Beyonce surprises fans at karaoke club

Last updated 16:32 09/01/2014

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Beyonce Knowles reunited with Destiny's Child at a karaoke club.

The 32-year-old songstress popped by Miami singing bar Sing Sing around 12.15am on Wednesday.

According to Us Weekly she was accompanied by several fellow Grammy-winning musicians, including her husband Jay-Z, producer Timbaland and former Destiny's Child group members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.

Before the musical icons set up their own karaoke booth, Beyonce allegedly became intrigued after hearing her song Party being sung in a nearby room.

"I was showing Beyonce how to work the remotes and she asked me where the music that was playing [in a separate room] was coming from," Sing Sing owner Kellie Pilicer told Us Weekly magazine.

"And I said 'Oh don't worry, it won't bother you.' And she said 'No, I want to see who is singing my song.'"

Beyonce then made her way to the room with fellow singers Kelly and Michelle in tow.

When the trio arrived, the three young women in the room apparently didn't know who they were.

"Beyonce and Michelle started singing and dancing with them," Kellie recalled.

"They were also videotaping the whole thing. These girls had no idea it was them for the first couple of minutes. It was cute."

After finally realising Destiny's Child was in the room, one of their fans reportedly passed out. And while the young lady was unconscious, the website claims Kelly and Beyonce "photobombed the sleeping girl before leaving the room".

Destiny's Child last formally reunited on stage at the Super Bowl in February 2013.

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