Debbie Allen Stuns Wearing a Belted Light Blue Dress & Gold Turban in a Snap with Jenifer Lewis
Actress and dance choreographer Debbie Allen stunned fans with her age-defying look. She put her hourglass figure on display beside fellow actress Jenifer Lewis.
Debbie Allen, a veteran actress known for her acting chops in "Grey's Anatomy," recently proved that she is one of the few celebrities whose beauty endured for a long time.
Aside from her youthful looks, the 71-year-old actress's figure has maintained her figure. She shared on Instagram a picture of herself showing her timeless beauty.
A DIVINE LOOK
In her gorgeous snap, Allen wore a light blue long-sleeved dress, accentuated with a thick gold belt. The "A Different World" alum was also glowing in the picture.
The glowing Allen topped her look with large hoop earrings, a bracelet, and a golden turban that she stylishly wrapped around her head. She looked exquisite with her overall look.
Standing beside her was Jenifer Lewis of the "Black-ish" series. The 64-year-old activist wore an all-black ensemble which included an elegant faux fur jacket.
The "Preacher's Wife" alum is one of Allen's longtime friends in the entertainment industry. The "Hot Chocolate Nutcracker" creator wrote "Happy Birthday" for Lewis.
Many fans took to the comment section to extend their birthday greetings to Lewis and called the two elegant women "queens." Some fans sent heart and cake emojis as well.
In between birthday greetings, one fan noticed that Allen looked classy in her stylish dress. One fan commented that she looked beautiful in her outfit.
SHARING SPOTLIGHT WITH LEWIS
Beyond the duo's long-lasting friendship, Allen and Lewis recently collaborated on a movie, "Christmas on the Square." The former directed the 2020 film starred by Lewis and Dolly Parton.
She was among the five 43rd annual Kennedy Center honorees this year.
A WELL-DESERVED RECOGNITION
Allen, a former Broadway actress in 1980, became a timeless figure in Hollywood. She is also a well-decorated performer who won three Emmy Awards for choreography in the TV series "Fame."
After several years of acting, Allen honed her skills in directing movies. While filmmaking, she managed to open the Debbie Allen Dance Academy in Los Angeles in 2001.
With her incredible work and endless talent, Allen, who spanned four decades in the industry, has a new recognition under her belt. She was among the five 43rd annual Kennedy Center honorees this year.
To be part of the honorees, Allen said, was a humbling experience. Actor Dick Van Dyke, country musician Garth Brooks, violinist Midori, and singer Joan Baez were also part of this year's honorees.