La La Anthony Flaunts Hourglass Figure in Orange Curve-Hugging Outfit on NYC Street
La La Anthony turned up the heat on Tuesday as she stepped out in New York City wearing a curve-hugging orange outfit.
The “Power” star was returning from a promotional TV appearance for the Starz series.
La La is back to work after a Bahamas getaway with Kim and Khloe Kardashian, and she’s getting to it in style.
On Tuesday, the former MTV VJ stopped by Good Morning America to discuss the upcoming sixth and final season of “Power” and all eyes were on her as she walked the streets of New York.
WHAT SHE WORE
La La rocked a figure-hugging orange jumpsuit that revealed a hint of the midsection and highlighted that famous derriere while baring her toned arms.
The reality star accessorized with drop earrings and a pair of pointed-toe nude pumps and styled her hair in a long braided ponytail.
A video of La La leaving the “Good Morning America” studios shows her interacting with fans, signing posters and obliging one or two selfies.
While on the show, La La, 36, gave fans a hint of what to expect from her character on the upcoming season of “Power.”
WHAT TO EXPECT ON "POWER"
La La, who plays Lakeisha, revealed:
“For me, my character is finally stepping out into her own. For so long, she was just Tasha's (played by Naturi Naughton) best friend on the show and our friendship is really tested in this final season and not in a great way, so it's emotional for us because we are really close in real life and we had to play it out differently on the show but you get to see how this friendship gets broken all the way down.”
Later on Tuesday evening, La La joined co-stars Omari Hardwick, Joseph Sikora, 50 Cent (who doubles as executive producer), and a host of others for a premiere screening of the series at Madison Square Garden.
The Brooklyn-born beauty stunned in a low-cut silver dress that hugged her curves and offered a generous amount of cleavage. For the occasion, La La used minimal jewelry but wore a full face of makeup and styled her hair in a high ponytail.
THE "POWER" EMMY SNUB
The star-studded crowd was all-smiles, despite 50 Cent claiming recently that the show’s Emmy snub had a lot to do with race. “Power,” which boasts a predominantly black cast, has been overlooked by the Emmy Awards since inception and according to 50:
“I like to say it's racial. That's the easy way to get out of things. People who are running and connected to these ceremonies are not necessarily cool people.”
“Power” premieres on August 25 and per Hollywood Life, will consist of 15 episodes.