We’re not ready for this jelly.

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We’re not ready for this jelly.

I don’t think I could handle it (woo) if Beyonce, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams got the band together again, but it might happen.

A verified Instagram account for the group was resurrected a week ago, and has already amassed nearly 20,000 followers. Right now, the page only features three posts about music-related anniversaries, which leads me to believe something bigger is to come.

Hint hint: they broke up 10 years ago in 2006.

“Girl” became the fifth Destiny’s Child single to earn a gold record from the RIAA on this day in 2005. #destinyschild #dc #girlgroup #girl #rnb #destinyfulfilled

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Destiny’s Child released ‘#1’s’ on this day in 2005! This career-spanning compilation includes all their biggest singles plus new tracks “Stand Up for Love,” “Feel the Same Way I Do” and Beyoncé’s “Check on It.”

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Where they at, where they at? “Soldier,” featuring raps from T.I. and Lil Wayne, was released as a single on this day in 2004!

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