Actress Tamala Jones of ABC’s hit series “Castle” presented designer Liz Luque’s 2015 Fancy swimwear fashion show benefiting Cancer Awareness.
Tamala also announced her partnership with Fancy Swimwear to create celebrity swimwear brands.
Liz Luque (Fancy Swimwear)
& Tamala Jones
Liz ,Tamala, & Models
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Cyrene Tankard (“Thicker Than Water”)
Spotlightdiva & Tamala Jones
SpotlightDiva & Designer Liz Luque
TYLER PERRY’S MADEA’S TOUGH LOVE Official Trailer- Look For It On DVD 1/20
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Naomi Campbell for Vanity Fair Spain November 2014.
American Idol winner Fantasia Barrino was inducted into 2014 NC Hall of Fame.
“Tonight Is My Night [rose emoji] Fantasia is Being Inducted into the Hall of Fame.. Thanking My Lord Jesus Christ, All my Rock Soul Supporters and those who have been thru the ups and downs the Good and the Bad the Happy and Lord Have Mercy the Sad… Thank God for it All Cause I’m Wiser, Stronger and Better then I’ve Ever Been Before.. Guess what Tho [smiley face emoji] We Just Getting Started… Rock Soul”
I’ve been of fan of Fantasia from day one. I am happy for all the success she’s receiving.
At 28 years old, Actress Raven-Symoné Christina Pearman, known simply as Raven-Symoné or Raven, has a strong sense of who she is and isn’t, she told Oprah Winfrey that she does not want to be labeled “gay” or “African-American.”
The 28-year-old Raven-Symoné, who is best known for her roles on NBC’s The Cosby Show and Disney Channel’s That’s So Raven, made her comments during an appearance on cabler OWN’s Where Are They Now?
Winfrey asked Raven-Symoné about a tweet she sent last year cheering the start of gay marriage laws in Minnesota and Rhode Island.
“I can finally get married! Yay government! So proud of you,” she messaged.
“Was that your way of coming out, saying you’re gay?” Winfrey asked.
“That was my way of saying I’m proud of the country,” she answered. “But, I will say that I’m in an amazing, happy relationship with my partner. A woman.”
Raven-Symoné said she knew about her sexuality at 12: “I was looking at everything.”
“So you don’t want to be labeled gay?” Winfrey asked.
“I don’t want to be labeled gay. I want to be labeled a human who loves humans. I’m tired of being labeled. I’m an American. I’m not an African-American. I’m an American,” she added. I don’t know how far more roots go in Africa but I know they are in Louisiana and that makes me an American. I’m colorless.