'American Idol' Alum Jordin Sparks Shows off Her Long Legs Modeling a Chic Striped Suit
Grammy Award nominee Jordin Sparks stunned fans by sharing a photo on Instagram that flaunted her long legs in an elegant striped playsuit.
Singer-songwriter Jordin Sparks has been a star since she won "American Idol" at 17 -- the youngest person ever to win the prestigious talent contest. Now 30, Jordin has come a long way as a performer, as a woman, and a mother.
One thing is for certain, she is as beautiful today as when she first stepped onto the stage of "American Idol" in 2007, and she recently flaunted her figure on Instagram in a zany striped outfit.
ALL STRIPED OUT
In the snap, Sparks wears a lounge suit set by Torrid in a deep blue with pale thin stripes, a Norma Kamali T-shirt, and cool dark blue Jumpman running shoes.
The lounge pants have lateral pockets and a tie belt that gives the whole outfit an air of casual chic. It suits Sparks and makes her legs look endless.
Sparks' T-shirt is inspirational and is emblazoned with the statement "I feel invincible," and goes on to share a message of strength, health, and empowerment. Her hair is elaborately braided and styled for a youthful look and her nails are painted a sober black.
Sparks teamed up with Dolly Parton, R&B star Monica, country singer Sara Evans and breast cancer survivor Rita Wilson for a special project.
Sparks, who shares son Dana Isaiah Thomas Jr. with husband Dana Isaiah, has been quarantined with her family since the COVID-19 pandemic started and keeping her two-year-old entertained. She admitted:
"We have a pool and he loves being in the water (...)Those are all things that we can do at the house, so I'm really grateful that one of his favorite activities."
But the pandemic hasn't stopped Sparks from working. She teamed up with Dolly Parton, R&B star Monica, country singer Sara Evans and breast cancer survivor Rita Wilson for a special project.
The song was released in October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, to raise funds for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
Sparks shared her song "Unknown" on Instagram, in the wake of the upheaval caused by the death of George Floyd, and in expressing her feelings and her own experience as a Black woman.
The always inspiring Sparks is now launching her new Christmas album and adding a little more sparkle to what promises to be a difficult time.