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Destiny’s Child stars reunite for new song, video

Destiny’s Child stars reunite for new song, video

BACK TOGETHER, AGAIN:Beyonceé center, Kelly Rowland, right, and Michelle Williams, left, of Destiny's Child, perform during the halftime show of the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens, Feb. 3, 2013, in New Orleans. Photo: Associated Press/Patrick Semansky

The members of Destiny’s Child have reunited for Michelle Williams’ new video.

Williams recorded new track “Say Yes!” with Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland last month, and now the trio has regrouped for the accompanying promo.

At first it appears the threesome shot their scenes separately, but the former bandmates’ reunion comes together as the ladies dance with one another at a party.

Williams says, “We had so much fun. Sometimes the director or production assistants had to say, like, ‘OK, girls, bring it back home. Bring it back together’. When we were together, we go back to how we were when we were younger, just always laughing and talking about things. It’s been a great moment.”

The track will appear on Williams’ upcoming third solo album, “Journey to Freedom.”

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