Kelly Rowland has poured doubt on rumors she's reuniting with her Destiny's Child bandmates Beyonce and Michelle Williams, insisting they're "all happy" in their solo careers.
The "Independent Women" hitmakers split in 2006 to pursue individual projects, but reports surfaced earlier this year claiming the three singers were preparing to make a spectacular comeback during Beyonce's headlining set at British music festival Glastonbury.
The "Irreplaceable" star thrilled the crowd with a high-energy performance, but the reunion never materialised - and Rowland is adamant the subject has yet to come up whenever they speak to one another.
She tells Billboard.com, "To be honest with you - myself, Michelle and B - we haven't talked about it. It has not come up in our conversations. We talk about everything else... But we haven't talked about that yet."
Rowland admits so much of the reunion talk is centred around her and fellow group founder Beyonce - and that annoys her.
She says, "What kind of angers me a bit is just the fact that Michelle is in Destiny's Child, too, and respect her and know that it's three of us - it's not two."
But the Motivation star, who is focused on this week's (begs25Jul11) release of hew new album Here I Am, has dashed fans' hopes of a Destiny's Child reunion in the near future, revealing it would be highly unlikely.
She adds, "It's just really great that we're all doing different things and we're all happy in our space."