Could Beyoncé and Destiny’s Child reunite at Coachella?


Will Beyoncé reunite with Destiny’s Child at the 2018 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, which she was supposed to headline this year but pulled out of because of her pregnancy?

The rumor mill is buzzing, thanks to some online sleuthing by members of the Beyhive, as Queen Bey’s most devoted fans call themselves.

If their speculation proves accurate, it will mark the first full-fledged concert reunion by Destiny’s Child since the group regrouped for Beyoncé’s halftime show performance at the 2013 Super Bowl.

For the record, Beyoncé does have a history of using social media to leak information about herself.

Prior to the release of her 2016 album, “Lemonade,” she posted a photo of herself with — spoiler alert! — a lemon.

And, prior to this year’s birth of her twins, Rumi and Sir, she posed for a photo that saw her holding up two fingers. It was because of her pregnancy, of course, that Beyoncé postponed her previously announced headlining slot at this year’s Coachella festival until next year.

So the Beyhive went nuts when Beyoncé this week posted a picture of herself on Instagram wearing an AC/DC t-shirt in which only the letters DC — the initials of Destiny’s Child — were visible. (AC/DC, you may recall, headlined the opening night of Coachella in 2015.)

Adding fuel to the fire, Destiny’s Child alum Michelle Williams this week posted a photo of a boot she wore during the group’s 2013 Super Bowl reunion performance. It was accompanied by one sentence: “Y’all remember this performance outfit from Super Bowl with [B]?”

This follows last week’s tweet by original Destiny’s Child member LaTavia Roberson, who wrote: “I have so much to tell you guys! All I’m allowed to say right now is.. never mind.”

Kelly Rowland, who sang with Williams and Beyoncé at the Super Bowl, has yet to weigh in. But that may just be a matter of time.

Beyoncé’s most recent San Diego performance was in May, 2016, at Qualcomm Stadium, Her husband, Jay-Z, performs Tuesday at San Diego State University’s Viejas Arena.; Twitter @georgevarga