Kelly Rowland has reunited with Beyonce and Michelle Williams on a new song which premiered today (28.05.13).
The Destiny's Child bandmates have come together to record a mid-tempo ballad titled 'You've Changed' for the soon-to-be 'X Factor' USA judge's latest studio album, 'Talk A Good Game'.
On the track, the trio sing of a love gone awry with each star recording a verse.
Kelly sings emphatically on the chorus: "I can say we're done in a million ways, but let's not beat around the bush, it's too late, you've changed."
The song marks the first original material from the chart-topping threesome since they disbanded in 2005. Earlier this year, a previously unreleased song - 'Nuclear' - from past recording sessions was included on the group's compilation album, 'Love Songs'.
Despite featuring all three members of the 'Say My Name' girl band, Kelly recently insisted 'You've Changed' is "not a Destiny's Child track, it's me featuring Beyonce and Michelle".
As well as reuniting in the studio, Kelly, 32, and Michelle, 32, also reunited with Beyonce, 31, on stage for a Destiny's Child medley when the 'R&B superstar performed at the Super Bowl half time show in February.
Meanwhile, Kelly - who recently signed up to join Simon Cowell, Demi Lovato and Paulina Rubio as a judge on the US version of 'The X Factor' - broke down in tears as she performed new track 'Dirty Laundry' in Washington D.C. on Sunday (26.05.13).
The autobiographical song features Kelly's frank confession that she was jealous of Beyonce's solo success after the band split as well as containing revelations of abuse at the hands of a former lover.
Kelly became emotionally overwhelmed as she sang the line, "Turnin' me against my sister", in reference to her childhood pal.
Prior to her rendition of the track, she told the crowd: "Doing this song for me was so therapeutic. Honesty, like my mama always says, is always the best policy."