Although there were plenty of R&B girl groups before them, there was something unique and special about the cute foursome reigning from Houston, Texas.
With the news of a possible Destiny's Child reunion, GlobalGrind decided to round up our 15 favorite pictures of Destiny's Child through the years.
Controversy hit the girl group in early 2000, when the Destiny's Child video "Say My Name" surfaced without LeToya and LaTavia. Instead, LeToya and LaTavia were replaced with two new girls: Farrah Franklin and Michelle Williams.
Farrah Franklin remained with the group for only a period of about five months before she was asked to leave for missing multiple appearances.
And then there were three: Beyonce, Kelly, and Michelle.
As a trio, Destiny's Child went on to sell millions of records and become one of the best-selling girl groups of all time.
It's been a little over a decade since all the drama of Destiny's Child and we're glad to announce that they have been meeting up to do nothing more than hang out.
From the days when Latavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett were standing alongside Beyonce and Kelly, to the unexpected swap out with Farrah Franklin and Michelle Williams, to downsizing to a trio, GlobalGrind has it all.
Check out the many faces of Destiny's Child in the gallery above!