China McClain Shows off Toned Shoulders in Violet Off-Shoulder Top Paired with Tight Black Pants
Former Disney child star China McClain took to Instagram to post a stunning photo of herself in a violet top which showed off her flawless shoulders.
China Anne McClain shared a gorgeous throwback photo of herself. In the picture, the actress was dressed in a silky violet off-shouldered top, which had a loose knot at the front. She captioned:
The elegant top drew attention to the star's flawless skin and her bare neck, which she did not adorn with any jewelry.
China's crossed legs were clad in tight-fitted black pants, and she rocked very subtle make-up. The whole ensemble caught the fancy of many of her followers.
The throwback garnered over two hundred thousand likes as fans took to the comment section to gush over how beautiful China looked.
China McClain's rise to stardom was surrounded by sceptics
China's springboard to stardom began in her long-term Disney show, "A.N.T. Farm" in which she starred as "Chyna Parks," a musical prodigy with whip-sharp humour.
Before the show started, many people were skeptical about how her career would flourish since many Disney tween stars gave in to the pressure.
Disney's "Big Three" — Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, and Demi Lovato — became a favorite go-to to project the outcome of tween stars.
All three megastars had deviated from the sweet, perfect roles they played on T.V. and became a cause for wonder. Defending his daughter, Mr McClain said:
"Our family is extremely close-knit, and the moment her mother and I or her older sisters sense the slightest whiff, we'll jump on it."
True to her father's words, the star continued to flourish and shortly after, she guest-starred on Zendaya's "K.C. Undercover" show. In 2015, McClain landed a major role in the Disney franchise, "Descendants."
In 2019, the third and last part of the franchise was released. Sadly, a month before the premiere, China's long-time friend and co-star in the movie, Cameron Boyce, passed away.
Ripped apart with grief, the "Daddy's Girls" actress broke her three-day silence on social media after his death and shared a series of pictures and videos of the late actor.
She reflected on moments she and Boyce shared and called him her best friend. The pair first met on the set of the 2010 comedy, "Grown Ups," and they both returned for the sequel three years after.
Since her friend's tragic passing, China has moved on and found her way back to happiness. She has since returned focus on working on other projects including the C.W. hit series "Black Lightning," as her career continues to skyrocket.