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Destiny's Child shocked fans by announcing from the stage on Saturday that they'll be splitting when their current tour ends in September. However, it's a rather fitting end for a group whose career has never been smooth. Gathered below are stories about and pictures from some of the highlights of that career.

Destiny's Child: Reunited And It Feels So Good
The group shares its unique aura, explaining how it plans to maintain its friendship for years to come, and proving that women don't have to be catty to be successful.


Beyonce: Genuinely In Love
Everybody wants a piece of the Dangerous singer who refuses to elaborate on her rumored relationship with Jay-Z but believes love never goes out of style.



The Family Business
Mathew Knowles, Beyoncé's father/manager, is just one of many entertainment parents who find it difficult to separate the business from the personal.



Girl Groups: Why They Can't Keep It Together
Destiny's Child appeared to have defied the curse that befell groups like 3LW and En Vogue, but manager Mathew Knowles says boyfriends can be a problem.


Destiny's Child: Mixing It Up
The group headed back to the studio for This Is the Remix to team up with Timbaland and the Neptunes — and to avoid sounding like chipmunks.



Destiny's Child: Three The Hard Way
The ladies talk about nasty girls, men-bashing and dealing with the haters, but insist their tunes are all about confidence and self-esteem.


Destiny's Child: Survivors
They've encountered more drama than a Broadway matinee, but despite the lineup changes, the group is convinced it's not re-creating an episode of "Survivor."



Destiny's Child: What's Their Destiny
After tears and lawsuits accompanied the departure of three members, the remaining trio are turning out to be the Charlie's Angels of pop.


Destiny's Child: Then And Now
Fans are shocked by the departure of original members LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett, but the group is pulling through the ugly mess.




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