Iconic R&B singer and actress Stephanie Mills stunned the internet with a throwback post of herself in a red dress with matching knee-high boots during an onstage performance.
Even though some sport events have commenced, and several cities across the globe have returned to normalcy following the novel coronavirus outbreak, musical festivals and concerts that call for massive gatherings have been put on hold.
Mills, a skilled performer, recently took to the gram to share a throwback performance by uploading two snaps of herself entertaining the audience.
Stephanie Mills attends SiriusXM's Town Hall with the cast of 'The Wiz' on October 26, 2015. | Photo: Getty Images
Apart from her bright colored dress and shoes, she donned a pair of round earrings and had her hair packed away from her face to give way for the natural makeup look she rocked. Under the shared post, Mills quipped,
"I am truly just an around the way girl, who loves what I do. Miss performing in front of my fans. Stay focused! Justice for #Breonna Taylor #BlackLivesMatter."
Fans quickly recognized their favorite artist, who mentioned how much she misses the stage where she lets out her incredible burst of talent. Some commented on her look, while others admitted that they had missed her singing.
Her contributions to the industry have not only earned her awards but due recognition from different people and event organizers.
On social media, Mills is very expressive; she does not seem to care genuinely about what anyone says about her. Sometimes she even tries to troll anyone that may have gotten on her nerves directly or indirectly.
In 2019, she called out Nicole Murran, the wife of an NBA team owner, for leaning over the award-winning singer, Beyonce, to ask Jay Z, her husband, a question.
In Mills's opinion, that was disrespectful and uncalled for. Though Beyonce did not address the issue, fans of the R&B singer criticized her for calling out Murran.
The legendary songstress is a multi-talented individual who discovered her passion for the entertainment industry at an early age.
She first starred in the Broadway show "Maggie Flynn," as a singer and actress at age nine. Then she featured in "The Wiz" as Dorothy, from 1957 to 1977.
Her contributions to the industry have not only earned her awards but due recognition from different people and event organizers. Earlier in the year, she was invited to teach at an annual event in the Midlands.
Mills has made a name for herself over the years with her R&B and Disco vibes, and her impact is felt across the country!