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Beyonce heads up Destiny's Child reunion

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Destiny’s Child are together again - sort of.

So the matchy matchy outfits have gone, but Beyonce and Kelly Rowland reunited with Michelle Williams for her new single Say Yes.

The Say Yes video single

Michelle also recruited them to appear in the music video, which debuted on Tuesday morning on Good Morning America (scroll down to see the video).

Perhaps they felt sorry for her after #PoorMichelle - a compilation of all the times Michelle got the short straw- went viral?

Beyonce and Kelly both sing a verse in the song but let Michelle take the starring role.

Meanwhile Beyonce made sure her profile stayed sky high by posing for these steamy shots to promote her new fragrance, Beyonce Heat Wild Orchid.

In a revealing, feathered low cut black dress slashed to the leg, Beyonce, 32, shows off her svelte frame in the new imagery for the £24.99 scent.

The singer has been keeping a fairly low profile since the infamous lift scene which showed sister Solange attacking her husband Jay-Z, so the shots for the fragrance should have a powerful impact.

However it isn't all plain-sailing for the world's most famous woman. Reports suggest Bey and Jay, 44, have failed to sell out of their On The Run tour, the married hip-hop stars' first tour together, which kicks off in Miami next week.

Although a few of the 21 date venues have sold out there are still tickets for the first night next Wednesday and there are thousands of tickets left unsold across the run, with New Jersey and Atlanta failing to sell well and even seats still available for Bey's hometown gig in Houston.

But the pair have sold out a number of other venues across the country and three additional shows were added in the US along with two in Paris due to popular demand. And we personally cannot wait for them to reach our shores.

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