Tina Lawson Throws Vivica A Fox a Lavish Private 55th Birthday Party in Beverly Hills
Tina Lawson proves she's one good friend yet again after throwing Vivica A. Fox a Gumbo-themed birthday party as she turned 55.
Tina Lawson brought out her best tableware for a lavish birthday party for Vivica Fox, who invited the likes of Regina King and Tasha Smith. Dining in nothing but luxurious Versace plates, Vivica and Tina were surrounded by their closest friends in Lawson's Hollywood Hills mansion.
For her birthday, Vivica made sure to feel extra special as she wore a tiara. Of course, her other friends made sure to join in on the fun as they wore tiaras as well.
A Tribute to a Good Friend
Tina paid tribute to her friend on social media, saying that it's only right she'd host the celebration for Fox as she's been a really good friend to her through these years.
"Last night we had a gumbo dinner and Birthday celebration for the beautiful Vivaca [sic] Fox. Who is always giving of her time, love , support and generosity to everyone she meets . She truly leaves everything she touches a better place. So i wanted to honor her."
Likewise, the "Empire" star cherished the moment given to her by her friend, posting multiple photos with her friends that night.
"#AboutLastNite The AMAZING @mstinalawson threw me an AWESOME YUMMY Gumbo LA Versace Bday dinner! LUVS HER TONS."
Each Versace plate used by Tina is approximately $325, and that doesn't even include all the other expenses that came with throwing such a lavish birthday party.
Expert Party Planners
Earlier this year, Tina Lawson herself turned 65-years-old, and her husband Richard made sure to make her feel like the most special woman on the planet.
They had a luxurious surprise party for the matriarch, with all of their family and friends.
“Almost all of my close family and friends were in the room - for those of you who couldn't make it, you were there with me in spirit.”
The Knowles-Lawson family definitely knows how to cook up a smashing party, and we're 100% sure they'll be hosting a whole lot more in the future.