Now we know why Russell Wilson and Baby Future were headed to Paris: To meet Ciara! The R&B singer was spotted front row ready during Paris Fashion Week. And we’ve got the pics.
In TV news, Tia MowryHardrict and Stephan James are BOOKED. Deets inside…
Fresh from a weekend in Nigeria, Ciara has jetted to Paris to check out the runways at Paris Fashion Week. We spotted her boyfriend Russell Wilson and her son Baby Future (along with CiCi’s dad) hopping on a plane out of LAX headed to the City of Light. And now we know they were headed to link up with CiCi.
The “I Bet” singer, who recently delayed her JACKIE Tour, popped up at the H&M show looking like a golden goddess rocking a crown braid. She stood out in heavily printed dress, likely inspired by her latest trip.
The R&B songstress took her seat on the front row, rubbing elbows with actresses Emma Roberts, Kate Mara, Atlanta de Cadenet, and Suki Waterhouse.
With shows like Balmain, Chanel, Saint Laurent, and Givenchy coming down the pipeline, we're sure we'll be seeing more of CiCi on the scene.
In TV news...
Tia Mowry is booked, honey!
After her show “Instant Mom” was axed and “The Game” wrapped up its final season, Tia didn’t show any signs of slowing up.
The former child star landed her own cooking show on the Cooking Channel/Food Network. She has also appeared on the FOX series “Rosewood.”
Now, we’ll be seeing more of the “Sister, Sister” star during primetime. “The Game” alum has landed a recurring role on the fourth season of ABC’s hit drama, “Mistresses,” according to Deadline. One of our fave summer guilty pleasures...
Tia will play a quick, cutting-wit literary agent named Barbara Rutledge who signs Karen (Yunjin Kim). The rest of the cast includes, Rochelle Aytes, Jes Macallan, Brett Tucker and Rob Mayes.
No official date has been set for the season 4 premiere.
Also coming to television soon....
RACE star Stephan James just booked his next leading role. The SELMA star will star opposite of Sanaa Lathan in a new FOX series titled “Shots Fired,”co-written and directed by Beyond The Lights director Gina Prince-Bythewood. Gina’s husband Reggie Rock Bythewood also helped co-write the series.
Playing on current social themes, the series will examine the aftermath of racially charged shootings in Tennessee, according to IndieWire.
The site reports:
The drama stars Lathan as an expert investigator who digs into the cases, alongside a special prosecutor (to be played by Stephan James) sent to the town by the Department of Justice. The pair must navigate the media attention, public debate and the social unrest that comes wit h such volatile cases, as they seek justice before the divided town erupts.
Based on the synopsis and the fact Gina is behind the project, we’re here for it. Are you?
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