Check Out New Photos of Omar Epps' Wife Keisha Posing in a Cheetah-Print Outfit with Glasses
"Love & Basketball" star Omar Epps' wife Keisha Spivey wowed fans in recent pictures the singer uploaded on social media which showed her rocking a cheetah-print dress with nerdy glasses.
Keisha Spivey is a member of Total, a female R&B group, and the wife of the famous actor Omar Epps. The 49-year-old recently shared pictures of herself on Instagram and fans were pleased to see the singer wearing nerdy glasses.
The mother-of-two uploaded a picture that showed her posing in a cheetah-print dress with a low neckline that emphasized her stunning body. She paired the outfit with black glasses while rocking her natural hair.
Omar Epps and wife Keisha Spivey at Fox's "House" Series Finale Wrap Party at Cicada on April 20, 2012 in Los Angeles, California | Photo: Getty Images
Her second post was a close-up image of herself in the same outfit with a glimpse at the white interior of her home in the background. Spivey's glowing skin and curly hair were fully captured in this picture. The singer's caption for the first post read:
"You make everything groovy."
The R&B singer has known her husband for over twelve years. Their relationship began when they dated for a year and a half before losing touch while Epps was filming "Love & Basketball."
Earlier this year, Epps played the villain in Netflix's "Fatal Attraction" with his longtime friend Nia Long whom he co-starred with on "Alfie" in 2004.
The couple reconnected in 2003 and while he was promoting the movie "Against The Ropes," Epps confessed that Keisha was everything he needed in a woman and he proposed during a romantic getaway at a hotel.
In 2007, the pair announced at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in L.A. that they were expecting their second child soon.
The couple attended the ceremony in matching black outfits and confessed during an interview on the red carpet that Keisha was six months along and they were expecting a baby boy.
Earlier this year, Epps played the villain in Netflix's "Fatal Attraction" with his longtime friend Nia Long, whom he co-starred with on "Alfie" in 2004.
The pair were reunited on the screen 16 years later and according to Long who was also a producer of the movie, Epps is like a brother to her which was why he was the first person she thought of when she read the script.
In 2015, the father-of-three reconnected with his "Love & Basketball" co-star Sanaa Lathan at the L.A. Film Festival, and they were joined by other cast members in honor of the film's 15th anniversary.
The movie premiered in 2000, it made $27.5 million, and won an NAACP Image Awards and BET award. Lathan and Epps became well-known thanks to the movie and it opened up more opportunities for the pair.