We spotted YBF chicks Kelly Rowland, Zendaya and Gabrielle Union out and about in the LA area. Find out what the ladies were up to inside...
Singer/actress Kelly Rowland was spotted at a doctor's office in Beverly Hills yesterday. We noticed the starlet held her hand to her tummy as she heading into the building. Maybe someone simply said something VERY funny.....or....
In case you missed it, Kelly made a big splash on "Empire" Wednesday night when she debuted as Lucious Lyon's mother, Leah Walker!
According to IMDB, Kelly will be back for at least two more episodes, so we're interested in watching her storyline play out. It appears "Leah" struggled with mental illness...much like Lucious's oldest son Andre.
"KC Undercover" star Zendaya said "Peace Out" to Los Angeles yesterday, as she boarded an outbound flight. The talented actress is currently criss-crossing North America to promote her hit Disney series and the new "Barbie doll" created in her honor.
And Zendaya has big news for fans of "Black-ish!" She's set to appear on the October 14th episode, playing a friend of Zoey (Yara Shahidi), who develops an unlikely bond with Dre (Anthony Anderson).
In a recent interview with PEOPLE, Zen revealed that she had a great time working with the Emmy-nominated actor. She said:
"My character connects with Anthony's character because she hasn't had a dad in her life. So I had some great scenes with him."
On Twitter, Yara tweeted out a FIRST LOOK at Zendaya in character...
Also at LAX...
We spotted REDBOOK cover girl Gabrielle Union arriving for her outbound flight looking casually fab. Makeup free and still with the freshest face.
As she prepares to kick off the third season of her hit series "Being Mary Jane," the 42-year-old actress was surprising candid about balancing a demanding Hollywood career and raising a family with her husband, Dwyane Wade.
She told Redbook,"The reality is that women are discriminated against in the workplace for being mothers. As much as there are strides being made – you get pregnant, your career takes a hit. You can’t have a bad day. Don’t you dare cry at work. Don’t raise your voice. Especially if you’re a black woman in corporate America – now you’re ‘the angry black woman."
In an ironic twist, these are some of the same issues her character Mary Jane faces on the hit BET series. Sometimes life does imitate art.
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