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2 August 2012, 16:47
The former X Factor judge says the three members are happy just staying good friends for the time being.
Kelly Rowland has denied claims there is a Destiny's Child reunion planned for herself, Beyonce and Michelle Williams anytime in the near future.
The 'Down For Whatever' singer says that although the trio are still close, they have made no plans to reunite for a new tour or to record new material and are simply enjoying each other's friendship for the time being.
"We have a good time together and I think that's the most important thing," Kelly told MTV News this week, about reports of a potential reunion. "We don't want to scratch each other's eyes out, we love each other too much.
Kelly went on to say that they would never rule out reuniting for a special one-off tour, to celebrate their time with Destiny's Child, but says it is simply not on the cards right now.
"If [its] something that we would want to do, you know [we would], but in the meantime we're just enjoying each other's friendship," Kelly added. "That's the greatest gift of Destiny's Child."
Despite Kelly's denial of any plans involving a reunion, Beyonce's father Mathew Knowles recently confirmed the upcoming release of two new Destiny's Child compilations for November, and promised they will both feature previously unheard material from the three singers.
View a picture of Destiny's Child performing together in their heyday below (Credit: Getty):
Destiny's Child had a hugely successful pop career over the fifteen years they were together, with some of their biggest hits including 'Say My Name', 'Survivor' and 'Independent Woman Part 2'.
The band last performed together at the NBA All-Star game back in 2006 while their last album was 2004's 'Destiny Fulfilled'.
Former band front woman Beyonce is currently gearing up for her own return to the stage, after a recent teaser on her official website hinted at the announcement of new material later this month (19th August).