The YBF stars are BUSY.
Zoe Kravitz,Holly Robinson Peete and Jurnee Smollett Bell all have new projects to promote so they’re making rounds in NYC. Peep their candids inside…
Zoe Kravitz is gearing up for the release of her new sci-fi thriller The Divergent Series: Allegiant this Friday. So, chick has been busy making press rounds in NYC before the big premiere.
After strutting her stuff at the film’s NYC screening, the YBF chick was spotted out and about in NYC running a few errands before some TV appearances.
Some lucky fans caught the LOLAWOLF singer as she trekked through the Big Apple and nabbed a photo-op.
Zoe then made her way to "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" where she talked about some upcoming gigs at a few summer festivals, following in the footsteps of her legendary rockstar dad Lenny Kravitz. Check it:
Then, Zoe and Jimmy got dressed in inflatable suits for a game of flip cup where Zoe defeated Jimmy (for the 2nd time) on his own show:
The heiress to her parent's Hollywood throne stopped by "LIVE with Kelly & Michael" for a fun segment. Chick swiped a pair of green pumps from Kelly Ripa's dressing room to celebrate St. Patrick's Day and revealed she freaked out because she didn't have on any green so she borrowed Kelly's shoes. When she walked out she asked Kelly, "Do you like my shoes? They're yours!"
She totally grew up as an only child (long before her younger siblings entered the picture). Definitely ish they do. Ha! Check it above.
The gorgeous Jurnee Smollett Bell was spotted making her way to HuffPost Live with her husband Josiah Bell to chop it up about her brand new series “Underground” that premiered on WGN American on March 9th.
The 29-year-old actress will star as a house slave who tries to escape slavery for a better life on the new series. The show is getting rave reviews.
Jurnee told HuffPost Live she hopes the show will open up dialogue about the unsung herso of the Underground Railroad and the effects of slavery that still plague the black community today. She said,
“’Underground' is such an important show for us to be having aired right now because it will create a dialogue and it forces us to look at ourselves. Art holds a mirror up to society.”
She then addressed overt and systemic racism and how they disproportionately impact black Americans. She continued,
“We still see our brothers and sisters being killed by police officers. We still see them being locked up at a faster rate. We still see us battling with poverty and mental illness at higher rates. These are all systemic injustices that come from racism, that come from slavery. Until we really heal the wounds that we dealt with during slavery, I don't think we'll be a fully realized country.”
Peep the clip below:
After the interview...
Jurnee and her hubby spotted her face on a bus advertisement for the “Underground” series and Jurnee was freaking out! She captioned, “Y'all look at GOD!! When I tell you I've been working my entire life & I've never been a part of a project like this! That's my face on a bus!??! What?!? Don't y'all ever give up on your dreams...cuz right when u want to give up, that could be the moment that God wants to you to push through and claim your blessing. Keep pushing my people! #blessed #dreamscometrue” Cute!
Another couple in the Big Apple...
Actress and mother Holly Robinson Peete and her husband of 20-years Rodney Peete stopped by the HuffPost Live studios to talk about her new projects coming down the pipeline.
You better serve SHOES Holly!
The autism activist dropped in to talk about her new book that she collaborated with her son R.J. (who has autism) and his twin sister Ryan titled “Same But Different.” She also talked about her new reality series coming to the OWN Network called “For Peete’s Sake.”
In the interview, she opens up about her son's autism, what it was like writing the book with her twins, how she’s dealing with her daughter leaving for college and more. Check it out here.
She also stopped by "Good Morning America" where she dished on her new projects that you can check out here.
"For Peete's Sake" airs on Wednesdays at 9/8c and "Same But Different" is in bookstores and online for download.
Whew. We love when the YBF folks are BUSY, honey.