“We don’t want to get too mushy,” Beyonce Knowles told the crowd gathered to see her group Destiny’s Child on Sunday in Vancouver B.C.  “Destiny’s Child started when we were nine years old. This isn’t something somebody put together. This is love.”
    The singer and her group mates, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, announced back in June that they would retire following the final show of their current Destiny Fulfilled…And Lovin’ It world tour.  Sunday’s stop north of the border marked the end of the road, which came with some emotional parting words from the trio.
    “I love you B. I love you Michelle,” Kelly said to her bandmates in tears.
    *Meanwhile, the ladies are denying recent claims from Beyonce’s man Jay-Z that the group will make a comeback 18 months after their breakup later this month.
    A representative  said: “For now they’re finished – concentrating on their solo careers. They have always said never say never but there are no plans to reform at the moment.”
   As previously reported, Jay-Z told Billboard last week that the group was planning a return to the limelight in 2006.
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