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    LeToya Luckett Reveals How She First Met Beyoncé and Fans React

    LeToya Luckett recently disclosed during her YouTube series “Leave it to LeToya” how a sitting mishap in school changed her life forever.

    During the video shared on July 26, the 41-year-old took viewers through a tour of her favorite spots in Houston. She had her friend Kimmy, along with her to the Breakfast Club, while meeting up with the owner Marcus Davis. The singer and actress stopped into Houston’s staple, The Breakfast Club first. Then the gang headed for a short shopping spree.

    After shopping Letoya Luckett took viewers for a stroll in her old schools’ neighborhood. Standing in front of the very school she met the “Me, Myself and I” singer she said, “Okay guys, we’re where it all started. This is my elementary school St. James School. This is where I met Beyoncé…On B’s first day of school, she just so happened to be sitting in my assigned seat. I pointed that out to the teacher: ‘She seems to be misplaced; she’s in my seat.’ And the teacher, Mrs. Western, she told me to go find me a seat, you know, I was late, so I missed my spot.”

    Additionally, she shared that after informing the teacher that Beyoncé had taken her seat, the pair immediately took a liking to each other because of their interest in music. “Anywho, B and I end up talking after class, and you know, over time became very familiar with each other. She saw I had a love for singing, and she was doing ‘Star Search,’ big things. I was in a group with my cousins at the time. So, we’re both doing our thing.”

    LeToya later added that Beyoncé asked her to audition for her father, Matthew Knowles.

    Luckett said she stepped out by Knowles car, who was parked near the girl scouts program she attended. Days later she joined the group. She joined Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and LaTavia Roberson in Something Fresh, formerly known as Girls Tyme.

    Tina Knowle Lawson is credited for developing the groups final name change during the 1990s to Destiny’s Chil. The name changed after they signed a recording contract with Columbia Records.

    Letoya pointed out to viewers, that if she hadn’t stayed in school Beyonce may have never sat in her seat. Basically, encouraging kids to stay in school. “Good things happen”.


    Luckett also took viewers on a tour to her brother Gavin Luckett’s studio.

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