After BET’s epic New Edition movie music fans have been debating what group should be next to have their own TV film. On Twitter, Facebook and Instagram numerous names have been thrown out, but an overwhelming number of folks seemed to want to see a Destiny’s Child biopic.
HipHollywood caught up with LeToya Luckett, who was an original member of the group, and got her two cents. “I’m not going to be the one to put it out,” Luckett joked after a pregnant pause. “But, that would be a really interesting story to tell. Definitely would be entertaining.”
We’d have to agree.
The Houston bred group, comprised of Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, Luckett and LaTavia Roberson had numerous shake-ups and internal conflicts. In 1999 after dropping their sophomore album The Writings On The Wall, Luckett and Roberson left the group. They were immediately replaced by Farah Franklin and Michelle Williams who made their debut in the “Say My Name” video. A few short months later, Franklin was terminated and they became a trio.
Since Luckett says they have reconciled and put the past behind them. “We are all still cool, we got together when we were 12, I’m 35 now, come on.”