17/04/2015 11:05 BST | Updated 17/06/2015 06:12 BST

Destiny's Child Are Back! Group To Release 10-Year Anniversary Album

Destiny's Child are set to reunite for a 10-year reunion tour and reunion album. Whoop. Well, kind of. Here's the slight caveat...

LAS VEGAS, NV - MARCH 28: Singers Michelle Williams, Kelly Rowland and Beyonce performing "Say Yes" during the 30th Annual Stellar Awards at the Orleans Arena on March 28, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada.Say Yes is a song by Michelle Williams, taken from her fourth studio album Journey to Freedom (2014). The song and video feature Kelly Rowland and BeyoncÈ. (Photo by Erik Umphery/Getty Images for Parkwood Entertainment)

Beyoncé, Michelle Williams, and Kelly Rowland will join forces for the tour and album, but won't be calling themselves Destiny's Child.

Why? Well, speaking to the Daily Mail, a source said, "Although Destiny's Child is made up of the three ladies, Beyoncé's father and former manager Mathew Knowles owns one-fourth of the group as well. Anytime they do anything under the name Destiny's Child, he has involvement in it and money from it."

And, apparently, none of the ladies want any involvement with Bey's dad, as the singer no longer has a relationship with him following fallouts over money and his extra-marital affairs before his divorce from her mum, Tina Knowles.

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The 2005 Destiny Fulfilled tour grossed a whopping $70.8 million (around £50m) in the US alone, and the ladies are keen to make a 10-year album work.

Excitingly, the ladies - who first formed the band in 1998 - gave everyone a taster of the reunion when they got together on stage at the Stellar Gospel Awards in Las Vegas last weekend. It was the first time the trio had performed together since the halftime show at the 2013 Super Bowl.

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NEW ORLEANS, LA - FEBRUARY 03: Kelly Rowland, Beyonce and Michelle Williams perform during the Pepsi Super Bowl XLVII Halftime Show at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on February 3, 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Bey and Kelly surprised the 9,000-strong crowd by joining Michelle on stage and performing hits like 'Alpha & Omega'.

The group - who sold more than 60 million records before their split in 2005 - were also then introduced by their names, rather than as Destiny's Child. But we don't mind what you call it, the girls are coming back!

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