No, Karlie Kloss, ‘Waterfalls’ Is Not a Beyonce Song

Karlie Kloss
Karlie Kloss  Don Arnold/WireImage

Someone’s got her girl groups mixed up. Karlie Kloss recently pledged her unwavering devotion to Destiny’s Child and Beyoncé, but mistook TLC’s iconic 1994 hit “Waterfalls” for one of Queen Bey’s tunes with her former bandmates.

The 24-year-old filled out a “Mega Fan Profile” for Love magazine’s latest issue, in which she inadvertently revealed that she could use some brushing up on her knowledge of '90s and early-2000s pop music.

When asked which artist she is the “biggest fan” of, Kloss said her all-time favorite singer is Beyoncé, who the model admires for her “creativity and passion,” among other attributes. Asked when she fell in love with the superstar, 35, the St. Louis native replied, “Destiny’s Child 2003.”

Destiny's Child performs
Destiny's Child performs in 2001. MIKE NELSON/AFP/Getty Images

However, 2003 is the year that Destiny’s Child took a hiatus and Bey stopped the world with her debut solo album, Dangerously in Love. DC (originally comprised of Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett) hit the music scene in 1998 with the release of their first single, “No No No” — three years after TLC’s “Waterfalls” hit the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1995.

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These facts were somehow lost on Kloss, who, when asked how Beyoncé has influenced her life, wrote: “She is the soundtrack to my LIFE! C’mon, Waterfalls!?”

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Not long after Kloss’ Love profile made its way online, the Beyhive took to Twitter to sound off on the Klossy founder’s apparent confusion. Take a look at some of their reactions below:

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