It is happening! Beyonce is reportedly reuniting with Destiny's Child at Coachella 2018

Coachella 2018 might be the best one so far as it is reported that Beyonce is reuniting with Destiny's Child

                            It is happening! Beyonce is reportedly reuniting with Destiny's Child at Coachella 2018
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For a long time, there have been talks about Beyoncé reuniting with Destiny's Child for a performance during Coachella 2018 and it seems like it is finally happening! “Beyoncé and Destiny’s Child are reuniting,” a source told Page Six. “It was teased, rumored, squashed, so nothing much else was said . . . But it’s happening.”

Destiny's Child is set to perform at Coachella (Photo by Newsmakers/Getty Images)

According to the source, Beyoncé wanted to surprise her fans with something in order to make up for not being able to perform at the Coachella last year as she was pregnant. “The girls really wanted it and felt they owed it to the fans," the fan added. Rumors about the girls performing together started surfacing last year and when fans had little hope that it may be happening, Kelly Rowland threw everyone's hopes and wishes out of the window. 

Talking to People in December, Kelly made it clear that the girls were not coming back for a performance. “I have no idea about any of that,” she confessed. In fact, she was curious to know why people suddenly thought that there was going to be a reunion and decided to approach some of the fans to get clarity on things. 

Beyonce will be making up for not being able to perform last time (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)

“I just asked a fan about that. They were like because it’s just cool. They used the L word and said legends,” she shared. “I mean, I gladly accept that very much but it’s nothing that we recently talked about.” The last time the members of Destiny's Child came together was in February 2013 when Kelly and Michelle Williams took part in the Super Bowl halftime show with Beyoncé.

The band has sold over sixty million records worldwide to date. In the early 2000s, the band became a hit with their singles such as Independent Women, Survivor and Bootylicious. It is believed that the original band members  LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Robertson will also be part of this reunion. In December when the news about Beyoncé being the headliner for the event came out, LaTavia tweeted: ''I have so much to tell you guys! All I'm allowed to say right now is.. never mind."

Beyoncé is set to perform April 14th and 21st. The Formation singer will be joined by two others headliners, The Weeknd and Eminem. People are excited to see Beyoncé back on the Coachella stage, especially after her hiatus when she was pregnant with her twins, Rumi and Sir Carter. We will have to wait until the last minute to know if this is true!