In a star-studded affair at the premiere of Beyoncé’s tour documentary “Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé,” four out of five former Destiny’s Child members came together in Beverly Hills on November 25. Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, LeToya Luckett, and LaTavia Roberson, spanning across the group’s history, celebrated the 29-time Grammy winner’s cinematic journey.
Notably absent was Farrah Franklin, who had a brief stint in the group in 2000.
A Fashion Extravaganza: Echoing Beyoncé’s Glamour
Following the dazzling fashion showcased by the event’s guest of honor, Kelly Rowland made a striking entrance in a silver Jean Paul Gaultier cone bra corset dress with a mermaid skirt.
The singer not only paid homage to the fashion theme but also expressed her admiration for Beyoncé on Instagram, urging everyone not to miss the “Renaissance” film.
Michelle Williams and LeToya Luckett: Elegance in Black
Michelle Williams opted for a black, semi-sheer ruffled bodysuit-style gown designed by Project Runway All-Stars winner Bishme Cromartie. Meanwhile, LeToya Luckett donned a long-sleeve, black leather gown, exuding elegance.
Both artists took to social media to share their enthusiasm for the documentary and commend Beyoncé’s artistry.
Heartfelt Praise: Beyoncé’s Mom and Former Bandmates Shower Love
Beyoncé’s mom, Tina Knowles, commented on Kelly Rowland’s Instagram post, praising her beauty. Michelle Williams expressed her emotions after the event, acknowledging the film’s impact on her.
LeToya Luckett went above and beyond, describing Beyoncé as an “athlete” and urging support for the film, emphasizing its portrayal of Beyoncé as a loving wife, mom, director, visionary, and icon.
Mama Knowles’ Cheerleading: Support for LeToya and LaTavia
Tina Knowles didn’t hold back in showering support on LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson. She complimented LeToya’s beauty and encouraged her, while also cheering on LaTavia’s stunning appearance in a black, semi-nude Temraza gown.
The interplay of admiration and mutual respect among the Destiny’s Child alumnae and Tina Knowles added an extra layer of warmth to the event.
Generations Unite: Tina Knowles and Grandson Julez J. Smith Jr.
Adding a familial touch to the premiere, Tina Knowles was joined by her grandson, Julez J. Smith Jr., the 19-year-old son of Beyoncé’s sister, Solange.
This cross-generational presence highlighted the interconnectedness and support within Beyoncé’s close-knit circle, transcending the boundaries of fame and stardom.
The Destiny’s Child reunion at the documentary premiere not only celebrated Beyoncé’s monumental career but also showcased the enduring bonds and camaraderie among the former bandmates and their extended family.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn