Kim Fields from 'Living Single' Keeps It Moving in Video of Her Home Workout during COVID-19 Quarantine
Being in self-isolation is no reason for one to slack off on keeping fit as Kim Fields has shown in a recent Instagram clip.
Kim Fields has shown that she isn’t one of those people to stop working out just because she is in quarantine over the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
The actress and television director recently uploaded a clip that showed her running from one end of a hall to another.
Kim would be staring in a Netflix comedy series alongside actress Wanda Sykes and actor Mike Epps.
Kim looked ultra-focused on finishing the task at hand as she didn’t even break stride when the person behind the camera spoke to her. Not long after the post went live, Kim’s followers began commenting on her strength and determination to keep fit.
Fans were especially glad to see that the “You Light Up My Christmas” star was not letting the weight of her “most embarrassing moment” take her down.
Back in November 2019, Kim had revealed that she had felt mortified when she suffered a wardrobe malfunction on “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.”
The incident had occurred in a 1993 episode, which had seen her and Will Smith’s character get married. Recounting the event, the actress told Chicago Tribune:
“So Will and I are doing our dialogue right before I leave to do this quick-change. And all of a sudden I feel this draft around my legs and I’m like, ‘Why is it so cold all of a sudden?’”
Kim added that when she looked down, her skirt “had fallen completely around my ankles. It was gone.” Luckily for her, Will’s reaction was that of a gentleman as he put his hands up and walked towards the camera to cover the lens.
Page Six also added that although the duo had enjoyed a good laugh over it when they got backstage, the actress learned to double-check the buttons on her clothes going forward.
In the series, called “The Upshaws,” Kim would play the role of Regina Upshaw, Bennie’s (Mike) high school sweetheart who became his wife and the mother of his three children.
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