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In the L.A. rain, the members of Destiny's Child, Beyonce Knowles, left, Kelly Rowland, center, and Michelle Williams pose under a tent in front of their Walk of Fame star.
updated 3/29/2006 9:32:54 AM ET 2006-03-29T14:32:54

The women of Destiny’s Child were back together for a brief moment to accept a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Beyonce Knowles, the lead singer of the Grammy Award-winning trio, on Tuesday joined former bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams at the installation of the walk’s 2,035th star.

“We started when we were 9 years old, and here we are getting a Hollywood star,” said Knowles, who wore a gray off-the-shoulder suit with heels. “Dreams come true. So thank you all so much for supporting us.”

The R&B group disbanded last year to pursue solo careers. Knowles and Rowland, both from Houston, were founding members of the group, which scored instant success with its debut album, “Destiny’s Child.”

“I want to thank ya’ll for coming out here in this rain. We are humbled to be here,” Rowland said to the umbrella-covered crowd.

Among the group’s biggest hits have been “Say My Name,” “Survivor” and “Independent Women (Part I).”

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