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August 23, 2018

'House of Payne's Demetria McKinney leaves nothing to imagination in see-through lace jumpsuit

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Demetria McKinney is baring it all in this black jumpsuit with see-through lace detail. The actress, who is known for playing “Janine Shelton–Payne” in “Tyler Perry’s House Of Payne” was pictured strutting her stuff on the red carpet at an event.

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McKinney wore a strapless jumpsuit that featured lace paneling on her upper torso. She kept her look monochrome with a black Gucci clutch and matching Stuart Weitzman sandals. Her accessories consisted of a tiny bracelet and dangling earrings. The “Devious Maids” actress also wore her shoulder-length curls to the side.

The 38-year-old Albuquerque-native indicated in her caption that she was at the third annual Black Music Honors which held on August 16.

The talented actress is known to be very private about her personal life, and it wasn’t until after so many years in the spotlight that she finally revealed her grown-up son. 

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She shared a tribute video on Instagram for his birthday in 2015, calling the boy her “1st true love”:

“#HappyBirthday to my 1st TRUE LOVE. This right here is my heart....1 I would truly #TradeItAll for. I love you Kiddo! #Minime”

One of McKinney’s famous roles was when she played the music legend, Whitney Houston, in TV One’s “Bobbi Kristina.” McKinney’s performance was highly praised even though the film was mostly met with negative criticism. She also had a couple of guest-star appearances on the reality TV show “Real Housewives of Atlanta.”

But what many do not know about this woman is that she is a gifted singer with a soulful voice. In 2017, she released her debut album “Officially Yours.”

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Speaking recently about the death of Aretha Franklin, McKinney confessed that her heart was torn:

"The juxtaposition of the music that she created brought cultures together; brought people together; created this whole new sound, and to have lost the queen on a day as serendipitous as Black Music Honors, you know, my heart is kinda torn."

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