Kelly Rowland says Destiny's Child could make another album together.
The 32-year-old singer reunited with her former bandmates during Beyonce's half-time Super Bowl show in February and Kelly insists there's a chance they could work together again on new music in the future.
When quizzed about the possibility of another record at Elle's Women in Music event in New York, she said: "It's not a no."
Although the girls haven't ruled out a studio reunion, Kelly insists the trio are content to focus on their own respective solo careers at the moment.
Kelly did work with Beyonce and Kelly on separate tracks for her own upcoming solo LP Talk A Good Game and she can't wait for her fans to hear the results.
She told the New York Daily News newspaper: "We're celebrating the fact that we're different women now with different things happening and going on for ourselves. Michelle's putting out a new album, which I'm so excited for her about. I'm putting out a new album on June 4 and Beyonce's about to go on tour and she's gonna kill it ... I've got Beyonce, Michelle, and worked with Pharrell and Dream (on the album). I'm the luckiest girl in the world right now. I'm so excited about this album ... So you know, we're (Destiny's Child) there in spirit with each other or sometimes physically, but we're always together."
Other stars at the glitzy event at the Edison Ballroom - held to celebrate the magazine's annual music special - included Rita Ora, Martha Wainwright and actress Stephanie Szostak.