Even though haven't released an album since 2004, the bandmates continue to support each other wherever possible.
From joining at and the Super Bowl to Beyoncé's mother Tina Knowles walking Kelly Rowland down the aisle, the women are like family.
So, at the world premiere for Beyoncé's new film The Lion King - where she voices the part of Nala - both Rowland and Michelle Williams turned up to support their friend.
Beyoncé, who was also joined by her seven-year-old daughter and mother Tina on the red carpet, wore a bespoke crystal chandelier embroidered tuxedo dress, paired with embroidered pin heel sandals and box clutch, by Alexander McQueen.
Rowland stuck to the film's wildlife theme, wearing a zebra print dress. Just like Bey, she too brought along her child - - to enjoy the film.
Williams also looked stunning as she graced the red carpet, wearing a bejewelled mirror column dress with a high neck.
At the event Williams told that what Beyoncé is 'passing on' to her two daughters, Blue Ivy and Rumi Carter, by being in the film is 'really awesome'.
'I think she's just excited to be in it,' Williams said of Bey. 'Probably as she was when she first saw the movie. And to have a full circle moment to be in something that you just salivated over when you were younger is just awesome.'
Beyoncé joined her fellow cast mates including Donald Glover, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner on stage at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood for the premiere then immediately afterward treated fans to a new original single from the film called 'Spirit'.
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