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Destiny’s Child Unites for Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” Film Premiere

The star-studded event, held at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills on Saturday (November 25), saw the attendance of Beyoncé’s former bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams. Notably, LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson, who departed from the group in 2000, also graced the premiere, marking a significant gathering of the original lineup.

Beyoncé, ahead of the film’s worldwide cinema release on December 1, unveiled the latest trailer last week. In the midst of the buzz, Kelly Rowland took to Instagram on Sunday (November 26) to express her enthusiasm, emphasizing, “The Renaissance film is NOT TO BE MISSED PERIOD! Truly inspired! I’m so proud of you BB!”

Michelle Williams echoed the sentiment, describing the concert film as “awesome” and “amazing” in a video message posted on Instagram. She marveled at Beyoncé’s ability to consistently elevate her work and personal life, juggling various roles with unparalleled excellence. Williams reminisced about Beyoncé’s unwavering determination, recalling her saying, “If I had a dream about it, that means it can happen,” showcasing the star’s relentless belief in turning dreams into reality.

LeToya Luckett, in her own social media post, commended Beyoncé’s dedication to the film, affirming that the artist had poured her heart into the production. She encouraged fans to support the film, praising its ability to capture Beyoncé’s multifaceted artistry, her roles as a loving wife and mother, director, visionary, and undeniable icon. Luckett went as far as likening Beyoncé to an athlete after witnessing the film, underscoring the honor of being part of the superstar’s extraordinary journey.

Notably, Beyoncé made a grand entrance into the theater just before the screening, accompanied by her husband Jay-Z and daughters Blue Ivy and Rumi, adding a familial touch to the already momentous occasion. The global anticipation for ‘Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé’ continues to build, with a London premiere scheduled for Thursday (November 30), promising another chapter in the unfolding saga of Beyoncé’s artistic brilliance.

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