There Was a Destiny’s Child Reunion at Kelly Rowland’s Movie Premiere

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In a dazzling display of star power, Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams recently transformed the premiere of Tyler Perry’s Netflix movie, Mea Culpa, into an unexpected Destiny’s Child reunion. The trio united to support Rowland, who not only produced but also starred in the film, at the Paris Theatre in New York on February 15, creating a memorable night filled with glamour and camaraderie.

Beyoncé’s Western Glam

Queen Bey made a stunning entrance in a black-and-white ensemble with a touch of Western flair. Her attire included a black fur coat, a mesmerizing swirl print Balmain minidress with a hood, spiky-heeled cowboy-boot-inspired mules, sporty sunglasses, and a sleek Balmain briefcase. Accompanying her were rapper husband Jay-Z and her mother, Tina Knowles, enhancing the already star-studded affair.

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Michelle Williams graced the red carpet in a custom Anthony Lattimore look featuring a striking chili-pepper hue and long, statement sleeves. Williams celebrated Rowland’s “leading lady” moment, emphasizing how Rowland has been passionately “manifesting” this accomplishment. The singer conveyed her excitement, sharing that Rowland’s love for acting, a long-discussed passion, was finally being shown to the world.

Mariah Carey Joins the Glam

Surprisingly, the star-studded affair didn’t end there. Mariah Carey, another icon in the music industry, also made a notable appearance at the premiere, adding grandeur to the event. Rowland herself donned an Area check-print coat, a nude-peach leotard with a matching tie, fishnet tights, and translucent brown pumps.

With Mariah, Destiny’s Child, and Jay-Z converging in one place, the New York premiere became an unforgettable celebration of talent, friendship, and the enduring bond of Destiny’s Child. The event showcased Rowland’s success as a producer and actress and emphasized the continued support and admiration among these powerhouse artists.