Beyonce's Renaissance movie premiere reunites Destiny's Child

The celebrity chapter of the Beyhive has a reason to convene over Thanksgiving weekend: Renaissance: Beyoncé's film has its world premiere in Los Angeles on Saturday, November 25th. As expected, stars threw their weight behind Beyoncé, including four members of defunct (but still iconic) girl group Destiny's Child.

Although Destiny's Child broke up in 2006, the trio of Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams remain close. They've been there for each other in big moments over the years, so it wasn't a surprise to see Rowland and Williams attending the Renaissance premiere. But they weren't the only ones: Founding members LaToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson were also in attendance. The only former member of Destiny's Child who is absent is Farrah Franklin, who briefly joined the group in 2000.

The women were joined at the event by a host of other celebrities. Singers including Lizzo, Andra Day, Janelle Monáe, Normani, Halle and Chloe Bailey were on hand, as were actors Bianca Lawson, Gabrielle Union, Issa Rae, Laverne Cox, Lupita Nyong'o, Tia Mowery and Tyler Perry. Director Ava DuVernay, Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Kris Jenner, models Lori Harvey and Winnie Harlow and TV personality Tan Tan France was also present.

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DC's Renaissance Review

Beyoncé's former castmates were not only on hand to support her, but also posted their praise on social media for her film premiere. Rowland shared several photos of herself wearing a cone bra on Instagram, adding a caption saying how much she loved the movie. "Renaissance films not to be missed! Truly inspired!" she wrote. "#ImproudofyouBB!"

Williams later posted a video of herself that she filmed while cozying up in bed after the event. "Beyoncé's new movie... is amazing," she said in part. "It's awesome. I'm struggling to find the right adjective. She continues to show new levels of hard work every time she puts something out to the world. ... She does everything extremely well."

Williams also wrote in the caption that she needed a week to collect her thoughts. "Not enough words!!" she pointed out, because "there are so many gems...that need processing!!"

Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams and Beyoncé Knowles, 2005 Mathew Imaging/FilmMagic/Getty Images

Meanwhile, Robertson had a short and sweet thought. "Tonight was amazing, congratulations Bey," she wrote.

Independent women...together?

As with every Destiny's Child reunion, the Renaissance reunion left fans hoping for more from the group — and they took to the comments section to let the women know it. "We need @beyonce to dream up a Destiny's Child reunion!" one fan told Williams. Another netizen wrote in response to Robertson: "Get ready for DC5 photos, EP and tour announcements..." I'm sure you will be on the revamped Destiny's Child website! "

Fans have been clamoring for new music from Destiny's Child for years. Rowland and Williams memorably ignited the fire when they attended Beyoncé's 2013 Super Bowl halftime show, and they reignited it again when she headlined the 2018 Coachella Music Festival. Although this has not happened yet, we will never stop hoping.

"Renaissance: The Beyoncé Movie" will be released on December 1.