Destiny's Child Reunited Onstage At Stellar Awards

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If you aren't already a fan of gospel music, here's a reason to embrace it: Destiny's Child. Michelle Williams was nominated for four Stellar Awards for her album, Journey to Freedom, and the single "Say Yes," which featured her former bandmates, Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland. And at the show last night, in Las Vegas' Orleans Arena, all three ladies showed up unannounced to perform the track.

Williams won video of the year for the track, an upbeat, dance-y cover of a Nigerian song called, "When Jesus Says Yes." As much success as she's having on her own in the gospel genre, we're sure she isn't hurt by a little mainstream pickup with this collaboration. Even if that means Bey gets the middle spot on stage again. 

This is the first time the three songstresses have reunited live since the 2013 Super Bowl Halftime show. And while advance speculation about the appearance sparked buzz about a potential reunion tour, a rep for Bey quickly quashed those rumors. "There is absolutely no tour," the rep told Billboard. Darn!       
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