'Fame' Star Debbie Allen Flaunts Her Curly Natural Hair Posing in a Gray Jacket & Peach Shirt
"Fame" star Debbie Allen has remained glowing and active as she was spotted flaunting her natural curls while outside a sunny street in Hollywood, California.
Debbie Allen, famous for her role as Lydia Grant in the 1982 series "Fame," has always updated her fans about her whereabouts, as well as her latest projects in the entertainment industry.
Amid the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, the veteran actress took to Instagram to share with fans a snap of herself outside a street with a little surprise in it.
Actress Debbie Allen visits the Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family" at the Universal Studios Hollywood on November 25, 2019. | Photo: Getty Images
HER RADIATING BEAUTY
In the picture, the 70-year-old actress stood in front of a market in Hollywood, California, smiling from ear-to-ear while raising her right hand, and showing off a poster that’s meaningful to her.
Allen looked radiant even in a simple gray jacket and a peach top while flaunting her natural brown curls, which beautifully glowed on the side. She wrote:
"YAY!!! ✨❤️ #DANCEDREAMS is on Hollywood Boulevard!"
Many fans were delighted to see Allen’s Instagram post and were overjoyed to know that the actress has remained true to her passion for the performing arts. One fan pointed out that Allen looked beautiful in the snap.
Some fans commented with heart and fire emojis while others congratulated the "Grey’s Anatomy" star‘s upcoming documentary film about her preparation for the annual “Hot Chocolate Nutcracker.”
She earlier directed “Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square,” which will be streamed on Netflix as well.
SHARING HER TALENT IN DANCING
Titled "Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker," the documentary which will premiere on November 27 on Netflix, will show viewers the preparation behind the Debbie Allen Dance Academy's large annual production.
Performing "The Nutcracker" was important for Allen, who is celebrating the 20th anniversary of her dance company. In the trailer, she shared with her students that the show is about a woman's power.
Besides her upcoming documentary, Allen earlier shared her thoughts about the future of the TV show "Grey’s Anatomy." She said she is hopeful that the hit medical series will keep going after 17 successful seasons.
HER LOVE FOR PERFORMANCE ARTS
Allen has never expressed exhaustion from acting and producing quality shows. She earlier directed "Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square," which will be streamed on Netflix as well.
The holiday-themed musical movie stars iconic actresses Dolly Parton and Christine Baranski, alongside fellow acting colleagues Jenifer Lewis, Treat Williams, and Josh Segarra.
For her undeniable talent, Allen has been an inspiration to many women. With her prolific showmanship from acting to filmmaking, the actress proved that everything is possible if one is passionate enough to pursue it.
As the COVID-19 crisis halted TV productions and some businesses, Allen showed a unique way to connect with her fans and to keep them entertained while on quarantine.
The actress who bared her natural beauty took to Instagram to introduce her dance classes to help people stay healthy and active during the stay-at-home period.