Why Destiny's Child fans are convinced new music is coming

A change on the group's social accounts sent fans into a frenzy.

Is the trio best known as Destiny's Child gearing up for a reunion?

Fans almost lost their breath on Wednesday after social media pages for the group, which is comprised of Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, updated their header photos.

The simple act sent Twitter into a frenzy, making Destiny's Child a trending topic over speculation of what it all meant.

Some speculated it meant new music is on the horizon for the R&B group, which was only fueled by a recent rare interview that Beyoncé did with Harper's Bazaar.

After explaining she's been in the studio for a year and a half, the Ivy Park founder revealed, "Yes, the music is coming!"

Whether or not that music will be solo or with the group was not specified.

Destiny's Child split in 2006. Their final album, "Destiny Fulfilled," which gave birth to hits "Soldier" and "Lose My Breath," was released in 2004.

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