Corinne Foxx is flaunting her curvaceous body, and new hairstyle in recent pics shared to her Instagram as she enjoys a day off. She’s a star on the rising, and her father couldn’t be prouder.
Jamie Foxx has some competence in his family when it comes to the entertainment industry: his 24-year-old daughter. Corinne has been acting and modeling since she was a little girl, but she made her official debut on TV as a DJ on her father’s game show “Beat Shazam.”
The show gave the college graduate a bigger platform and many fans, who can’t stop gushing about her beauty in every given opportunity. Just a few days ago, Corinne left them stunned with a pair of Instagram pics where she flaunted her best assets in a relaxed outfit.
In the pics, Corinne rocked an off-the-shoulder red crop top and ripped denim shorts as she sat on a bar with her waist-length braids being the focus of the photo. She accessorized with big sunglasses and a small black purse.
Corinne was enjoying some drinks with friends, and she made their intentions clear by captioning the pic: “here to cause some trouble.”
Fans took over her comment section to praise Corinne for her beauty, her braids and to ask when is the release of season 3 of “Beat Shazam.”
Last February, Corinne signed a contract with Creative Artists Agency (CAA), one of the biggest talent agencies around the globe which manages clients like Will Smith, Viola Davis, Morgan Freeman, Lupita Nyong'o among others.
Corrine is also a renowned model that has worked with prestigious brands like Dolce & Gabbana, Kenneth Cole, and Wet N Wild cosmetics, and is represented by L.A. Models, One Management N.Y., and Select Models London.
She will make her debut on film on her father’s directorial debut with the movie “All-Stars Weekend,” where she will share the screen with big names in the industry like Robert Downey Jr., Gerard Butler, and Eva Longoria. The film is currently in post-production.
Talking to Stephen Colbert on “The Late Show” about his daughter, Jamie couldn’t stop gushing about her, as he said:
“When she was ten years old, she was with me during the Oscars, and she leaned over in my ear and said, 'Dad, even if you don't win, you're still a great actor.'"
“I was just watching her; watching this girl who has been in the shadow of her father and now steps out in such a fantastic way.”
On December 1st, Corinne received the “Young Leaders Creating A Better World For All” Award by the Women Economic Forum at the J.W Marriott. And even though she couldn't attend the ceremony, the young woman made sure to express her gratitude on social media.
She dedicated the award to the Los Angeles and Ventura Fire Departments, that saved her family's homes from the California fires a few weeks ago.