Destiny’s Child have reunited for a new video based on the viral trend #MannequinChallenge.
Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams have joined forces to pose as mannequins to Lauryn Hill’s ‘Every Ghetto, Every City’.
Rowland posted the clip, which you can watch below, on her Instagram page today (November 7).
It comes after fans started speculating that the trio could be set to reunite after the group recently launched a new Instagram account.
The R&B girl group formed in 1997 and sold around 60 million records before disbanding in 2006, making 2016 the 10-year anniversary of their split and 2017 the 20th anniversary of their formation.
However, Stereogum has since pointed out that the Instagram account is managed by Legacy Recordings, a Sony imprint responsible for retrospective releases.
Singers Rowland and Williams recently attended the Elle Women in Hollywood Awards together, where they were asked about a possible reunion. “We haven’t talked anything about that,” Rowland said.
She did, however, reveal that the pair had dinner with Beyoncé recently, adding: “We’ve just been enjoying each other’s company and love and enjoying being women.”
Destiny’s Child previously reformed for a performance at the 2013 Super Bowl halftime show and later reunited live in March, appearing together at the 2015 Stellar Gospel Music Awards.
Rumours have circulated in the past that the R&B trio may reunite after the group’s manager Mathew Knowles described himself as “hopeful” that they will reunite for a new album.
Meanwhile, former Destiny’s Child member LaTavia Roberson recently defended her contribution to the group on Twitter last month.
After Roberson thanked the group’s fans on behalf of herself and former bandmates Beyoncé and Rowland, some fans responded negatively by questioning her role in Destiny’s Child’s history.
Roberson co-founded the group with Beyoncé in 1990, and remained a member until after the release of their second album, ‘The Writing’s On The Wall’, in 1999.