January 07, 2021

'House of Payne' Star China McClain Delights Fans With Her Calm Demeanor in This New Video

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"House of Payne" actress China McClain shared a video of herself and her sister, Lauryn, chilling together, and fans were amazed by her cool demeanor in the candid clip.

Actress China Anne McClain, 22, first stepped in front of a camera when she was just seven years old, so she knows exactly how to behave whenever she finds herself in front of the spotlight.

A recent video that the young actress shared on her Instagram page proved her camera-ready poise when her older sister, Lauryn McClain, 23, filmed her while chilling at home.

China Anne McClain at Tyler Perry Studios' grand opening gala on October 05, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia.| Source: Getty Images


The video, set to the tune of Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg's "The Next Episode," featured Lauryn, looking gorgeous in a bold red lip and blonde hair styled in a messy up-do. 

As she recorded herself, she panned the camera around the room to reveal a distracted China, who was looking ahead, concentrating on something in front of her. She captioned:

"can’t catch me slippin @laurynmcclain."


China was referring to her imperturbable calmness in the video as she kept a straight face the whole time while the camera zoomed in on her holding her phone and adjusting her reading glasses.

The "Black Lightning" actress was comfy in a white sweater while her slender legs were exposed. Her signature short hair looked fab in the bright ginger tint.

Screenshot of fan comments on China Anne McClain's video. | Source: Instagram/chinamcclain


Fans were delighted with her camera-ready demeanor and took to the comments section to applaud her. One fan wrote, " I think this is the funniest and most relatable vid I've seen from you."

China had her own unpleasant news for fans when she revealed she was leaving the show before the end of the season.


China's loyal fans have stood by her through her success in the film industry. Her credits include several Tyler Perry productions and Disney Channel films and series.

One of her notable appearances was in Disney's "Descendants 2," in which she gave an awe-inspiring performance as the villainous Uma opposite the late Cameron Boyce.

Boyce's sudden passing heavily affected the actress who had a close friendship with him after meeting on the set of the comedy film "Grown Ups" in 2010. 


Besides her compelling performance in the "Descendants" franchise, China also made waves for her portrayal of Jennifer Pierce on the superhero show, "Black Lightning."

Naturally, fans were shocked when the show announced its cancellation following its fourth season. China had her own unpleasant news for fans when she revealed she was leaving the show before the end of the season.

The multi-talented actress was candid about her reasons for leaving the show, telling fans that she would channel her energy towards God's work only.