Brandy Shows off Her Fit Legs in a Photo Shoot Wearing a Silver Sequin Blazer & $229 Black Hat
Multi-talented entertainer Brandy Norwood looked gorgeous as she stunned in a silver sequin blazer that showed off her fit legs in a new picture she shared on Instagram.
Taking to Instagram, Brandy Norwood shared a picture of herself rocking a silver sequin blazer and a $229 black hat that shielded the upper part of her face. She looked stunning in the outfit.
The blazer, which reached her mid-thighs, helped Brandy flaunt her fit legs. She completed the look by wearing leather boots that stopped just below her knees.
Her beautiful lustrous dark hair fell past her shoulders reaching her bust, and for her makeup, Brandy opted for a subtle look that had her wearing nude colored lipsticks and eyeliners that made her eyes pop.
The comments section was filled with love and heart emojis. Some fans expressed that she looked stunning, while some could not help but drool over how fit she looked. A fan commented that Brandy was indeed a timeless beauty who never aged.
Recently in a chat with Page Six, Brandy opened up about how excited she was that the movie she worked on back in 1997 would be back to screens on the online streaming platform Disney+.
Brandy expressed that she was young and had all the giddiness of meeting her role model.
The movie "Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella" will be available for streaming on the platform beginning February 12, and speaking on how she felt, Brandy said:
"It's going to truly inspire the next generation and I'm just so thankful that they get to see such a wonderful piece of art. "
She continued by saying that the amazing music, the multicultural cast, and the message passed across will touch many families, especially those who have not seen the movie.
The movie starred her mentor, the late Whitney Houston, Paolo Montalban, Whoopi Goldberg, Jason Alexander, and Bernadette Peters.
Speaking on her acting alongside Houston in the movie, Brandy expressed that she was young and had all the giddiness of meeting her role model, but as time passed, she calmed down, and Houston made it easy for her to relate openly.
Last year, Brandy released her album "B7" after taking an eight-year hiatus. The album was rooted in classic RnB, and for her, it was one of her most personal albums ever.