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Beyoncé reunites with Destiny’s Child in Costa Rica for Kelly Rowland’s wedding

October 18, 2014

It looks like Tim Witherspoon, manager of former Destiny’s Child star Kelly Rowland, is about to put a ring on it. Rowland and Witherspoon seem ready to say “I do” in Costa Rica this weekend, and the rest of the Destiny’s Child crew will be on hand for the ceremony.

The Immigration Administration confirmed to the daily La Nación that Beyoncé Knowles is back in Costa Rica, along with Rowland and Michelle Williams, the third member of the multiplatinum-certified “Bootylicious” group. The R&B trio arrived at Daniel Oduber international airport in Liberia, Guanacaste on Thursday, the newspaper reported.

No word yet on whether Beyoncé’s husband, rap mogul Jay-Z, will attend.

Queen Bey visited Costa Rica last time in November on vacation with Jay-Z and their daughter, Blue Ivy. The first family of hip-hop and R & B visited Arenal Volcano and the beach in Guanacaste.

Destiny’s Child made five albums between 1998 and 2004, winning two Grammy awards for the R&B hits “Say My Name” and “Survivor.” Beyoncé, Rowland and Williams comprised the most recognized line-up of the girl group, but the trio announced an end to Destiny’s Child in 2005 while touring for their final studio album, appropriately titled, “Destiny Fulfilled.”

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