ‘If I dreamed it, I want to see my dream in reality.’ ”
In a comment on Williams’ video, Roberson revealed that she regretfully didn’t see her former bandmate at the event. “I wish I could’ve seen you everyone was sitting everywhere 😍😍😍😍.”
The only member of Destiny's Child who did not attend the film’s premiere was Farrah Franklin, who joined the group after Roberson and Luckett left, only to quit after a few months.
The reunion of the beloved ‘90s girl group in L.A. on Saturday comes after the fivesome previously reunited during Beyoncé’s hometown show in Houston in September.
The get together at NRG Stadium quickly circulated online once fans at the show spotted Rowland, Williams, Roberson and Luckett in attendance, and when a trailer for Beyoncé’s Renaissance concert film came out during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade last week, a shot of all the girls together backstage was spotted.
About 40 seconds into the two-minute trailer, a black-and-white video shows Beyoncé hugging Roberson, while Rowland embraces Luckett next to her. Williams stood in the middle of the two hugs, watching her longtime friends embrace.
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