Destiny's Child Reunites for a Gospel Performance
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Destiny’s Child Reunites for a Gospel Performance

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Saturday night marked the 30th Annual Stellar Awards. Gospel music’s brightest stars, like Erica Campbell and Deitrick Haddon, united to celebrate the occasion and their faith through song and live performances.

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Every year, the event showcases arguably entertainment’s cream of the crop talent and artists across multiple genres take to the Stellar stage and belt out gospel classics and hits. This year, reuniting with their gospel roots was Kelly Rowland and Beyonce. The two Destiny’s Child members accompanied their band mate Michelle Williams to perform her spirited number “Say Yes” off of her latest album, Journey to Freedom.

Williams, who’s released several gospel albums since the group separation, took to Instagram to share a warming pic of the three, along with a touching caption.

The night was an extra special one for the “Say Yes” singer, as the smash single also snagged her the Music Video of the Year award—her first Stellar win. The video, which featured Williams and her Destiny’s Child sisters, was equally popular across both secular and faith-based platforms.

In a more playful manner, Williams also used IG to reveal the win and mimicked Drake’s surprise album cover to show her enthusiasm.

The awards will air April 5 on TV One.

Catch a peek of the performance below.