Russell Wilson and Ciarakeep serving up the black family vibes we love. Meanwhile, Oprah put on her best hosting duties for a star-studded brunch at her home. Peep all the pics inside…
It’s the Wilsons!
While we know no relationship is absolutely perfect, Ciara and Russell Wilson sure knows how to make it seem that way. They’re always smiling, hugging, touching, googly eyed in love.
For one of the most recent outings, CiCi and Russ took son Future Wilburn out for some fun at Nickelodeon’s PAW Patrol Live! Show at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Aww!
Looks like they created some fun new memories.
In celeb give back news...
The Wilsons took time out of their busy schedules to give back. They attented the "One Voice: Somos Live! A Concert For Disaster Relief" held at the Universal Studios Lot, answering phones to collect money donated for those affected by the hurricanes that destroyed Puerto Rico.
Backstage, they hung out with Jamie Foxx, Heidi Klum,"This Is Us" actress Susan Kelechi Watson and Jennifer Lopez:
Peep a few clips of their evening below:
At another fun event...
The media mogul hosted a Gospel inspired brunch to celeberate her new book, “Wisdom of Sundays,” a collection of what she calls her “a-ha moments” from her conversations with thought-leaders and writers from OWN’s “Super Soul Sunday.”
Lady O said she wanted to put something together for her A-listers friends who contributed to the collection of stories that make up the book at her luxurious 65-acre estate in Montecito, California.
“I wanted to do something uplifting,” Oprah said.“I wanted to do something that launches this book into the world in a way that leaves the people who are a part of it — all the ‘Super Soul’ guests, friends of mine — to come together and spread the word and message of this book.”
The guest list was nothing short of extraordinary, including Common, Alicia Keys, Sterling K Brown, Angela Bassett, Bebe Winans, Andra Day, Mary Mary’s Erica Campbell, Niecy Nash, Magic Johnson’s wife Cookie Johnson, Meagan Good, DeVon Franklin, Lady O’s lifetime partner Stedman Graham, Marvet Britto and tons more.
“Whenever I really believe that something I’m doing is going to be impactful, I try to put everything I have into making that possible,” Oprah said.“Bringing people to my home is what I decided to do.”
Andra, Common, Bebe, Erica, Broadway starlet Cynthia Erivo rocked the stage with gospel songs:
Oprah revealed she will not take any proceeds from the book and will be donating the money to charitable causes, including her Leadership Academy. “Wisdom of Sundays" hits newsstands today (October 17th).