Destiny's Child to reunite

Sexy R n' B trio Destiny's Child - consisting of Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams - are planning to get back together in 2010.

Michelle said: "It definitely will happen. We're sisters, we love each other and we want to work on the future of Destiny's Child."

The 'Survivor' singers split in 2005 to pursue solo careers.

Rumours they were reforming began circulating earlier this month, when it was revealed they were contractually obliged to produce another album.

A source said: "They still have another album they owe their label, Columbia Records, on their contract."

The trio will reportedly head back into the studio to record their new album when 'Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)' singer Beyonce finishes her current tour to promote her latest solo album 'I Am. Sasha Fierce'.

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