Destiny's Child *Just* Got an Official Instagram, So Naturally Reunion Rumors Are Happening

And TBH, we hope they're true.

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When Destiny's Child were around, things were so much better. It was a simpler time. A happier time. A time when feminism was about girl power and buying that rock you were wearing, and when Beyoncé was not a superhuman, but simply a frontwoman with a load of potential.

So forgive us if the moment anything Destiny's Child related pops up on the internet, we leap head first into a pool of JOY, desperately imagining that Beyoncé, Kelly, and Michelle are back to save us all with a new album and a worldwide tour.

This week, a brand new Destiny's Child Instagram appeared.

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It's verified, and run by Sony's Legacy Records, so it's a legit Destiny's Child account, not a fanmade one.

It was started a week ago, and has posted three throwback photos of Destiny's Child, with captions reminiscing over some of their glorious achievements.

And of course, the timing is making everyone think that the Instagram could signal a reunion.

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Which actually makes a lot of sense. Why, if this is just a throwback account, would an Instagram for the girl group only be started now, after all these years? And isn't it coincidental that next year, 2017, marks the 20th anniversary of the group's formation back in 1997? Hmm?

Anyway, there's been no official confirmation yet (which is exactly what people planning a secret reunion would say, right?), but that hasn't stopped everyone from losing their sh*t.

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I don't think we're ready for this jelly.

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